What I’ll be up to in 2019

It's mid-February and I've got a full year of exciting projects which I'm really pleased to share with you. I've co-written a play with Jacob Honeychurch called The Belly Dancer. Tripwire Theatre Inc. are presenting the world premiere season in Bendigo from 15-18 March. I'm producing the season so I'm really busy getting everything organised … Continue reading What I’ll be up to in 2019

All The Things I Did In 2018

2018 was a year of investment, transition and learning. I worked at Sovereign Hill and Ballarat Community Health. I directed The Sum of Us for Creswick Theatre Company. I helped Madame Yum and Christine Tammer Music develop Random Number Generator for White Night Ballarat. I performed poetry at Words Out Loud. I attended Showcase Victoria, … Continue reading All The Things I Did In 2018

The Rejection That Fueled Me.

Around two years ago, I pitched an ambitious project to a local community theatre company. It bombed. But Tripwire Theatre Inc was born from that rejection. Isn't it funny how things that seem to have failed miserably, end up leading you to a far better place? Two years ago, I sought out a local community … Continue reading The Rejection That Fueled Me.

NaPoWriMo – A Poem A Day for April

I'm taking the National Poetry Writing Month challenge and attempting to write a poem every day for the month of April. No guarantee on quality, but I'm committed to share them with you. Here's the first three attempts. Acidity Loneliness, an acid Corroding an ever widening hole A cavity where trauma sleeps and festers Gathering … Continue reading NaPoWriMo – A Poem A Day for April

Breathing In The Possibilities

Don't ask me what my next step on my leadership journey is. In the last month, as our final program days for the Leadership Ballarat Western Region Leaders Forum slid by, I was asked what my leadership plans were for next year, and I didn't know how to answer. I still find pinpointing that goal … Continue reading Breathing In The Possibilities

In The Uncomfortable Spotlight – Reflections on Leaders Forum 2017

With only a few weeks until graduation, I have been reflecting on my year in the 2017 Leaders Forum. It’s been intense, inspiring, depressing, and confronting. My place in the program has been thanks to the Hugh Williamson Foundation, with costs covered for a participant from the Arts & Culture sector.  After 8 months of … Continue reading In The Uncomfortable Spotlight – Reflections on Leaders Forum 2017