I am a Creative Producer living on the Sunshine Coast. I am passionate about collaboration and connecting artists and communities with radical arts experiences which offer potential for future thinking. I currently work as a Senior Producer for Horizon Festival and for PANNZ Arts Market as the International Delegate Liaison. I also work on various independent producing projects that align with my values.
My Role: International Delegate Liaison
I am Pākehā and a descendant from Little Forgie in North East Scotland and the Cotswolds England.
I grew up in Oākura in a bach that perched right on Taranaki's west coast. I spent many hours of my childhood watching the sea. When I was 13 my whānau relocated to Australia and I experienced deep yearning for the land in Aotearoa. I have spent time in both countries throughout my life.
How I got where I am today
People believing in me through job opportunities and industry mentorships. Saying yes to things that are out of my comfort zone and remaining curious.
Whānau is everything to me. I dearly love my husband and two boys who are 17 and 13, and I am incredibly close to my extended family... I love being an Aunty. I also feel blessed to have close friends and work whānau.
I have a thing for treehouses and these beauties are pretty fine https://www.projectone.co/arch...
I just started reading Honey Bee and its completely excellent.
The Performing Arts Network of New Zealand (PANNZ) Arts Market is New Zealand's premiere event for artists, producers, presenters and industry leaders from across the performing arts sector.
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Field Trip - Arts, Science, Tech and Environment Symposium
An online symposium exploring ideas of basic income and the need for an approach to economy that puts creativity and care at its centre. Led by a panel of artists, researchers, economists, scientists and philosophers, the symposium responds to current and ongoing planetary crises, and positions creativity and social ecology as integral to shaping policy and systems of value.