An Australian Canadian, I travel between the two countries when finances and pandemics allow. Raised by an incredible single mother and sent to an Anglican Grammar school, I excelled in History, English and Legal Studies.
After graduating high school I worked as the Communications Manager for the National Speakers Association of Australia (now Professional Speakers Australia), managing events in every major Australian city. When the company moved their head office location, I enrolled at Griffith University.
While earning my BA in Creative Writing and Literature, I also helped create the art television series ‘Put Some Colour In Your Life’ as Production Manager. It was during my time at Griffith, however, that I was coached by film producer and author, Tony Cavanaugh, who encouraged me to focus on writing.
I’ve had pieces published via sites such as HerStry, Feminine Collective, The Rye Whiskey Review, and a poem included in the published anthology Change is the Only Constant by Poet’s Choice. When not working, writing, or reading, I spend a disproportionate amount of time overthinking things while sipping on something caffeinated and eating sushi.
Some of the loves of my life...
The authors and books that left a mark.