Theatre

Homeslice

Homeslice was the brain-child of Yve Blake; an old friend of mine who invited me to collaborate with her. Together, we worked to develop a one-woman, lounge room show, that toured to the Fringe Festival and to people’s homes all over Perth. My official role on the work was co-director and dramaturge.

Invisibility

Milk Crate Theatre and Metro Screen partnered to create a short video for the international Day for Persons with disability. The premise of the video was to create and film a social experiment wherein, four ensemble artists worked with a costume designer to make 3D, outward representations of what it feels like to live with a mental illness. I was asked to volunteer as the model who wore their creations around Martin Place in peak hour traffic to see how the general public would respond.