Film and Photography
I have been producing, directing and editing films professionally for 10 years. I have made films for several WA and national based organisations including QLife Australia, ReachOut, the WA AIDS Council, Lifeline WA, TransFolk of WA and Sexual Health Quarters (SHQ).
My films focus primarily on the lived experience of LGBTIQA+ people and other marginalised groups. I have a passion for social justice issues and use the power of visual story telling to increase awareness and reduce stigma. I also have a lot of experience with event videography and photography.
Some of my published work includes:
Every year Lifeline WA hosts the Black Diamond Gala Dinner to raise much needed funds for their suicide prevention services. I have been fortunate enough to film the last two galas.
November is Transgender Awareness Month! I talked to a number of trans people throughout the month to spread awareness of trans issues and experiences – this is Lex’s story.
Hear Nick talk about his experiences growing up, coming out as trans, and founding Trans Folk of WA!
For Trans Awareness Month, Robin talks about her experiences as a trans woman.
In 2016, before the Australian plebiscite on marriage equality in 2017, I spoke to LGBTIQA+ people about the lasting negative impact a plebiscite would have.
Sam talks about his experiences as a transgender Aboriginal man. This video is one of two films I made as part of QLife Australia’s ‘QLives’ Project, for, by and starring LGBTIQ+ people.
Sophia talks about her experiences as a bisexual person. This video is one of two films I made as part of QLife Australia’s ‘QLives’ Project, for, by and starring LGBTIQ+ people.