My formal training is in academic philosophy and makeup artistry. I've also completed courses in graphic design and cake decorating, and have worked as a writer, educator, digital marketer and academic for most of my career. I remain grateful for work in hospitality and similar industries for keeping me afloat in spite of academic precarity.

I enjoy honing new skills, and use creative practice and process philosophy to explore different concepts. Examples of my photography are strewn across this website. Below you'll find links to more of my labour-of-love projects.

Growing disillusioned with the narrowing barriers of academic philosophy, I founded the australasian posthumanities in 2020 as a digital thinking space against colonial capitalism. I run talks with thinkers and creatives, turning them into podcasts on Spotify. We also run a reading group in the posthumanities.

I enjoy creating short recordings of my process as an organ-player, listening to my environment and making noise in improvised unison with backyard birds, passing trains and other ambient sounds towards the refrain.

My most recent literary success is having the creative non-fiction piece, half-gallon quarter-acre pavlova pretext, shortlisted in Landfall magazine's 2020 essay competition. You can read some of my older writing here. I'm currently writing on George Grey, colonialism, gender, mythology, endometriosis and the posthumanities.