Hi! I’m an audio producer, artist and mix engineer. I live and work in Narrm (Melbourne, Australia) as an uninvited settler on the unceded land of the Wurundjeri and Boonwurrung people, to whom I pay my respects and my rent. Sovereignty was never ceded.
Using audio as an interlocutor, my work is concerned with the politics of land, voice and atmosphere. My work uses sound – stars and stone, hands and wings, tables and trees – as a connective tissue between our bodies and the environment.
I’ve produced audio work for the BBC, CBC, ABC RN and NPR. I currently works as a producer on Australia’s top daily podcast 7AM and as a sound designer for a forthcoming Transmitter Media project with Mona Chalabi. Prior to that before moving to Australia in 2018, I worked as a producer at the Canadian Broadcasting Corp at CBC podcasts where I produced the Webby award-winning podcast The Fridge Light, and Sleepover with Sook-Yin Lee. I’m the co-founder and creative director of the sound art project and community Constellations.