The Locker Room for Knox City Council was a Prevention of Violence against Woman project. A 40-foot shipping container became the staging ground onto which the imprint of violence against women, loss, resilience and courage was overlaid. The project team comprising a sound designer, video designer, writer, lighting designer, animator, graphic designer, theatre director and numerous technicians all worked closely with seven local survivors who courageously shared their stories. The Locker Room continues to tour throughout Victoria and is widely recognised for its innovation, creative scope, its ambition and depth of content.
small revolutions, was a Fringe Festival collaboration that identified the need to provide inner city cultural groups with an arts project or platform that linked its youngest and its oldest members in ways that demonstrated interconnection, commonality and bonds shared. We led the consultative, artistic and community cultural development process where communities of young and old, a kinetic sculptor, artists, film-makers and mechanical engineers conjured a surprising take on what connects us all using a symphony of composition, sound design, video documentary and sculpture.