I am an accomplished academic writer and am interested in further experimenting with alternative writing formats, including ficto-critical narrative.
One of my most useful skills is my ability to read broadly and synthesise complex information into compelling arguments.
I have an established practice in visual communication and video art, and use these mediums to further explore ideas and bridge disciplinary boundaries.
Currently a postdoctoral research fellow funded by CRC ORE and located in the QUT Business School.
My practice focuses on complex networks and more-than-human relationships that are shaped by and influence mine closure and landscape planning. I am excited by experimental feminist writing practices that build on vital materialist and multispecies worldings, and I hope to continue to focus on more-than-human relationships within the Anthropocene using a situated research approach.
My background lies in design and museum studies, and I have an ongoing professional practice in graphic design. Within my research outputs, therefore, I bring an unusual perspective that combines geographic research methods with contemporary visual communication and design practice.