Wanju! Thanks for stopping by.

As a local Western Australian, I have been fortunate to grow up in Walyalup (Fremantle) in a diverse community of varying cultures, backgrounds and perspectives – a community that will go to incredible efforts to support each other, actively seek to include any individual to become part of the “tribe”.

Along with my community, I am also eternally grateful to live, work and play on Whadjuk country, fortunate to call Walyalup (Fremantle) my home and my community.  I pay my respects to our First Nations people and their elders – past, present and emerging leaders – this land is theirs and sovereignty was never ceded.


Each of us have our own origin story, one that is woven within our own personal narrative and our perspectives. Here is mine.


The learning journey for any of us can last a lifetime. My experience, skills and qualifications are outlined here.


How do you define a multidisciplinary skill set? Polymath or digital octopus? View past work in my portfolio.