I recently spent 1 year as the Public Programs Producer at The Australian Centre for the Moving Image, where I was responsible for programming and producing a diverse slate of public programs, including talks, workshops and special events, for children, specialist and general public audiences and communities.

Prior to that have worked with the Public Programs team periodically since 2006 coordinating/ delivering screen-based events (as well as workshops - see the 'workshops' section).Highlights include in 2012 getting the opportunity to work with William Kentridge coordinating two lectures, including Anti-Entropy, a pretty amazing multimedia performance lecture he was developing for Harvard University's Norton Lectures series.
Also Shadowlife, curated by Djon Mundine and Natalie King and  Remembered By, curated by Reko Rennie, for the the Melbourne Indigenous Arts Festival 2012,  and the National Indigenous Photo-media Forum in partnership with the Centre for Contemporary Photography.

In 2013 I was both project producer and guest artist (working in collaboration with Isobel Knowles)  on 'Over Here, Over There' - an experimental pilot project connecting schools in regional areas in Australia and New Zealand to work together on a colloborative project via video link.In 2012-2013 I coordinated the ACMI Hothouse program for talented Year 10-12 students. This 4 year state-funded program offers 10 talented students the chance to collaborate with their peers in a fast paced production studio at ACMI, with mentoring from industry professionals. Each year there is a different focus in screen culture. The ACMI Media Studio made this video covering the 2012 program: