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A little blurb.. about me!

My journey to becoming a UX/UI designer has been far from conventional— I did a year of acting at film school, became a self-taught makeup artist, fell into Finance + Risk consultancy, all before my world turned upside down and I became a full time carer. 

My design journey began here, when I witnessed the power of design research. The co-design, testing, and refinement process fascinated me, prompting the question, "wait how do I do that?" 

This led me to an industrial design course at RMIT, which allowed me to channel my creativity and endless questions through my Virgo love of structure and planning, to the world of design tools, web development and user experiences that I’m currently navigating in my early career. In my 27 years on this planet, I've embraced every new adventure with empathy, understanding, an eagerness for learning and only a moderate amount of anxiety.

I find fulfilment working with others, especially thriving in opportunities where perspectives from a diverse community are heard while working towards a common goal. My strengths lie in collaboration, problem-solving, listening, and building rapport with users. 

Since graduating, I’ve built out my portfolio freelancing for a range of corporate and creative clients. But in 2024, I hope to gain experience working within a team, preferably in-house. If you’re looking for someone with a good sense of humour and resilience, who’s keen to grow and take ownership within a project - I’d love to hear from you.


Resilience in Learning

Whether a project goes smoothly, or involves problem-solving at every unexpected turn, I take every opportunity to learn from experience and adapt as necessary. I’m a country boy at heart, so staying open to new ideas and evolving with resilience through adversity is in my roots.


My experience as a carer has led me to prioritise compassion and accessibility in design. It’s about remembering the humans on the other end of the processes and understanding not only their perceived needs, but accounting for their differing lived experiences and abilities.

Diversity and Inclusion

I am a firm believer that there is no point existing in environments that are not welcoming, respectful, and inclusive of people from all backgrounds and walks of life.