Education and Training
2018 – 2019: JamFactory Associateship Training Program, Adelaide, South Australia
2015 – 2017: University of South Australia, Bachelor of Visual Arts (Ceramics), Adelaide, South Australia
Exhibitions, Awards and Grants
2021: Common Elements, group show during the South Australian Living Artists Festival, held at Denton Fisher Jeffries, Adelaide, South Australia.
2021: Helpmann Academy Elevate Mentorship Grant – A mentorship with Adelaide based ceramicist Susan Frost, to learn about the methods of using porcelain clay.
2019: Generate, group show at JamFactory, Adelaide, South Australia, presenting works made during/inspired by the two-year Associateship Training Program, curated by Caitlin Eyre.
2019: At Rest, solo show during the South Australian Living Artists Festival, held at Aesop Rundle Street, Adelaide, South Australia.
2018: City Rural Emerging Artist Award winner – award given as a part of South Australian Living Artists Festival. This award was for artists in the early stages of their career with under five years professional experience.
2018: Finalist for The Advertiser Contemporary Art Award – two pieces selected to be a part of the finalist exhibition held at the Keith Murdoch House during the South Australian Living Artists Festival, Adelaide, South Australia.
2018: Foraged, solo show during the South Australia Living Artists Festival, North Lodge, Adelaide Botanic Garden, South Australia.
2018: CONVERGE, group show at Fisher Jeffries, Adelaide, South Australia, curated by Amy Sierp-Worth.
2018: SALA Award, presented by Helpmann Academy – the award provided premium registration to the 2018 South Australian Living Artists Festival (SALA), and was awarded to an artist would benefit from exhibiting their work at SALA.
2018: Helpmann Academy Graduate Exhibition, Drill Hall, presented by Helpmann Academy, Adelaide, South Australia.
2019: Artist Residency at Shiro Oni Studio in Onishi, Japan – Run by Kjell Hahn. A five-week residency focusing on making pieces for an anagama wood firing. The studio is located in the Japanese countryside and offers opportunities to work with the surrounding community and participate in a range of workshops.
2019: Ridgeline Wood Firing Artist Residency – Run by Ben and Peta Richardson of Ridgeline Pottery in Southern Tasmania. Three-week residency that involved assisting established artists from around the world (Elisa Helland-Hansen, Catherine White, Anne Mette Hjortshøj, Nancy Fuller) in firing two anagama wood kilns. This was followed by participating in the Australian Ceramics Triennale as a volunteer, gaining valuable insight into the conference and an immersion in the event.
2018 – present: Ceramics teacher at JamFactory, Adelaide, South Australia – Introduction to Wheel Throwing and Intermediate Wheel Throwing. 8-week courses covering various stages of ceramic making from shaping the object with the wheel, to firing and glazing.
2021: Public Programs Assistant at JamFactory, Adelaide, South Australia – worked for a duration of four months, facilitating JamFactory Ceramics short course programs.
2021: Acting ceramics studio manager at Ernabella Art Centre, Pukatja, APY Lands – A two-week position facilitating artists and assisting in studio operations.
2019: 3-day workshop with Kevin Boyd at JamFactory, Adelaide, South Australia – A workshop focusing on glaze making.
2019: 5-day workshop with Malcolm Greenwood at JamFactory, Adelaide, South Australia – A workshop focused mainly on production ware. It involved throwing porcelain ‘off the hump’ with minimal water, tool making and raw glazing.
2018: Wood firing workshop with Merrilyn Stock, Adelaide Hills, South Australia – Introduction to wood firing, involved aspects of preparing for the firing, glazing and firing the kiln.
2018: Ceramics tutor at Henley and Grange Art Society, Adelaide, South Australia – 8-week course covering the basics of wheel throwing and hand building, helping students design and make whatever they choose.