My story began in Ngunnawal Country, that’s where my umbilical cord enters the Earth. I learn from the First People of my home that a healthy world is possible.
The focus of my work is on the living land and the waters that cycle here. I reflect what I relate to, which includes living in a human-intense world.
We are all naturally gifted at something, it's in our bodies. A feeling-body can transmute the pain of human inflicted abuse, death and dislocation – I do it through story, in many forms.
I do not have faith in the mathematics of our evolution. I have faith in the Universe, in it’s miracles and wonder, it’s expansion and contraction as simple as breath.
These days I do not tend for excitement or volume (unless made by a waterfall). There is something deeper lurking and that is what draws my attention. Some call it deep ecology, some shadow or soul work, for me it’s holding peaceful space for myself and others to be alive to the Earth now.
Adventures are how I find my stories.
Some lands I've met, some places I've learned from.