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EDUCATION

1991: Bachelor of Arts (Honours), University of New South Wales.

1994: Diploma in Museum Studies, University of Sydney.

1996: Master of Letters in Museum Studies, University of Sydney.

2019: Master of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales: Art & Design.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2015: Victoriana Sydney 1837 – 1901: A Journey in Photography, The Whitlam Institute: Western Sydney University, Sydney, Australia.

2017: Victoriana Sydney 1837 – 1901: A Journey in Photography, Rex Livingston Gallery, Katoomba, Australia.

2020: #homosapiens I, Zetland Store Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

2020: #homosapiens II, Rex-Livingston: Art & Objects, Katoomba, Australia.

2020: #homosapiens III, Scratch Art Space, Sydney, Australia.

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2005: The Museum of Other Things, in collaboration with Cassandra Hard Lawrie, Lapérouse Museum, Sydney, Australia.

2005: Any News of Laperouse? In collaboration with Nathalie Hartog- Gautier, State Library of NSW, Sydney, Australia.

2010: The Enemy at Home: German Internees in World War 1 Australia, Powerhouse Museum & Sydney Living Museums, Sydney, Australia.

2019: Fault Lines, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

2019:  Journey of Souls, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

2019:  A&D Annual 19, Kudos Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

2020: Re-Representation, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, Australia.

AWARDS

2009: National Trust Heritage Award for Interpretation and Presentation –websites: Objects Through Time: Powerhouse Museum.

2010: National Trust Heritage Award for Interpretation and Presentation -Community Groups: Sempre Con Te (Always With You) book: Powerhouse Museum.

2012: National Trust Heritage Award for Education, Interpretation and Community Engagement: The Enemy at Home: German Internees in World War 1 Australia, Sydney Living Museums and Powerhouse Museum.

PUBLICATIONS

The Enemy at Home: German Internees in World War 1 Australia, (collaboration with Fischer, G. Helmi, N. Hise, B. & Viner, M.) NewSouth Books, Sydney, 2011.

Objects through Time: 100 objects that define modern Australia, Migration Heritage Centre: Powerhouse Museum/ NewSouth Books, Sydney, 2012.

Victoriana Sydney 1837 – 1901: A Journey in Photography, Anchor Books, Sydney, 2017.