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Freelance Film and Television Editor
Based in Melbourne
I have over 20 years experience as an Editor, and since graduating from AFTRS in 2002, my aim has been to continue to diversify my capacity as a storyteller, and challenge myself by working across as many different genres as possible.


With six nominations and four wins for Best Editing in both Comedy and Drama from the Australian Screen Editor's Guild,  I have edited several acclaimed Documentaries, Feature Films, and Television series.

These include 'Desperate Man Blues', 'The Turning', 'The Beautiful Lie', the AACTA and International Emmy nominated 'Nowhere Boys' and 'Please Like Me', AACTA nominated drama series 'Love Me', and AACTA winners for Best Comedy and Best Drama Series,  'The Letdown' Season 2, and 'The Newsreader' Season 1.

In 2020 I co-wrote and edited a feature documentary about the journey towards equal opportunity in women's professional surfing, titled 'Girls Can't Surf', which had its international premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2021 and was also nominated for an AACTA award for Best Documentary Feature. 

In this past year I have edited two episodes of 'Deadloch' for Amazon Studios, 'The Newsreader' Season 2, Feature film 'Head South', and Drama series 'Swift Street' for SBS.


I'm particularly interested in collaborating on projects with a broad audience appeal that are both affecting and entertaining in equal measure.


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