Previous unpaid speaking roles
- USA Southern
Murdoch University short film – zombie extra. 2017.
Best of British: The Black Adder – Directed by Nicole Bartlet. Role of Cafe customer, French Revoltionary and The Ambassador (in order of appearance). 2017.
Zen Zen Zo: STOMP – Week-long intensive physical theatre workshop with the company. 2017.
RAW – Directed by Zoe Parker, role of Officer Reggie Fluty. March 2017.
NIDA Workshop – October, 2016.
Arsenic – directed by Fiona Tholet. Role of Ringmaster. October, 2016.
Talk Like The Rain – directed by Lisa Scott Murphy. Role of Woman and movement ensemble member. August-September, 2016.
Arsenic – Science Play directed by Fiona Tholet. Roles of Ringmaster, Napoleon and Arsenic fact provider. August, 2016.
Young Blood — Short student film, horror genre. Supporting role of Maddy. 2016.
Fugee — Director and supporting actors (Cheung, Roza, Translator and Boy 1). 2016.
Immersion, short film. — Extra in audience standing ovation. April, 2016.
Myles Pollard Workshop — 2016.
Omitted. Short student film, mystery genre. — Lead role of Olivia. 2015.
New Faces Talent Agency. — February 2015.
IPop workshops November. Acting and modelling. Received awards in every category (Overral performance, Best actor and Best monologue).
Happy Bunbury video project for the City of Bunbury.
Acting for Film with Filmbites Perth.
IPOP workshops, later becoming NFTA — 2014 and 2015.
Studying at John Curtin College of the Arts. Drama with the Gifted and Talented Program (GAT) — 2013- Present day.
Accent training — USA, at Filmbites 2014.
Music videos — No Second Chance, Shadow of the moon. Lead.
Filmbites — roles in 2 short films.
Before Down film production — Extra 2012
Filmbites — Acting for Film 2012
Stirling Theatre production of Much Ado in the Classroom — Supporting actor. 2012.
Stirling Theatre production of Because — 2012
4h Acting for Film workshop —meant older teenagers and adults. 2012.
Helen O'Gradys Drama Academy — 2011
4h Acting for Film workshop, which was meant older teenagers and adults. — 2011.
Peter Pan — A.C.M.T (Auckland's Children's Musical Theatre)