Katie is a graduate of Theatre Nepean (2006), holding a Bachelor of Performance- Theatre, Theory and Practice- Acting. Her acting credits include The Grief Parlour with Clockfire Theatre, 80’s Actress (201), ABC Television Series Pilot, The Stereo Complex, a web series for animal dashboard productions and The Combination ll currently on Netflix. Katie devises narrative comedy with big bold silly characters and has produced shows for Melbourne Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival and Sydney Fringe Festivals. She is a tragic choir nerd and sings regularly with Inner West Voices. As a soprano she has been a back-up vocalist for Christine Anu, Opera Singer Jess O’Donoghue and for electronic pop artist Paul Mac. As an artist she experiments with craft, video and song and can also make a mean toilet roll character. Katie works in community arts specialising in inclusive art-making, accessible arts and has worked in creative learning for the Museum of Contemporary Art and the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS). Katie’s passion is to help people unleash their creativity, finding meaningful ways to communicate and experiment with self expression.