Illustration of me

Collaborative design and cyber security student.

Naarm (Melbourne), Australia

I love bringing a human connection to technology and designing playful solutions to innovative problems with a user-centred, detail-oriented approach.

I’m a teenage (born at 382.65 PPM CO2) school dropout studying Cyber Security at Victoria University, and plan to further my studies in collaborative design theory.

I am a proud queer and disabled woman, and the founder of Q Co-Lab, a charity building AI-powered support services for LGBTQIA+ young Australians. I also make zines.

You can usually find me at home in the countryside snuggling up with my dogs and a cup of tea; or exploring the galleries, food and laneways of Melbourne. You can keep up to date by following me on Instagram, or reading my blog.

Feel free to get in touch on [email protected] – I’m always up for a chat.

A pride march

My charity →

I founded Q Co-Lab, a charity building new digital support services for LGBTQIA+ young Australians.

Covers of books I have read

My reading →

I collect books from across the world on art, design, technology, counter-culture and critical theory.

A gallery from the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art

My blog →

Essays, artworks and random thoughts.

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    What does mutism mean to me?