Illustration of me

Collaborative design and cyber security student.

Naarm (Melbourne), Australia

I am a proud queer and disabled woman designing next-generation digital crisis support services for LGBTQIA+ young Australians through my charity, Q Co-Lab. I’m also currently studying Cyber Security at Victoria University, and plan to further my studies in collaborative design theory.

I am a resourceful and self-motivated designer with excellent communication skills and a lifelong passion for information technology. I love bringing a human connection to technology and designing playful solutions to innovative problems with a user-centred, detail-oriented approach. I’m passionate about co-design, empathy and creating safe spaces for trauma-informed design practice.

I collect books from across the world on design and counter-culture. You can usually find me at with a laptop and cup of tea exploring the unique city 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.