About (a super serious bio):
I learnt to read and write playing King’s Quest III. Stories, games, books, tech and programming have always felt linked to me. Through high school I started getting into making mods for games, and then when I hit year 11, my timetable didn’t fit in the IT subject I wanted to do, so instead I took drama class. I loved it, and then went on to study Theatre. It was a whole heap of fun, and a degree and a bunch of indie theatre later, I decided to settle down into customer service in the Arts and creative projects on the side. This led me on to ticketing and by extension, back to web development.
I’ve somehow managed to find myself doing web development in the Arts, which combines all of my interests into one. On the side, I work with urban fantasy author Anna McIlwraith on her online presence and digital strategy. When I’m not doing that, I’m studying toward a Masters in Software Development, and trying to find time to draw pictures of cats.
I love stories in all their shapes and forms, but if they involve time travel, romance, vampires, super heroes, or witches by the sea, then I’ll be hooked.