Aussie Motion Designer currently living in Berlin.

During my 4 years studying Visual Communication at the University of Technology Sydney, I discovered motion design, and fell in love with it’s movement, and it’s ability to tell more with less.

I was hired at Sydney based Never Sit Still as the first employee and had an incredibly enriching experience there, where I honed my craft and love for the scene.

In that time I’ve taught workshops to agencies, given talks and picked up design awards. I worked with a huge array of clients from Adobe to the Sydney Opera House. I have experience in a variety of areas, especially branding, of which I have done motion toolkits, animated logos, brand launch videos, internal videos and more.

I'm available for freelance work and would love to work with you on any upcoming projects.

+49 152 261 977 22


Motion Designer @ Never Sit Still 2016-2018 2D (and some 3D) Animation, storyboarding, styleframing, script writing, film/animationediting, client management. Led projects start to finish, directed voice over sessions, created presentations and

B of Design w/ First Class Honours In Visual Communication @ UTS

Strong focus on conceptual development, design history, digital and print design. Honours project focused on Artificial Intelligence.

Head Designer Of Suppertime/Foodora Sydney/Melbourne 2015

In charge of designing marketing collateral. Worked closely with marketing team to create variety of high-traffic campaigns, eg 36 m wide billboard on main  street in Sydney.

Creative Director Vertigo Magazine 2014
In charge of designing 56 pages of content every month for a year.

Intern @ Landor Associates 2014
Motion graphics intern.

GFX Intern @ SBS on The Feed 2014

Motion graphics for 1-day turnarounds to be broadcast on TV.
Incubatee @ For The People Summer 2014/15

UX/UI experience designing/concepting an app.

Student Demonstrator for 1st and 2nd years @ UTS teaching skills for
Visual Communications 2015

Junior Designer @ Diamond Creative 2013
Extensive retouching skills in Photoshop.