I have been painting and illustrating since I was 17 and have been through a variety of jobs and locations trying to find my place in the world. From exhibiting artwork in NZ and the UK, to becoming a political researcher, archivist, web designer, and animator; I finally settled on game design. I taught myself how to program two years ago, and now I run my own small studio collaborating with other programmers and artists globally. I also work with two of my friends at another studio, currently producing a role-playing game called Druids of Gemini.
A frequent participant in worldwide game design competitions and local programming events, I have garnered a reputation for my quirky and weird art style and bizarre premises for games. I am also one of the board members for the NZGDA and speak on issues women face in technology, provide support to female students wanting to network and give guidance from the perspective of an artist.