First, tell me a bit about you! (who you are, what you do, something fun!
I’ve been an Online Educator with Left Bank since 2016. The role involves teaching students Digital Marketing online and designing and writing online learning materials.
When I’m not working, I enjoy spending time with the family exploring Sydney and checking out local cafes and markets. I also love music, philosophy, reading, learning techy stuff such as game development and am learning to play the guitar (slowly).
Before becoming an educator at Left Bank, what were you doing for work? (What is your career history?)
I’ve spent the majority of my career working in ad agencies as a Digital Producer/Project Manager – managing the production of digital campaigns, mobile apps, interactive kiosks, online stores etc. Before that, I worked as a video editor.
What inspired you to want to get into teaching?
I’ve always considered myself a life-long learner and been fascinated about what makes certain learning experiences so exciting and engaging.
What subjects do you teach at Left Bank?
Content Marketing, E-commerce and Digital Marketing Management
Favourite holiday destination?
Swiss Alps in the Summertime
Anything by David Lynch (or the 90’s classic Wayne’s World).
Best concert you’ve ever been to?
Puscifer outdoor gig at the MONA summer festival in Hobart. What a spectacle!
Store you’d max out your credit card at?
All the lights at Beacon Lighting – I’m currently a bit obsessed with figuring out how to perfect the lighting in the house.
First thing you’d do if you won Tattslotto?
Go holidaying in Europe
Top 3 dinner guests, dead or alive and why?
- Bjork – love how she does things her own way and lives such a creative life
- Marcus Aurelius – the Stoic attitude to challenges in life is very inspiring
- Richard Ayoade – everything out of his mouth is comedy gold
Favourite brand and why?
Perfect Potions – they really know how to create a peaceful haven in the middle of a bustling urban environment. Everything from their retail experience to their packaging and email communications exudes calm.