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Sanctuary Sessions – Palmerston

This year I was super proud to work with young people and the City of Palmerston to put on the Sanctuary Sessions program. Sanctuary Sessions was a free family-friendly music event featuring kids entertainment, food vans and local artists from around the Palmerston/Darwin region. The events were coordinated and programmed Read more…

CDU Aspire Year 11

For the past 5 years I’ve worked with the Charles Darwin University ASPIRE Program,which supports high school students from across the Territory to raise their aspirations towards university study through confidence building activities, skills development, volunteering and encouragement. It’s a brilliant program that I’m truly honoured to be part of. Read more…

International Student Workshops

I am incredibly proud of the International Student Workshop series I’ve been running with support from StudyNT and The NT Government. The workshops assist students from all corners of the globe, who are studying in Darwin, to improve their networking, public speaking and confidence skills and develop their resumes and job Read more…

Sounds@Sunset

I’m very proud to be part of Sounds@Sunset Five young producers are being mentored in event management by myself and LAUNCH Darwin (City of Darwin) to organise five nights of music and food on the Nightcliff Foreshore during the dry season. I’m working as their mentor, ensuring they complete necessary Read more…

Hello 2018

Happy New Year everyone. Amiable Communications is back from holidays and excited to be delivering projects across the Territory. The first few weeks of the year are filled with school holiday workshops with the City of Palmerston, City of Darwin and with East Arnhem Regional Council. We’re also producing the Read more…

Maningrida Photo Workshop

My final project for 2017 may have stolen the prize for the best of the year! I was absolutely thrilled to be invited to Maningrida by West Arnhem Regional Council to run photography workshops for young people in the community. The idea was to provide an opportunity for young people Read more…