Curator, Invisible Farmer Project
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I am a curator and photographer in the Humanities Department working on the Invisible Farmer Project.
The Invisible Farmer Project is the largest ever study of Australian women on the land and involves a nation-wide partnership between rural communities, academics, government and cultural organisations.
My role on the project is to interview and photograph farm women, document rural and farming stories, maintain our website and social media presence and work on public and community engagement.
I first started at Museums Victoria in 2007 and have worked in various roles on projects such as the Victorian Women on Farms Gathering Collection and the Victorian Bushfires Collection.
My passions include photography, bushwalking, food and travel.
Bachelor of Arts (honours in history), University of Melbourne
Master of Public History, Monash University