Mic on Nature was the first session of the Audiocraft 2020 Festival. Presented by me and Sarah Allely (the Brain on Nature team), this session facilitated festival participants to go outside and make field recordings. The session’s objective was twofold: to get people into the natural world before spending a day inside on their screens (this year’s festival was online, due to the pandemic), and to collect sounds from the many places in the world people were tuning into the festival from.
At the end of 2019 I had a baby daughter. I’ve long been aware of the fact that there are fewer female characters in kids’ books. But the unjust reality of that really hit home when I started to read to her. Here’s a list of books I’ve found with strong and/or realistic female characters.
Audiocraft Podcast Festival is the most important event of the year for audio makers and podcast fans seeking to connect and collaborate with Australia’s passionate audio community.
At the 2019 I festival, I chaired a panel titled Stories and squiggly lines with multi-disciplinary artist and musician, Becky Sui Zhen, and Sam Haren, artistic director of Sandpit.
Each year, some of the world’s most dramatic storms form over the Pacific Ocean before churning across the sea and slamming into the coast of southern China. This interactive multimedia piece looks at some of the most dramatic and deadly storms in Hong Kong’s history, and consider what can be learned from the destruction and recovery.
In my role as Communications Manager at Angel House, I created and led the production of a quarterly newsletter which was published online and in print.
I created this infographic based on poverty data released by the Hong Kong Council of Social Services.