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Sophie (23) is a queer artist, editor and radio presenter living in Boorloo (Perth). She boasts an incredibly diverse and exceptional arts practice including from photography, editing, videography and writing for stage. Sophie's artistic drive focuses on filling community needs and attempting to create opportunities for others that Sophie wishes they’d had when they were younger. She is an active force in the local artistic community, empowering and encouraging others to share the stage with them. Her writing work attempts to tell big stories in small ways and recently had her work Alex and Evie and the Forever Falling Rain debut at the State Theatre Centre of WA in early 2022 to critical success. In addition to their artistic practise, Sophie is a workshop facilitator in both writing and photography, and a tutor at The University of Western Australia. She also co-founded youth theatre company 'every other theatre company' (eo) in 2020, and currently works as a key member. Sophie obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Media & Communications and History from the University of Western Australia mid-way through 2020.
Sophie's primary profession is as a photographer, where she has been lucky enough to work with clients including Perth Festival, Origin Festival, Groovin’ The Moo, Listen Out Festival, Highs and Lows, Propel Youth Arts, Melbourne Arts Centre, PICA, RTR FM 92.1, West Australian Music (WAM), Centre for Stories, The Corner Gallery, WAYTCo, Curtin University, Daisy Sanders, STRUT Dance, The Blue Room Theatre, and The Laugh Department.
In the near future, Sophie hopes to develop the key projects she is working on so that others can take the wheel and make them better.