2018 - Became chair of Aotearoa Youth Leadership Institute (AYLI), got back into directing educational television with Fanimals, and travelled to Sumatra to make the 'Wild Work' web series for Auckland Zoo.

2017 - Founded commercial production studio Popular, and joined the board of trustees for AYLI.

2016 - Founded content production and strategy company The Jungle in partnership with Gather & Hunt, and filmed a documentary series at every zoo in New Zealand.

2015 - Led a delegation of young New Zealanders to the UN Paris climate conference (COP21) with AYLI, joined the Global Shapers community, and won best director at the 48HOURS filmmaking competition.

2014 - Joined a delegation of young New Zealanders to the UN Lima climate conference (COP20) with AYLI, and won best editor and third place at the 48HOURS filmmaking competition. My short film was then nominated at the NZ Film Awards for best no-budget short film.

2013 - Kickstarted my producing career making web videos with start-up Gather & Hunt, and joined the Candlelit Pictures emerging directors programme.

2012 - Became a 48HOURS filmmaking competition finalist, and started researching and directing for educational kids' television show Just the Job.

2011 - Interned at BigVOICE documentary house, became a 48HOURS finalist and NZ Mountain Film Festival finalist, and then went travelling for six months.

2010 - Graduated from Auckland University of Technology, and received the Norman Kirk memorial scholarship.