In the Media

December 13, 2018

Barr to push for Labor to support blood donations from gay men

AIDS Action Council board member, Wayne Herbert, who says he has tried to donate blood but hasn't been allowed. Chief Minister Andrew Barr will use the national Labor conference to try and change the party's platform on allowing gay men to donate blood.

February 14, 2018

Announed as a speaker at the 2018 CASE Confrence in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Canada's largest and leading-edge professional development and networking event
around employment inclusion for people with disabilities.

December 13, 2017

Announced the 2017 winner of ACT Chief Minister's Inclsion Award for Making Inclusion Happen

What an amazing honor among so many amazing finalists to be announced a winner in the 2017 Chief Minister's 2017 Inclusion Awards.

December 01, 2017

Finalist in the SpingOut Pride Awards

It was an amazing honor to be a finalist in the 2017 SpringOut Pride Awards. I was nominated for Outstanding service to our community by an individual. Huge congratulations to the winner Phillipa Moss a tireless champion and advocate for our community.

Hobart Book Launch Event

A review of my Hobart book launch event.

August 16, 2017

ABC Hobart Interview

I join Melanie Tait on ABC Hobart for a fun and lively discussion.

July 16, 2017

TEDx Canberra Times Interview

Bree Winchester of the Canberra Times interviews me ahead of my appearance at TEDx Canberra to get the inside scoop.

March 31, 2017

Leiden Magazine Interview

My very first interview with Leiden.

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Podcasts

Check It Out: LGBTIQ, Disability And The Right To Be Fabulous

Not My Cup Of Tea: Show #8 2017

QUEERBERRA is a new book depicting images of love and pride, of home, the ever-changing concept of family and self by local photographer Jane Duong. This book contains a kaleidoscope of Canberran allies, asexual, bisexual, cisgender, drag king + queens, fluid, gay, gender non-conforming, intersex, lesbian, monogamous, pansexual, polyamorous, transgender, Queer, questioning and rainbow people. It can be rare to find imagery representing the everyday lives of LGBTIQA+ people in Australia,