A sample of some work from singing, acting, and other projects.



MOFO Festival recording 2014, performing “If Then While For” composed by UK artist Mira Calix, a piece commissioned by Conrad Shawcross British artist specialising in mechanical structures. The piece saw me sing a love duet to a giant robot.

Violin. Francis Poulenc. Pianist, Simon Bruckard.

Knoxville: Summer of 1915, Samuel Barber. Pianist, Dana Brown.

Teaching artist with The Song Room 

In November 2017 students I worked with choreographed, sung and played instruments for their performance of “jungle boogie” as part of the end-of-year performance at the Melbourne Town Hall.


Currently composing and developing a singing resource as part of Arts:Live an online Arts database for teachers to deliver arts programs in their classrooms around Australia.


Carmilla at La Mama Theatre 2018. Find out more here

The true strength of the show, however, stems from the dizzying relationship between Duddy and Brooks. Duddy’s slow, cat-like speech and languid movements embody the characterisation of the sinister Carmilla, and erase all possible thought that one person could be as seductive as she is
— Theatre People
Ms Duddy has a kind of exotic intensity that is erotic and frightening.
— Stage Whispers

Aussie Farmers Direct television commercial by Akkomplice


Elizabeth Chong: A Recipe for Living. A documentary project. Collecting, preserving, and presenting the story of my family and in particular that of my grandmother Elizabeth through film. Current project, see Elizabeth Chong: A Recipe for Living.