Youth Activist, Actor and Speaker
Audrey is an actor, slam poet, activist, workshop facilitator, and public speaker.
Since they were five, Audrey has broken down gender identity stereotypes one label at a time. Raised in a loving and supportive home environment, they have always been a confident child and was encouraged to develop their individualism. Audrey's parents are award-winning filmmakers, and Audrey grew up on film sets surrounded by a community of creative artists. They have appeared in several award-winning films and TV shows, including the film-festival hit 52 Tuesdays and F*cking Adelaide.
In 2017, a 12-year-old Audrey created and performed a TEDx talk, "Toilets, Bow-ties, Gender and Me", about their experience of gender. They performed live to 950 people, and since then, their TedX talk has gained over one million views. Audrey is proud of who they are and is passionate about helping other teens going through identity issues.
In 2018, Audrey won Spoken Word SA's Inaugural Youth Slam Rumble. Since then, they have worked as a School Strike 4 Climate Activist as well as a consultant and speaker on Channel Nine's Cultural Conversations series - The Evolution of Gender. Audrey is also a peer facilitator on Carclew Youth Arts' Project' Carclew Futures'. They opened the DreamBig Children's Festival and the MOD museum's ''It's Complicated' exhibition.
As a School Strike 4 Climate activist, Audrey has helped organised major strikes for climate action. They are a strong advocate for climate action in educational and health establishments.