I currently serve as Creative Director and CEO of Melbourne Fringe.
My first Melbourne Fringe Festival in 2015 was the largest in the Festival's 32 year history, with 6034 artists participating in 408 events in 196 venues and attended by 335 494 people.
The 2016 Melbourne Fringe Festival saw the commissioning of major new artistic works including Sky Light by Robin Fox and Kids vs Art by Field Theory, reaching an audience of 351 466 people.
The 2017 Melbourne Fringe Festival featured Madeleine Flynn and Tim Humphrey's extraordinary interactive Pivot sculptures, The Children's Party, All The Queens Men's Congress, an international residency by British provocateurs Forest Fringe, a new Indigenous commissioning program, Deadly Fringe and record ticket sales across the festival.
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