Before commencing doctoral study with the University of Tasmania I worked in international arts festivals, and as an agent and publicist for actors and creative personnel. My current research combines art/media theory and hermeneutic philosophy to investigate the implications of the ways reality television displaces creativity. I hold a Bachelor of Arts (Communication - Theatre / Media) and a Master of Arts (Cultural Event Management from Charles Sturt University.
ArticlesIntroduction Mentors play a role in real life, just as they do in fiction. They also feature in reality television, which sits somewhere between the two. In fiction, mentors contribute to the narrative arc by providing guidance and assistance (Vogler 12) to a mentee in his or her life or professional pursuits. These exchanges are usually characterized by...Read more