Sometimes I also work with Anthropology and social research teams, mainly working on Native Title and Land Rights cases.
I try to make sure the things I'm interested in my everyday life blend into the things I do in my work life. This means, with a bit of luck, my passion for photography, radio and technology all fall within my everyday work with Indigenous languages.
Everything I do at work is about Indigenous languages. Usually we work with the 44 languages that are spread out across South Australia and sometimes beyond.
Heaps of my job is taking photos and documenting the work we do with communities all around South Australia. This is probably the part I enjoy the most.
Most days when I get to work I use
#messycode to help create language learning programs for Indigenous languages.
I spend a bit of my work day deep in data dives. As you can probably guess, most of the data is lexical and language based.
Managing the tweets, the posts and the grams is a part of my job. I manage the strategies and their implementation as well.
90% of my life is about good coffee. Every day I drink too much coffee and frantically go about trying to sort my life out.
If I'm doing none of the above I'm usually riding my bike. Indulge my self importance on Strava.
Every now and then, you can find me talking all things gin. Chat to me one night about it, I'll probably bore you to death.
Here are a few of the projects I've worked on over the last few years. These photos are used with the permission of the Mobile Language Team and other various people and organisations I've worked with. If you have a problem with any of the images or content, get in contact and I'll take care of it as quickly as I can.
I straight up want to hear from you. If you wanna chat about the work I do, talk about Indigenous languages, or even see a legitimate CV on my part, sling me a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.