How long have you lived in or around Canowindra and what is the best thing about living here? I have lived here nearly three years and I really enjoy the welcoming community spirit.
Where do you work or what do you do currently and what do you enjoy about it? You have probably seen me as the morning lollipop lady. I am an artist, teacher and gardener who plays bridge on the side.
How are you involved in the Canowindra community? I am on the board of Orana House, a member of the garden club, vice chair of the Canowindra Art Gallery and a board member of Arts OutWest. I teach a teen empowerment workshop.
What is your favourite thing to do when you have free time? I am always creating art and gardening programs to enrich lives through art.
What makes you proud? I am really pleased with my new artwork which is on display in the current autumn exhibition in the Canowindra Art Gallery. We will have an opening in mid-April to celebrate the new small gallery.
If you could be an animal which one would you choose and why? A panther, of course!
What is on your bucket list? I would like to see more of Australia.
What makes your day? The community pulling together, which Canowindra does with flair!
Tell us an interesting fact about yourself? I have lived half my life overseas in USA and Costa Rica where I learnt to speak Spanish.