Epiphany did her first voice-over at the age of two, illustrated children’s books from the age of seven and at the age of thirteen co-hosted her first documentary, filmed in Zambia, on the subject of AIDS orphans for UNICEF. Since then she has directed a number of documentaries including the award winning film The Room which has been screened internationally and is currently being distributed by Australia's largest educational distribution company, VEA. She also won the award for Best Student Direction at the 2012 Australian Directors Guild Awards for her work in this film.
Epiphany has travelled to India where she shot, directed and edited promotional CSAs and educational short documentaries for the charitable organization Vets Beyond Borders. She also directed and shot the documentation of the charitable organization ALNF in Groot Eylandt. Epiphany sees herself as not just a filmmaker but as a human rights activist and is honoured to be the head of film production at the Women Say Something organization.
This passionate filmmaker is now making an impact with her commercial, corporate and TVC directing for clients such as Bing, Accor and Bupa. Epiphany has also produced high-end TVCs for clients such as The Children's Medical Research Centre and their campaign for Jeans for Genes Day, Forty Winks and Ancestry.com.
Epiphany has been asked to share her experiences and knowledge about the entertainment industry as a member of the panel on the ABC National Big Ideas program and has also been featured as a bright new upcoming filmmaker in publications such as ArtsHub.
Devoted to the arts as a form of expression, Epiphany sees creativity as a tool and as a source of knowledge. Praised for being both "tenacious" and possessing a "clarity of vision," she is keen to embrace every opportunity to create and is constantly searching for foreign ideas and concepts to explore in new and exciting pieces of work.