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Optus approached me to be involved in the creation of two stories for their growing entertainment online publication. The assignment was to visually capture the story of Burlesque performer, Rosie Rivette and writer and actor, Michelle Law to compliment the article written by Harrison Vessey.

Michelle Law

“For the release of her SBS miniseries Homecoming Queens, the young creator sat down with Hype to discuss race, sexuality, identity and Harry Potter.” Harrison Vessey

Read Michelle Law Breaks All The Rules here.

She’s determined to see Australia’s entertainment industry embrace all kinds of diversity behind the lens and in front of it.

Rosie Rivette

“From Victorian-era theatres to the quintessential American showgirl scene, the allure of burlesque is hard to pin down and impossible to deny. Sydney-based performer Rosie Cremer bares it all to Hype as she shares what life’s really like in the spotlight, and the less glamorous side of the glitzy industry.” Harrison Vessey

Read Rosie Rivette & The Fierce World Of Neo-Burlesque here.


Getting ready for the performance

Make up & hair done by Emma-Lee Court Newtown’s Makeup Wardrobe


Burlesque NSW

It was an honour to witness the performances and the immense creativity and hard work that was put into the performances.