My background as a lighting technician directed me into a position where I was constantly programming drag shows, putting me into the thick of drag culture. Soon after, I gained my residency at Connections Nightclub where I mix House and Disco (and sometimes Techno when I’m feeling cheeky!). Working in the club exposed me to many LGBTIQ groups, and I soon found myself playing tennis at Loton Park, and attending Bears Perth events.
This year has seen me start to DJ in Sydney’s gay scene with gig’s at Bear Bar as well as Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras 2015.
There was a Facebook shout out calling for presenters. How could I resist applying?
Meeting people that are from a completely different world than mine.
During a crazy storm, lightning hit the station. It scared the crap out of us, and there was this weird hum coming through the desk.
Disco Science. Disco is such a diverse genre these days, which is a perfect platform for me to be able to share my music (because I could never just mix the same stuff). Also, it’s strong historical link with queer culture means that it is something of great interest to me.
Listen to lots of music and look at Facebook…. Oh.. and I’m an Audio/Visual/Lighting Technician, DJ, and Trainer/Assessor.
Wednesday 4th April
Recent Winner of the McKinnon Prize for Political Leadership, WA Senator Dean Smith is being recognised […]
Wednesday 17th January
The Gay and Lesbian Singers of WA or GALSWA, WA’s premier queer choir is refreshed and […]
21st September 2017
The fight for marriage equality is well under way, and while the ‘YES’ campaign has received […]
19th July 2017
Since 1978 the Australian Lesbian and Gay Archive has been safeguarding the history of Australia’s queer […]
19th July 2017
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1st June 2017
As you may have heard earlier RTR is celebrating National Reconciliation Week. From May 27th to […]
31st May 2017
Last month saw motions in support of same sex marriage pass in Bayswater and Fremantle councils. […]
19th April 2017
Our next guest is the manager of Law Access; a pro bono legal referral service based […]