I have had a rich career in the forefront of virtual reality over the last decade. From been involved in 100's of VR/AR projects, being head hunted to Silicon Valley when the industry was in its infancy to build AR technology valued at $300M. My experience has given me great insight into cutting edge technology and the industry.
Using my insight, I co-founded Equal Reality, where I am currently Chief Technology Officer. I have been internationally awarded and recognized as a leader in the Virtual Reality Industry, featured in over 70 publishing on TV, Radio and News Articles internationally.
Being inclusive and an ally is at the core of who I am. My company Equal Reality uses Virtual Reality creates empathy training in virtual reality. We to put people in the perspective of vulnerable groups to experience discrimination.
We partner with psychologist, behaviour experts and industry leaders to work with vulnerable groups covering topics include sexism, racism, ageism, ableism, bullying, sexual harassment, power and exclusion and difficult conversation. Used on every continent except Antarctica, and by the worlds largest organisations from Universities, Military, Government, Tech Companies, Banks, Law Firms, Accountants to High Schools.
I spend my free time:
Giving back to my community, by saving lives as a volunteer on Australian Beaches for Surf Life Saving Australia or organising community events.
Being expressive and creative, by making art in the form of games, paintings, videos, photography, music, film and more.
Building and being part of communities, by giving talks, connecting people and host events.
Practicing teamwork and leadership with Team sports like surf boat rowing, soccer, netball, tennis, partner dance, canyoning & mountaineering.
Calming the mind. Meditation through sports like climbing, free-diving, cliff jumping.
Working on my mind and body through flow sports like surf-life-saving sports, skating, dancing & beat saber.
Sharing knowledge, by detailing my adventures, learning and anything I find interesting on my personal wiki.