Emma possesses a perpetual love and admiration for film, she stumbled upon her fervour for acting while studying film making at CIT Perth, featuring in a number of student projects and a short film, notably where she portrayed in a non-speaking role through movement and emotion, a character impacted by the heinous act of domestic violence. This is where Emma discovered her proclivity towards portraying characters with depth.
In 2017 she further honed her skills, training with Perth Film School, acting in various projects and attending workshops run by industry professionals, through this gaining experience in script analysis, character development and on-screen performance. Emma peruses acting with passion and diligence, always looking for opportunities to expand and challenge her acting capabilities, when given a role she embraces it wholly, throwing her all into embodying the character and imparting their story.
Emma’s creativity, receptive nature and willingness to learn means that she is always easy to work with, often praised for her ability to take direction and offer productive input where required.