Samuel Chen - MSciComm, BEnv, BA, GDLT
Whether working as a park ranger in the remote deserts of Central Australia; a koala catcher on Kangaroo Island; or undertaking various wildlife projects across Australia – Samuel loves and knows Australia’s wildlife. After a career spanning over ten years in the environmental management field, one illuminating thought changed the course of his professional life: that stories about the natural world shared through popular media have a significant power to influence, and bring about environmental change.
Dominique Chen - MAVA, BA
Dominique is a proud Kamilaroi woman, passionate about communicating ideas of culture and environment through her work. She is a skilled musician / photographic & video installation artist, and has exhibited her work across Australia and in various art publications.
She has spent the last ten years undertaking project and organisational management work within the corporate arts sector, as well as the not-for-profit sector facilitating photography, multimedia and social enterprise initiatives in remote Aboriginal communities. Dominique also tutors in visual art at the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University.