Challenging institutionalised norms.
Making art with thoughtless-thought provoking words.
A journey through Spirit led creative works.
One person believing in a world changing generation.
Partner in the journey.
It only makes sense on the inside.
. actor . artist . vocalist . activist . teacher. believer .
Teresa is a singer actor, originally from Alice Springs.
She studied Music, Education and ARTS (Theatre), completing her studies at the University of New South Wales. It was here where she worked under the direction of Rochelle Whyte and Mark Mitchel in the production of The Memorandum. She then combined her skills in voice and acting with dance at NIDA, training in Musical Theatre under the tutelage of Simon Masterton, Mitchel Butel, Emma Hawthorne and Nicholas Brown. Teresa continues her music training with vocal coach Simon Masterton. She furthered her ON-CAMERA acting skills at NIDA in late 2016, studying Screen Acting with Emma Jackson.
Teresa also uses her skills in creative arts and Education, teaching in both primary and high schools in music and drama in Sydney's eastern suburbs.
Teresa worked on the development of Jatinga, as part of the Invisible Circus Women’s Festival at Kings Cross Theatre in 2016 where she was invited to play a lead role in the 2017 - sold out – world premier, under the direction of Suzanne Miller for Bakehouse Theatre Company. Thereafter, Teresa has been involved in various short films and content for online and on screen, including guest appearing in short film 'Girl and Body', directed by Charlotte Mars (Gayby Baby) and starring alongside Hugh Jackman in QANTAS' Celebrating Australian Diversity campaign amongst her 2018 endeavours..
Teresa trained with TV ProGlobal, where she extended her ability to effectively host and present engaging content for online markets, particularly in the genres of Children's Entertainment and Charity - Documentary presenting, which is complimented by an in depth knowledge gained from her qualifications in Music, ARTS Theatre and Education. She also delivers delivers consistent clarity, intelligence and diversity as a multilingual Voiceover Artist working consistently and nationally in Australia. She loves working with a variety of Australian accents, though in particular, she loves voicing in the Filipino accent.
Teresa worked on the Musical Theatre based show,
'Soul Cabaret' alongside fellow seasoned performers Madison Mckoy (Miss Saigon, South Pacific), Katrina Retallic (Big Fish, South Pacific, The Adams Family Musical) and Damon Grebert-Wade (Brent Street, Grease the Arena Experience) at The Camelot Lounge in Sydney.
Teresa was cast in the Musical Theatre production, 'The Things I Could Never Tell Steven' (Broadway, Sydney Fringe, West End) a new original Australian comedy back for another season, written by Australian composer and lyricist Jye Bryant and starred as Mrs Aquino in the ABC children's television show, The Unlisted.
Vocal Range: D3 - C6, belt to C5