Chelsea is a creative artist who has always wanted to bring the joy she finds in everyday life into everything she creates. 

Her main focal points when it comes to creating works originates from her wide range of interests that go from science fiction through to lifestyle and leisure.  This has inspired her to create works that are engrained in fantasy and sci-fi but also into works that explore the simplistic beauty of our everyday life.  Her works investigate the evolution of societies, human relations, and our relationship with the world around us through speculative fiction.  Never wanting to pick a specific niche, she explores avenues of expression using several different mediums that she loves to work in. 

Her specialties include creation and design using videography that ranges from pre-production through to post-production, 2D and 3D animation, 3D modelling, and photography. Her attention to detail is essential in the creation of animation and digital editing, both in cinema and still images.  Her previous experience have honed her skills in good communication and organisational skills.  She is passionate in pursuing a career in media production orientated towards innovative use of digital platforms for content delivery.

Chelsea is a graduate student from the Bachelor of Digital Media at The University of Wollongong.  She also holds a Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Screen and Media and a Statement of Attainment in Direction and Production Management.  This degree has given her skills in all areas of content creation including videography, directing and producing, pre and post video production, sound design, 2D and 3D animation, 3D modelling, installation art and photography.

Her works, interests and skills have grown throughout her time studying and they have also extended into the community where she has created works for the student accommodation services at the University of Wollongong and charity based works for Cystic Fibrosis Australia on behalf of the LJ Hooker corporation and LJ Hooker Batemans Bay.