Our Team

Our Team

Jane Fuller | Executive Director

Jane has worked extensively in the Northern Rivers region as an independent producer, Placemaking Producer for the Lismore Quad, Festival Producer for the Boomerang Festival (Bluesfest) and Programming Manager for NORPA (Northern Rivers Performing Arts). From 2014 to 2018, Jane was the General Manager for BlakDance – the national Peak Organisation for First Nations dance. Other roles have included Executive Producer for Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM), Associate Producer for the Australian Cultural Festival, Australian Embassy, Jakarta and Executive Producer for the Ubud Writers & Readers Festival, Bali.

Kylie Caldwell | Indigenous Arts Officer 

Kylie Caldwell is a Bundjalung women who is dedicated to sustaining and promoting Aboriginal Arts & Culture. Kylie has come full circle, having started a career in textile and art design and then working 14 years with the Department of Education where she implemented engagement programs focusing on student attendance, aspirations and arts. Kylie has decided to follow her passion returning to arts. She is a multidisciplinary artist that has been regenerating Bundjalung weaving, working with local groups of women in Bundjalung and researching museum collections in Australia and overseas.

Ingrid Wilson | Marketing & Communications Manager / Creative Producer 

Grace Dewar | Project Manager

Sean Campbell | Administration and Operations Coordinator

Sean worked as a PR Executive Director for a top London firm where he managed clients from the UK, Amsterdam, Milan, Paris and New York for London and Paris Fashion Week. He is the Projects & Communications Manager/Costume Designer for Dance Integrated Australia and has styled & costumed for Restless Dance Theatre, No Strings Attached, Vitalstatistix, Finucane & Smith and Accessible Arts. Sean was also Projects/Digital Marketing Coordinator with BlakDance, Australia’s national industry body for contemporary Indigenous dance – Dana Waranara (2015) and the NIDF (2017). He is currently Project Manager and dancer for MOVE IT – Dance Fitness Fun.

Paris Mordecai | First Nations Support Officer

Paris Mordecai is a proud Widjabul Wyabul woman from the Bundjalung nation, living on unceded Arakwal Jogun in Byron Bay. Paris has a background in First Nations education as a program coordinator in the tertiary education sector, specifically in the spaces of knowledge strengthening and communication, community co-design, and working with young people to build cultural confidence and aspiration. Moving into the arts space, Paris brings a strong passion for First Nations knowledge amplification, storytelling, and community outreach. Paris is also Creative Producer, First Nations at Northern Rivers Performing Arts (NORPA).