Kate Neylon graduated from Murdoch University in 2000 with a Double Major Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Theatre and Drama and Politics, Philosophy & Sociology. She has a background in arts and event management that has run alongside a career as an award winning performer, screen actor and filmmaker. Ms Neylon is one of the original partners of renown tactical media art company, pvi collective, formed in 1998. She was an artist and performer with the company for 6 years. Ms Neylon lectured in performance at Murdoch University, arts administration at Central TAFE, and co-developed a series of feature film script readings. She produces the films of filmmaker, Pete Gleeson and in 2012, the team were awarded a human rights award for the documentary “Something To Tell You”. Since 2009, Ms Neylon has produced the work of pvi collective and also manages the Centre for Interdisciplinary Arts, studios supporting artists whose work challenges the boundaries of traditional art forms. She is part of the IETM, a European network of contemporary producers, and attends a plenary session in Europe once a year. Ms Neylon played the lead role in local director Maziar Lahooti’s debut feature film “Short Film Maker”.