Olivia is a very inquisitive and intuitive artist, who pays attention to details.
A state level dressage rider as a young girl, her passion for the theatre and acting developed through her work with the Adamson Theatre Company, culminating with the roles of Richard III and Roxie Hart. During her formal training at Federation University’s Arts Academy she performed in a variety of productions, including 'Brontë' (Emily Brontë), directed by Ross Hall, 'Embers' (James Lee), directed by Kim Durban and 'Out of Joint' (Gertrude), directed by Melanie Beddie.
She is also passionate about the subtleties that on-screen acting allows and working on stories that delve deep into the human psyche.
She is currently working on 'Fruitcup', a play with music, which was intended for the Melbourne Fringe Festival but has unfortunately been postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions.