I feel honoured to have been elected on Mordialloc’s behalf in the 2014 Victorian state election. Mordialloc is a great area of Victoria, and I am grateful to have been elected to represent its people.
Since the election of the Andrew’s Government, I have been appointed to the Committee for the Environment, Natural Resources and Regional Development, as well as the Independent Broad-Based Anti-corruption Commission Committee.
Before I was elected, I worked as a Federal Electorate Officer and Adviser under Mark Dreyfus QC MP, the current member for Isaacs, and prior to
that I worked State Electorate Officer and Adviser under Tammy Lobato, who was previously the Member for Gembrook. I have a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Commerce from Deakin.
When I’m not busy representing the interests of the people of Mordialloc, I spend my time with my new baby girl Paisley and my wife Lauren, watching football, cricket or golf, or walking my dogs along the our beautiful beachfront.