I am an Aboriginal woman of the Djugun,Yawuru and Bardi Jawi Tribes, who owns and operates my business that respects each and all the different Aboriginal groups and Non-Indigenous.
I have hosted Art exhibitions, sold at markets, invited to be apart of numerous exhibitions, invited to collaborate and invited to work with schools.
I was taught by mother and now my children learn and sell their artworks.
I am very passionate about my culture and empowering my people, especially our youth, no matter what tribe they come from.
Fun Facts About me;
2022: I am the first Aboriginal Woman to hand craft the Mr and Miss Naidoc Crowns 2022.
2022: I designed a limited edition for Gilbert's Rugby balls and 50 balls.
2021: I spent 60 hours hand painting a Gown that is on display at the Boola Bardip Museum.
2020: I designed the Broome Sea Rescue Shirts.
2019: Naidoc Awards designed for Goolarri Media.
2016: won the Shinju Photography Award as part of the annual Shinju Festival.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
“We had a great time participating online from the Geraldton office. I really enjoyed learning about the meaning of the art symbols (and even researched a few more…)
I also thought it was great that Sammy took the opportunity to bring her daughter along and continue her story and knowledge that way.”