Tammy Walters is the founder and managing director of boutique events, public relations and marketing firm, Mirrors PR and Events, in the Geelong region. Through her business, Tammy coordinates music, fashion, art and entrepreneurial events on a regular basis. She has been involved in community events with the City of Greater Geelong for close to 10 years and has a passion for arts and culture.
Tammy applied to be a district coordinator with M~M as she wanted to assist in delivering and elevating another successful year of celebrating art and the environment, particularly for Geelong and surrounds.
Matt Crawley is a resident of the Bellarine and has worked in community engagement and environment projects in the Mallee, North Central and Geelong region for the past 20 years. Matt has a passion for the arts and for community environmental projects, and joins M~M2018 with a wealth of experience. Having worked previously on M~M2014, and 2016 he is excited about being involved with a diverse cross section of the community again for M~M2018.
Esther Konig Oakes recently completed her Masters of Art in Public Spaces at RMIT University, and undertook a study tour to Shanghai, China where she investigated aspects of community art practice and compared them to her experiences in the Geelong region. She has worked on many projects in Geelong and Melbourne and also teaches Art and Developing an Arts Practice at Cloverdale Community Centre.
In 2014 Esther joined the team at the City of Greater Geelong as a Coordinator/Artist for the Mountain to Mouth Extreme Arts walk. She has been an M~M District Co-ordinator since then, and was a Walking Circle Artist that year.
Esther has a deep love of the North Geelong community where she lives; and a love of science and the environment. She wholeheartedly believes this project is a unique and important work.
Sandra Muratti has extensive experience in Arts and Events Administration with 15 years’ experience working across Local Government, Education and the Corporate Sector. She has worked on key events in London, Melbourne and Geelong, some of which includes Mountain to Mouth, Geelong After Dark, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival and International Day of People with Disability. As a practicing artist herself, Sandra brings a creative and innovative approach when planning and coordinating events and takes great pride in working with artists, community and stakeholders in the delivery of memorable events that meet quality expectations.