Trish trained as a journalist and has worked much of her life in the media.
In 1997 she moved to London from Australia and worked as Marketing Director for Thomson Financial and The Independent Newspaper before moving to a career in theatre.
She has worked at the Bush Theatre and Tricycle Theatre and is now an independent producer and was recently nominated for an Olivier Award for The Red Lion by Patrick Marber.
For Defibrillator, as Executive Producer, she has produced A Lie Of The Mind (Southwark Playhouse) Speech & Debate (Trafalgar Studios); The Hotel Plays (Grange Hotel and Langham, London); Hard Feelings and The One Day of the Year (Finborough); The Armour (Langham, London) and Insignificance (Langham Place, New York). As producer: Burning Bridges (Theatre503). As co-producer: Olivier-nominated The Red Lion (Trafalgar Studios) and My Night With Reg (Apollo Theatre). Trish is a Stage One Bursary recipient and director of The Uncertainty Principle. She is also a founder of The Australian & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts (FANZA).
She is currently producing The Wider Earth, an Australian production about Charles Darwin’s voyage on the Beagle and has secured a partnership with the Natural History Museum to stage the show in a purpose built theatre at the Museum from October 1st, 2018.