Harrison Port

Artforms - acting, drama

Harrison has been a member of the Drama Ensemble in Palmerston for many years and joined the Champions in 2018. In 2017 Harrison was part of the Bamboo Moon production, a definite career highlight to date and an amazing experience. Drama has always been a hobby of Harrison's and he believes Corrugated Iron has helped him achieve the right path as he loves being part of the "Corro" community. Other recent gigs include Love's Labour's Lost [2018] and Lord of the Flies [2019].

Harrison Port

Harrison has been a member of the Drama Ensemble in Palmerston for many years and joined the Champions in 2018. In 2017 Harrison was part of the Bamboo Moon production, a definite career highlight to date and an amazing experience. Drama has always been a hobby of Harrison's and he believes Corrugated Iron has helped him achieve the right path as he loves being part of the "Corro" community. Other recent gigs include Love's Labour's Lost [2018] and Lord of the Flies [2019].

Retired Champions

Kestel Baker [2016-2017]

Serge Balaam [2012-2014]

William Brown [2016-2018]

Jack Davis [2012-2017]

Zeph Davis [2016-2020]

Lexie Gregory [2012-2015]

Mathilde Gordon [2012-2014]

Merlene Hutt [2016-2017]

Danica Jenner [2017]

Allegra Kavanagh [2016-2017]

Koko Lawton [2018-2020]

Jack Mitchell [2017]

Zoe Mitchell [2012-2015]

Jesse Noonan-Wade [2018]

Nyasha Ogden [2018-2020]

Damon Rowston [2012-2018]

Holly Van't Sand [2016-2020]

Harrison Port [2018 - 2021]

Koko Lawton

Artforms - acting, drama

Koko has been part of the Drama Program at Corrugated Iron for many years and was one of the original members of the Play Building Ensemble which toured Technology For Oldies to Sydney in 2011. Koko has helped lead activities at the annual Library workshops Corrugated Iron runs in January and has appeared in a number of Corrugated Iron commercials and performances. 

Joseph Baronio

Artforms - acting, circus, film

Joseph is an actor and circus performer who works with Corrugated Iron in drama, circus and film. Joseph is a seasoned unicyclist, having competed nationally and internationally, and is currently the national unicycling champion. Specialising in film with a degree in Media Arts from Flinders University, Joseph has been involved in many film projects locally and interstate. Joseph continues to work in the performing arts industry and loves using his expertise to help others.

Luca Rudd Sievers

Artforms - circus, aerial

Luca Rudd Sievers has been teaching as a Circus Tutor since 2017, but has been a student at Corrugated Iron Youth Arts since 2007! She has primarily taught Aerial Circus but has recently started developing her skills as a ground based circus tutor! 

PUBLIC OFFICER

John Jablonka

Joined 2015

John has 30 years experience in community development, designing, managing and delivering training and education programs in the youth, arts, health, justice, environment and governance sectors, in Australia, Southeast Asia and the Pacific. He has consultancy experience in governance capacity development, cross-cultural training and participatory approaches. He was a founding member of the Board in 1997 when Corrugated Iron Youth Arts became incorporated and developed its organisational framework. John has sat on a number of boards including school councils, youth agencies, environmental groups and social enterprises. In his current work with NT Legal Aid Commission leading community legal education programs across the NT, John works in partnership with a range of sectors including arts-based projects seeking to support young people's rights. John is a longstanding member of Darwin playback theatre, a musician and actor. John is also parent of one current and one recent past participant and champion at Corrugated Iron.

Steph Martin

Creative Schools & Communities Program Manager

csc@corrugatediron.org.au

Steph was born and raised in Darwin. After some years away, studying, travelling and living overseas, she returned home. In 2017, she joined Corrugated Iron to stage manage the production Bamboo Moon. Now coordinating the Creative Schools and Communities Program, she is passionate about facilitating projects in the NT that support young people’s artistic development and connection to learning. Having studied furniture design and a Bachelor of Fine Arts at RMIT, Steph is committed to supporting the local artistic community through her work with Corrugated Iron and her involvement in broader community arts initiatives.

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