Kimberley is an artistic eurythmist, choreographer, director of stage movement and facilitator for professional development through eurythmy.

Kimberley began individual training in the Michael Chekhov Acting technique at the age of 15 . This focused on psychological gesture, character work, clowning, improvisation, masked work, archetypes, and Rudolf Steiner’s speech formation. She began her acting career at the Southern Highlands Theatre Company at the age of 10 where she performed in six musicals under the direction of Barbara Handley. After subsequently acting leading roles in a number of productions as a culmination of the Performing Arts training at Parsifal College Sydney, Kimberley went to New York on an internship as Directors Assistant for Our Town and Being Julia with Walking the Dog Theatre. In New York she worked intensively with the Michael Chekhov technique both privately and attending workshops with The Actors Ensemble and the Chekhov Acting Studio in Manhattan.

Kimberley then moved to Germany where she completed a four year Degree in Eurythmy, a movement art for stage,  for both speech and music. The graduation program was performed in Switzerland and Germany where it was also toured. Between 2010 and 2014 she trained intensively with tango in Europe, learning from outstanding teachers at Tango Loft in Stuttgart and visiting Argentinian maestros. 

Kimberley is currently performing Eurythmy in Australia and travelling interstate for workshops. As well as directing and choreographing projects, facilitating workshops for professional development, working with varied social and cultural groups and teaching eurythmy to adults, special needs and children, Kimberley is also a poet and playwright. She has continued her professional development with Chekhov and creative speech master teacher Dawn Langman, one of Australia’s most cutting edge dance companies Force Majeure, advanced actors residency at NIDA, workshops with Sydney Dance Company, and at the University of Sydney where she completed a Bachelor of Arts in Performance and Philosophy. Pursuant to her interest in law and jurisprudence, Kimberley is undertaking post graduate studies and is currently a Juris Doctor candidate.