Serah uses comedy to explore longing, loneliness and consumption in the work she produces for screen and stage.
She was brought up in the Western suburbs of Melbourne to a South Asian father and Australian mother and spent countless hours pretending to like footy and navigate being bi-racial before it was cool. Serah found solace watching Australian cinema and winding up film spools, falling in love with story whilst her Dad managed an independent cinema in the 90s. A degree in Creative Arts led to jobs in television production, and a Diploma of Theatre Arts helps her write with the performer in mind. Currently creating content for a state government agency, Serah is also fluent in bureaucratic jargon and acronyms.
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