STAFF

Executive Director Katy Green Loughrey
Producer Gabriela Green
Producer – Emerging Artists Bina Bhattacharya
Finance and Operations Manager Holly Morrison
Administration and Communications Coordinator Daisy Montalvo

Associate Choreographer Larissa McGowan
Casual Venue Technicians David Robertts, Shawn Spina, Nyasha Kanyimo, and Amber Silk
Co-Pilots Fanar Moonee, Nyasha Kanyimo, Neda Taha and Zoe Tomaras.
Artist-in-Residence Bernadette Fam
Business Strategy Consultant Vicki Middleton, Middleton Arts
Graphic Designer Mickie Quick and Huy Nguyen
Bookkeeper Keeping Company

BOARD

Interim Chair
Susie Vongkeneta
Deputy Chair Pippa Bailey
Interim Treasurer Donna Abela
General Members Stephen Boyle, David Capra and Nicole Campbell.


PYT Staff Biographies

Executive Director – Katy Green Loughrey

Katy grew up on the lands of the Darug people where she currently works as the Executive Director at PYT Fairfield. She is a producer, curator and arts manager specialising in contemporary performance with more than a decade of experience and a passion for work that is interdisciplinary, intercultural and affects social change. As a Producer for Sydney Opera House (2015-2018), Katy developed and launched the new Artist and Sector Development program, as well as produced various high profile national and international projects for the Talks and Ideas program. She has also held producing and arts management roles with Performing Lines, PACT centre for emerging artists, Blacktown Arts Centre, Hawkesbury Regional Gallery and Creative Practice Lab, UNSW. Katy is co-curator of Talking Bodies, a dance-lecture series featuring some of Sydney’s best independent dance makers, and Board Member for ReadyMade Works Inc.

Producer – Gabriela Green

Producer – Emerging Artists – Bina Bhattacharya

Bina Bhattacharya is an award-winning filmmaker (Writer/Producer/Director) from Campbelltown in Sydney’s southwest and is currently a Writer for the upcoming feature film “Here Out West” about the intersecting lives of Western Sydney’s migrant communities produced by Co-Curious. Bina was awarded Best Screenplay for her short film ‘Musings’ at Sydney’s Made in the West Film Festival, and the Audience Choice Award a year prior for her 2017 short film ‘Wild Dances’. ‘Wild Dances’ was  screened at festivals in the USA, Ukraine, Germany, Czech Republic as well as Mardi Gras Film Festival and Melbourne Queer Film Festival. Most recently Bina has worked as a Higher Education Worker at Western Sydney’s University’s School of Medicine and also runs her own Production company, Gemme de la Femme Pictures, specialising in showcasing the talents of actors from diverse backgrounds. Bina is the daughter of a Bengali Indian migrant father and a white-Australian mother and draws on her diverse cultural experiences into her artistic practice, decolonising performance and challenging ideas around “high” and “pop” culture.

Finance and Operations Manager – Holly Morrison

Holly Morrison is an arts administrator and certified bookkeeper who has been working in financial management for not for profit organisations for eight years. She holds a Bachelor of Art Theory (Distinction) from the UNSW Art & Design and a Certificate IV in Accounting and Bookkeeping. Whilst studying, Holly worked in community services in Waterloo, Sydney where she experienced the connection between art and social agency, and has worked for organisations who support artists and build relationships with communities ever since. Holly has previously worked in community development at Cumberland Council’s Peacock Gallery and Auburn Arts Studio and is currently also Best Practice and Finance Coordinator at the National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) where she specialises in best practice.

Administration and Communications Coordinator – Daisy Montalvo 

Daisy Montalvo is a community artist from Mount Druitt who started her career in the Arts as a performer for the Mt Druitt Press Conference at the ‘FUNPARK’ Sydney Festival in 2014. After completing a Journalism degree in 2015, Daisy worked with CuriousWorks to deliver film and art workshops for kids in her community. In 2017, she released a documentary called Broadening Horizons which follows four young girls from Bidwill on a six day hike in Tasmania. In September 2018 she released Las Rosas, a six episode web-series which was shot and filmed across Liverpool, Casula and in her home in Mount Druitt. In 2019 Daisy went from a participant in FUNPARK to its lead coordinator and is still within this role on a two-day a week basis. She is a passionate storyteller who believes in the importance of sharing and giving voice to the stories of young people in Western Sydney.

Image Credit: Screenshot from Wedding Wishes