Australian chef who became the winner of season two of the Junior Master Chef Australia. She has made guest appearances at numerous charities and foundations including the Healthy Food Festival Cook Off, Five Chefs Dinner, and Yahoo! Kids Cooking Contest Kickoff.
She signed up for Junior Master Chef at the age of 11.
She hosted her own Halloween cooking demo and competition for Kids in October 2012.
She's originally from Claremont, Perth, Australia.
She was Isabella Bliss' successor, who won the first season of Junior Master Chef.