Brianna Harris is most passionate about performing arts and culture, having been involved in the industry for 14 years. She is currently working on 'Fireside' with Midnight Feast - Theatre That Unites (NIDA's first resident company), which premieres in November 2018 at the Sydney Opera House. Brianna's other professional credits include 'Tender Young Creatures' with The House That Dan Built (2017-2018); 'Convict Escapades' at the Hyde Park Barracks Museum (2018); 'Water Angel' with Can You See Me Theatre (Sydney Opera House 2016); 'Jewel Thief' with Midnight Feast for Fighting Chances Annual Ball (2016); and collaborating with artists such as Emily Dash on her 2017 PACT Salon: Skeletons and Self Portraits. Brianna's on screen experience includes 'Preserving Evidence' for the project 'Responding to Abuse' with Maitree and NDA; 'Beneath the Tides' directed by Jacqueline Archer, which won best short drama in the 2008 Breckenridge Film Festival (2006); 'Bread' a film by Paola Morabito (2006); and being the voice of National Youth Week for SBS Radio and Television in 2015 and 2016. Brianna initially trained at Marian Street Theatre for Young People (MSTYP), followed by the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP). She continues to pursue her skills development with numerous workshops and classes, and is currently learning Auslan for performance.