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Our Staff


Miguel Olmo


Miguel is a Spanish-Australian contemporary artist working across diverse media including sculpture, photography, video, sound and other two dimensional formats. He holds a Masters of Fine Arts from the College of Fine Arts (CoFA – University of NSW) and Bachelor of Visual Arts from Western Sydney University. Miguel’s multi-modal practice often leads him to work on diverse projects and roles including education, arts management, and curating. He has held positions with Blacktown Arts Centre, Blacktown Youth Services Association and is currently a committee member for Sydney Arts Management Advisory Group (SMAAG).



Sheena Rees


Sheena Rees is Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios' administrator.

Sheena holds a Bachelor of Design in Printed Textiles from The National College of Art and Design in Dublin, Ireland. Sheena has previously worked as a Designer for Designer Rugs in Sydney and in Melbourne. Her rug designs featured in Longitude 131 resort at Ayers Rock, Australian Embassy in Seoul, Quay West apartments and the Novotel at Darling Harbour.

Sheena is a practising artist working across several mixed media projects. She has sold work in Ireland and in Australia.

Alongside her work as the administrator Sheena holds classes in the children's holiday workshops specialising in textile printing and collage.


Gallery Assistant & Studios Technician

Sasha Satz


Sasha Satz is Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios' Gallery Assistant & Studio Technician.

Sasha Satz is a Sydney based artist who graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from National Art School, majoring in Printmaking, in 2018. Satz’s practice primarily consists of works on paper. The artist specialises in copper plate printmaking and enjoys engaging with experimental and expanded printmaking incorporating textiles, paper construction and book and zine making. Her practice also involves extensive pencil drawing, gouache and ink works. She also engages in multi disciplinary artmaking and has received training in ceramics, fundamental drawing and Art history Theory. She has experience teaching printmaking workshops and art tutoring. Satz continues to exhibit with fellow alumni at independent art spaces across Sydney and looks forward to being able to continue and further expand her practice and skill set.


Marketing Assistant

Shu-Li Lau


Shu-Li Lau is Gallery Lane Cove + Creative Studios’ Marketing Assistant.


Shu-Li is a Singaporean-Chinese Australian artist who is deeply fascinated with the idea of storytelling through art. They hold a Bachelor of Media in Screen & Sound Production from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Design with an area of specialisation in Graphic Design from UNSW Art & Design. Shu-Li specialises in illustration and enjoys doing highly-detailed work, whether it be on drawn on paper or drawn digitally. Their marketing expertise lies in brand identity and social media management. They are a strong advocate for accessibility and diversity in all aspects of the arts - which they make a conscious effort to incorporate into their everyday life and work.

Gallery Assistant

Anoushka Sansom


Anoushka Sansom is a Queer, Sydney-based curator with over 15 years experience in the Museums and Galleries sector.


Between 2011-17, Anoushka was curator of Arte das Quebradas - a cultural initiative by Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) in conjunction with Museu da História e da Cultura Afro-brasileira (MUHCAB).

The program worked with Brazilian artists from low-income backgrounds to foster their careers and provide them opportunities to present their work to broad audiences.


She has a strong interest in working with First Nations artists. Since 2018, Anoushka has provided curatorial support to Muruwari artist, Dr Virginia Keft, on the artist's exhibitions and projects.


Anoushka holds a Master of Art Curating from the University of Sydney, a Master of Arts from University of New England and a Bachelor of Arts from University of Wollongong.

Fundraising and Philanthropic Assistant

Cathie Campbell


A graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York City, Cathie's creative talents were honed while designing menswear for Ralph Lauren before her entrepreneurial spirit led her to launch two independent fashion brands. In Australia, she founded Double Haul, a menswear line dedicated to the fly- fishing lifestyle, while in Singapore she conceived Nina Grace Clothing, bringing elevated resort wear to expat women. Her passion for cultivating community was further expressed through her role as Vice Chair of the American Club's Youth and Family Committee in Singapore. Now, after a decade immersed in Asia's fashion scene, Cathie has returned to Australia to fuse her artistic vision and business acumen into fostering philanthropic engagement and nurturing community involvement as the Fundraising and Philanthropic Assistant for the Gallery Lane Cove.

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