WHERE ARE THEY NOW?

What’s happened in your life since you graduated from ΢ĸ Anglican Grammar? We want to hear about it! Share news about your career, family life, and personal accomplishments to our Communications and Events Officer.

Stay part of the ΢ĸ Anglican Grammarextended community. We believe that networking relationships are important to the success of current students and alumni. Read below for news on what some of our alumni have been up to since they graduated.

CHELSEA SUTTON – CLASS OF 2015
Since graduating from a Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design in Photography at Charles Sturt University, Chelsea Sutton has gone on to achieve amazing things in her patch. She has secured a full time position at Remax Elite Real Estate as the Creative Manager which includes photography, videography and marketing.

Alongside this position, Chelsea also runs , photographing families, events, weddings and fashion. A recent highlight included having her work published in the .

She also worked full time at MSP Photography and part time as a Photo Journalist for the Daily Advertiser. In her past, Chelsea was an entrant in the raising funds for five local beneficiaries.

BROOKE GLENNEN – CLASS OF 2013
Brooke Glennen is the founder of , a bespoke giftware range where she adopts handmade techniques to create meaningful keepsakes for children and parents alike.

Using creative writing, storytelling, illustration, graphic design and styling, Brooke has created a designer range focusing on childhood mindfulness and conscious parenting.

Her brand is inspired by her own nurtured childhood and fond memories of feeling comfortable and cosy. Brooke wants children to develop lasting connections with their parents and to engage in settling experiences like storytelling and mindfulness.

Brooke’s business venture began evolving in 2016 during her final year of a Bachelor of Design specialising in Styling & Creative Direction at the Whitehouse Institute of Design. The development of her signature project “My Mindfulness Series” led Brooke to create My Mindful Child and Hanging Pods. She was then encouraged to introduce her designs onto the market. Brooke did just that and now has a number of new stockists based in Sydney and is making her way into Melbourne stores too. Her designs can be found locally at at The Complete Garden and Kasoobi.

Brooke is about to reach an exciting milestone taking up a commission to create an exclusive illustration piece for a luxury baby boutique in the USA . “I’m very excited to see what other global opportunities that might lead to,” Brooke said.

When asked about her journey to becoming a prominent designer, Brooke said “opportunities like this one didn’t just fall in my lap, I was very devoted to my university studies and embraced new challenges. I never understood the saying “you only get out what you put in” until recently, after realising how many new skills I have learnt and am putting to practice. It’s always scary to meet new people and put yourself out there but amazing things happen when you get out of your comfort zone”.

Brooke’s designs are a testament to her hard work and dedication. Throughout her studies Brooke received several accolades including:

  • HSC Graphics Award 2013
  • 1st Year Styling & Creative Direction Designer of the Year in 2014
  • 2nd Year Styling & Creative Direction Student of the Year in 2015
  • 3rd Year Styling & Creative Direction Designer of the Year in 2016

You may have seen Brooke’s work featured recently in House & Garden Magazine, The Sunday Age and ΢ĸ Beautiful Creative Collection.

HAYDON MARTIN – CLASS OF 2013
Haydon recently visited our Year 12 Agriculture students to discuss his experience as a recent University of Melbourne graduate. Haydon encouraged and inspired the students to continue their Agricultural studies through to a tertiary level.

TILLY KEENAN – CLASS OF 2016
Tilly featured in the June edition of Bella Magazine which highlighted local women under 25 to acknowledge their amazing achievements. You can read about Tilly’s journey here. In February 2018, Tilly held her first ever solo exhibition at the Foundary Arts Space in Echuca, titled “The Eyes Have It”. The three day exhibition was an opportunity for Tilly to exhibit her stunning works including her winning piece for the Foundary Arts Space Portrait Competition.

AMY GLEDHILL – CLASS OF 2014
Amy also featured as a local woman in the June edition of Bella Magazine. She discusses the challenges she overcame to be where she is today. You can read about Amy’s journey

JEMIMA DRAPER – CLASS OF 2010
Jemima has opened a podiatry practice in Kyabram after completing a Bachelor of Health Science and a Masters of Podiatry Practice at La Trobe University in Bendigo.

As a Rochester local, Jemima was baffled at the lack of podiatry services in Kyabram. She wants to help serve a rural community, just like the one she grew up in. Interviewed in the Kyabram Free Press Jemima said “Health in rural areas is vitally important and I’m excited to do what I can to help out. A lot of people put up with foot pain because they aren’t sure where to go or the services aren’t available. I hope I can make life easier for people in town”.

Jemima’s goal is to be accessible to the community without referrals required. Kyabram Podiatry can be found at 93 Albion St.

MONIQUE SMITH – CLASS OF 2010
Monique Smith graduated from ΢ĸ Anglican Grammar, as part of our Foundation graduate class. Monique worked at Tindarra Resort and received the Echuca-΢ĸ Tourism inaugural Emerging Young Leader Award in 2016.

JESS GLEDHILL – CLASS OF 2013
Whilst on a tour around Europe, Jess was offered an opportunity to write as a Sports Journalist for the Riverine Herald. Click here to read about Jess’ journey into sports journalism.