Suzanna Crismani is a bubbly and enthusiastic teacher. She’s just gotten back from living in Melbourne for 18 months and is excited to be back in Brisbane. Suzanna has a Diploma in Screen & Media (acting strand) which she received at the New York Film Academy (2014) and an Advanced Diploma of Speech & Drama through Trinity College of London (2016). When she’s not teaching she’s acting, modelling or going to uni at QUT (currently studying a Bachelor of Creative Industries majoring in Film & TV and Drama.
Ashley has always been passionate about teaching and the performing arts. Ashley is so excited to be teaching for Let's Talk Kids this year as she gets to experience the life of a teacher while studying her dual degree of Music and Education at the University of Queensland. Ashley has many years of performing arts experience and currently holds her Grade 6 AMEB certificate in singing.
Lauren has been part of the teaching team at LTK since 2014. In 2016, Lauren completed her Associate Diploma with Trinity College under the tutorage of Melissa Webster.
Lauren is a professional singer performing in a variety of professional musicals. In 2016 Lauren was accepted into Griffith University to study Drama and English and is currently undertaking courses. In 2018 Lauren will be furthering her university study in Toowoomba.
Georgia commenced drama training at the age of 6 and since then has competed in numerous Eisteddfods across Brisbane, receiving several championship awards for her efforts. Georgia has since completed her grade 8 with Trinity College, London and Diploma with IMEB as a Speech and Drama teacher. Georgia is currently studying a Bachelor of Psychological Science at the University of Queensland. This is Georgia’s second year working with Let’s Talk Kids. She has a strong passion for children, Speech and Drama and hopes to incorporate this love in her current studies in psychology, in particular the benefits of drama with children with special needs. Georgia brings youth, vitality and lots of talent to LTK.
Miranda Davis is currently in her second year of a Bachelor of Secondary Education degree majoring in Drama and English. Her love of The Arts began with the commencement of her classical training at the age of five. A skilled dancer and acrobat, she began competing at six years of age and has since competed successfully in many speech and drama, dance, and music eisteddfods throughout Queensland, receiving a multitude of awards and championship titles. Miranda has also performed professionally as an actor and acrobat as well as performing in several theatre productions. In her early teens, Miranda discovered her aptitude for teaching and has since obtained her CSTD Level 8 Performing Arts qualifications. 2018 marks Miranda's 8th year of teaching and starting at Let's Talk Kids in 2017 has only furthered her passion for arts education. She is wonderful with children and her optimistic attitude contributes greatly to LTK's positive and supportive atmosphere.