Brodie Ellis is an Australian multidisciplinary artist and arts administrator living and working on Dja Dja Wurrung Country. Brodie graduated from the VCA, University of Melbourne in 2006 and has held numerous solo and group exhibitions in commercial galleries and institutions, international biennales and artist run spaces. Highlights include The 17th Biennale of Sydney “The Beauty of Distance- Songs of Survival In a Precarious Age” Cockatoo Island, ‘New 09’ ACCA, ‘Videoteca’ and ‘Too Near Too Far’ Care of Gallery, Milan. Her art is held in public and private art collections including MONA, Museum of Old and New Art in Hobart and she has a major public art commission underway in Chengdu, China due to be completed in late 2021 through City of Melbourne and McClellend Gallery & Sculpture Park. Brodie has worked as Assistant Manager at Castlemaine Art Museum, Retail and Wholesale Manager at Chapman & Bailey, Studio Manager for Cameron Robbins and Studio Assistant for John Wolseley. She has also worked as a freelance producer on TV charity campaigns with clients including DTV, The National Heart Foundation, The Smith Family, and the Peter McCallum Cancer Institute.