Sarina is the Bachelor of Photography First Year Convenor and teaches on the Bachelor of Photography program and the Advanced Diploma program.
Sarina is one of the most experienced lecturers in photography education in Australia. She has been teaching at PSC since 1991, in both in the VET and Higher Education courses. With extensive experience in design and implementation of undergraduate programs, Sarina has successfully applied her administrative and organizational skills to manage the first year of the Bachelor of Photography course. She has delivered innovative course material both on-site and virtually, achieving excellent student satisfaction, and provided curriculum expertise to enhance the content and better suit student needs. Sarina have coordinated numerous successful student exhibitions and is a member of the PSC Academic Leadership Team and the PSC Academic Board.
Sarina is a multi-disciplinary artist who has exhibited widely in solo and group exhibitions across Australia. She has been a finalist in several prestigious awards including the Olive Cotton Award for Photographic Portraiture, the Darebin La Trobe Art Prize, the Artecycle Art Prize, the Williamstown Contemporary Art Prize and the Hutchins Art Award for works on paper. Her works have also been included in notable group exhibitions such as "Parallel Visions" at the Museo Italiano in Melbourne and "Postcard Salon" at Jarvis Dooney Gallerie in Berlin. She has received several grants, and has also presented at several conferences and symposiums, including the "Parallel Visions" symposium at the Museo Italiano in Melbourne and the "Alternative Photographic Process Symposium" at Gold St Studios in Trentham.