Born in Western Australia and raised on a tropical fruit farm in the North East Kimberley, Tash Parker is a visual artist, songwriter and musician living and working in Launceston, Tasmania. Parker holds a degree in Fine Arts majoring in Sonic and Spacial Practice from RMIT (2016). Her artistic practice is centred around collaboration with musicians, visual artists and technology artists to curate multi-sensory experiences for her audience. The perfect example of her multidisciplinary practice is a music video co-directed with Brisbane based technology artist and film-maker Jaymis Loveday for her song Can’t Keep Waiting released in October 2019. This video won awards for best music video at New York Film Awards, Los Angeles Film Awards, Top Shorts and the Melbourne Short Film Festival. It was also selected for Clipped Premieres in Sydney and won Best Concept at Clipped Music Video Awards in 2019. She is currently in three Australian based music projects; art-pop electronic act PARKER in collaboration with Hans Van Vliet (Brisbane) and Becki Whitton (Melbourne), folk pop group Runaway Belles with Emma Anglesey (Tasmania) and A cappella group Ladychoir (Melbourne). Tash has co-produced; her debut album, Indi-folk gem ‘Waking Up’ (2010) with J.Walker (Machine Translations), Wally De Backer (Gotye) and Nick Huggins (Two Bright Lakes); Runaway Belles singles ‘Dream’ and ‘The Weekend’ and all of her recent releases under PARKER. PARKER’s third single Become The Fool recently won Best Music Video at the NY Film Awards, LA Film Awards and Top Shorts. Tash is shortlisted for the Women’s Art Prize Tasmania 2020 and is the recipient of The Denis Diderot [A-i-R] Grant which will partially fund a two week songwriting residency in Orquevaux, France in November 2020.