Adi is a true Kimberley Girl, growing up between Beagle Bay and Broome and a descendant of the Bardi, Nyikina, Gooniyandi people.
She has been surrounded by turquoise waters, pindan dirt, strong culture, music and dance all her life. The youngest of four, she comes from a musical family who travel and perform together throughout the Kimberley at a wide range festivals and community events.
At the age of 9 she toured the Tamworth Country Music Festival, singing and playing guitar. She had the privilege to meet and be inspired by artists such as Troy Cassar-Daley, Shannon Noll, Guy Sebastian and her favourite Kasey Chambers.
Outside her love of music and performing she is actively involved in playing, umpiring and coaching sport including netball, basketball and football. She also loves spending time fishing and camping with friends and family.
During her secondary schooling she achieved an Excellence Award at the Performing Arts Festival in Perth 2019 and came second runner up in the Kimberley Girl Competition 2019 for positive leadership.
Bran Nue Dae is Adi’s first musical theatre experience.