Aimée is a cultural producer, writer, and editor based in Brisbane. She is production coordinator at WildBear Entertainment, co-host of the podcast LadyParts: girls on (genre) film, and book reviewer for Aurealis Magazine.

She has a long history of supporting and promoting community arts, working with industrial organisations, community orchestras, and state and national cultural producers - most recently as Event Producer at Gold Coast Film Festival (2017), Public Programs Manager of Queensland Writers Centre (2013-2016), Festival Coordinator of National Young Writers' Festival (2012-2013) and as part of the Program Advisory Committee of Emerging Writers Festival (2014-2015). She is passionate about representation, access, innovation, and development of Australian stories.

Aimée is creator of Whispers reading salon - a quarterly reading event showcasing emerging Queensland writers, and QLD Script House - a creative and professional development program for emerging writers of film and television. She has appeared at Emerging Writers' Festival, Bundaberg WriteFest and Digital Writers' Festival talking story, cultural production, marketing, publishing, digital futures and Queensland writing. Her creative writing credits include WQ magazine, Stilts Online, and Tiny Owl Workshop’s Pillow Fight and Lane of Unusual Traders projects.

In 2014, Aimée was appointed Chair of the Australian National Science Fiction Convention 2016 Organising Committee for the development and delivery of Contact2016.

I'm an active supporter of cultural and community projects, and am available for short to medium term contracts in production management, project management, marketing and communications, cultural consultation and story development, as well as hosting events and workshops.

Contact me
Email: aimee.lindorff[at]gmail.com
Twitter: @insomniacscafe