Suzanne Boccalatte has led a multifaceted creative life as an educator, designer, artist, publisher and writer. She is currently Professor UNSW Art & Design. In 1990, she founded Boccalatte, a design consultancy, working with some of Australia’s most significant cultural and arts institutions, with a mission to create work that encourages curiosity, fosters culture and enriches society. She has presented masterclasses and spoke at universities, and conferences on topics as diverse as AI, future of work, design in culture, creativity in uncertain times, female futures, and a design-led workshop on Asylum Seeking for The Guardian Australia. Suzanne publishes books for galleries and artists and co-edits Trunk—an award-winning compendium with contributors from the global creative community. Her work is in the collection of the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Sydney University of Technology, Sydney and private collections.