I am a father, husband, brother, and son. I live in Sydney. I love spending time in the ocean either surfing, fishing, or swimming. I am a big fan of being outdoors on a tractor, motorbike, or steering a pair of shoes through a bush walk.  I grew up in Queensland, kept my teachers at Currumbin State School and Palm Beach Currumbin High School on their toes before studying hard to just get a pass at Griffith University when I undertook my Bachelor of Education. My wife and my kids are my priority, my dog too. I was a Primary school teacher for 12 years, high school for a few too, my passion then turned to conversations around men discovering their full potential and the power of a honest yarn. I facilitate workshops that offer a conversation based on authentic and honest issues surrounding the emotional strength of men in the modern world. I absolutely love the work I do and get a huge stoke out of humans getting real with each other. I am 37 years old.

“Thank you, Tommy for bringing your ‘Who Da Man’ workshop to Canterbury Boys High School this week. Your openness and connection with the boys created a space for some incredible learning. I was especially touched at the end to see each of the boys honour someone in the group. This was a huge step for many of the boys and it was a privilege to watch”
Kyle Thurkett, Program Counsellor and Facilitator of Youth Frontier programme, Canterbury Boys High School