Hallie Shellam is an artist.

Hallie Shellam is a director, performer and writer across theatre, film and television in Australia. She completed a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Studies at Murdoch University in1998 and is a graduate of the NIDA acting course (2002). In 2004 she started Curious Bird Theatre Company, which staged the Australian Premiere of Vampirella at the Darlinghurst Theatre. In 2006 she studied directing at the VCA, receiving a graduate diploma with first class honours. In 2008 she had a residency as part of HotHouse Theatre’s A Month In The Country with the project ‘the lonely instrument’ for which she is the instigating artist, co-devisor and director. This project had a second development supported by Full Tilt at the 2008 Melbourne Fringe. Also in 2008, Hallie was selected for the graduate program at the National Script Conference. As an Assistant Director Hallie has worked with Ailsa Piper (Too Young For Ghosts VCA), Benedict Andrews (The Season at Sarsparilla, STC 2007, MTC 2008) and was a devisor and assistant director to Benedict Andrews and Marius Von Mayerberg in the rehearsal development and seasons of Moving Target for the Malthouse/Adelaide Festival and supervising director for it’s Sydney Opera House season. Hallie worked as outside eye on The Tent in 2008.