Tristan Meecham is an artist.

Tristan Meecham graduated from QUT with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Distinction) and the Victorian College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts (Acting). At VCA, he was awarded the Richard Pratt Scholarship for Outstanding Acting Student. He has also studied performing arts at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatrical Arts in London.

Tristan’s theatre credits include The Skriker, The Lower Depths, Bright Room Called Day, Nana, As You Like It, Saved, Three Sisters, Fear and Misery of the Third Reich, The Grace of Mary Traverse for VCA (2004-2006). Cleansed for VCA Masters Project (2008), Godspell and Christmas Gala for Italia Conti London (1996) Two Weeks With the Queen and Ubu for Briboco Theatre (1999) In Other Words for the Proyekto 34’ Festival Argentina (2009). He regularly works X:Machine’s including their development of Court at Hot House Theatre in September 2009. Tristan’s television credits include City Homicide for Channel 7 (2009), Backup (1995) and Blue Peter (1996) for BBC TV and The Wayne Manifesto for ABC TV (1998).

Tristan has been a regular Acting Tutor for the Queensland Theatre Company and created and implemented the Acting program for the QTC Westfarmers and Lighthouse Regional Acting Tours in 2009. He also is a regular Acting Tutor at Drama with a Difference and Performance with Confidence and the SONGROOM in Melbourne.

His performance and artwork has been exhibited at the Queensland Art Gallery (Fluxless Flights 2002), The Farm (Credit Clowns 2004), Metro Arts (re 2002-2004), and Palace Gallery (Chinese No Broom, Yoko’s Leaves 2001-2004) Headquaters (Lady and the Tiger 2009) and Tiny Stadiums Festival at PACT (BTHT 2010). He also worked as the Palace Gallery Manager for a year (2003) and as the co-convener of Datum (a small Brisbane network for emerging artists) (2003).

For the last three years, Tristan has also worked as the General (and Marketing) Manager of the Kino Dendy Cinemas in Melbourne. During this time, he secured the Kino Dendy as a major venue for the 2008 Melbourne International Film Festival. He has also worked as the Events Manager for Great Union Hoyts Cinemas in Queensland.