Born and raised on the beaches of Sydney, Beth gave it all up to move to the mountains where she now lives in a tiny house on Lake Jindabyne with her three ducks and partner. When Beth's not busy working on our Social Media channels, you'll find her snowboarding, hiking, swimming or napping.
Bronte has called the Snowy Mountains home for the last 5 years after moving here from the Central Coast. When Bronte isn’t assisting the PR and Marketing team at the nest, she can usually be found perched in the sun with some snacks and a good book or blaring music and dancing around the house!
Cielle works predominately in the Styling Team here at birdsnest and is involved in photo shoots, creating wardrobe capsules, writing copy for our magazines and blogging! When she's not hanging in the nest, Cielle is touring around the countryside as a musician with her partner, James and their two black labradors, Wilson and Tilly; in a vintage caravan named "Bessie"!
Lauren has recently started working at birdsnest, having moved to Cooma after finishing a snow season at Perisher. She has a degree in journalism and loves writing, adventure and the outdoors.
Robbie wears many important hats in our 'nest'. She is our under-layer expert and buyer and is also the mum of our big bird, Jane. As well as all things under-layers, Robbie is our punctuation and grammar queen and can also be found blurbing our new arrivals and creating swoon-worthy outfits for birdsnest girls to fall in love with.
After completing a Bachelor of Design in Creative Direction & Styling in the big smoke, Tahlecia moved back to the South Coast to pursue a lifestyle change. When she's not amongst the Marketing team at birdsnest you'll find her at the beach, on horse back or exploring coffee shops around the countryside.
Tahlia moved back to the Snowy Mountains from Sydney to join our nest in 2014, working in the Marketing and PR team. Outside of the nest, Tahlia spends most of her time chasing her energetic toddler, and two french bulldogs. She believes a hot cup of tea and a warm cosy sweater can solve anything.