Sarah Houbolt is a Sydney 2000 Paralympian, international accessibility consultant and multi award-winning artist. She trained at Vulcana Women’s Circus before moving to New Zealand to work with circus theatre, children’s theatre and integrated dance companies, as well as on independent productions, film and TV. She was awarded the national Artistic Achievement Award by Arts Access Aotearoa in 2012, and organised the 2014 InterAct Disability Arts Festival. In 2015 she moved back to Australia and began creating her Green Room Award winning solo touring show Koo Koo the Bird Girl. In 2016 she spoke at the Festival of Dangerous Ideas and organised the national arts and disability conference, Arts Activated. In 2017 Sarah spoke at TEDxSydney and in 2018 she spoke at the UN, NYC. Sarah is a CreateNSW fellowship recipient and a renowned Natural Born Freak. She spends the American summers working in the world famous Coney Island freak show and the clubs in New York, and also works with theatre companies and cabarets in London. She has provided accessibility awareness training for most of the major arts organisations in Sydney, and enjoys performing in the local nights and clubs..