Shae started her performing arts career as early as age 9. In 2011 Shae played the lead role in an AFTRS short film “Happenstance”, the following year she featured in a short film “8:47” produced by the Kacevski Brothers.”8:47” was officially selected into many international film festivals including Fantasia Film Festival in Montreal and Hollyshorts Film Festival in Hollywood where the film took out an award. She also played the supporting role in short film “Bluey” produced by Screen Australia. Shae featured in The Feds webseries “Mirror Mirror” leading as Madison in the “Copycat Girls” episode, which went on to be played at Sydney’s Festival of Dangerous Ideas. In 2016 Shae made her television debut and played the role of Stacey in Channel 9’s hit TV Show “Hyde and Seek” and featured in an episode of “Deadly Women”, playing Becky Watts in Season 10. Her screen work continues to mount playing roles in Australian Feature Film “Skinford” (2017) and supporting in short film “Girl Falling”, which is currently making its way around the international film circuit. This year Shae has also teamed up with her twin sister Taryn working on Risk & Benefit comedy web skits, which she not only leads in but writes as well.