Citrine Sun Founder & Director Belinda Adams, is a mother, Producer and Ambassador for the Hopkins Centre: Research for Rehabilitation & Resilience. Belinda is a passionate Filmmaker whose lived experience as a carer of a loved one with a traumatic brain injury lead her to undertake a national tour of Australia in “Belinda’s Big Bus for Brain Injury Awareness” in 2017 where she drove over 8000 kms in 32 days visiting hospitals, schools and rehabilitation centres, distributing vital resources and meeting with people one on one to hear people share their experience with this invisible disability. The tour was covered by newspapers, radio stations and TV news nation wide. In 2019 Belinda founded Banging the Drum 4 Brain Injury, a pilot drumming program for people affected by brain injury and their carers and is also the founder of Ballet for Brain Injury in partnership with The Hopkins Centre, Queensland Ballet Company, Griffith University & Menzies Health Institute. Belinda will take on the role of project manager as well as co-investigative researcher.
Belinda has extensive experience in the Australian Film & Television industry, she began her film career as a makeup artists after graduating from The Frampton Institute of Cinemagraphic Makeup in 2010 and has gone on to work in various roles from production, art department and transport to name a few.
Belinda founded Citrine Sun Entertainment in 2013 with the mission to tell authentic stories of unity and inclusion with and for people of all abilities.