Faerie Cara and her sons
Faerie Cara's first day working as a faerie in 1995
I sprouted Eco Faeries in 2004 with the idea to create an entertainment company that delivers a highly polished entertainment service with the foundations in education. I'm now proudly part of a faerie community that creates positive change. My role in Eco Faeries is to manage, organise events, perform shows and maintain my authentic love for nature and faeries.
Apart from being a faerie I am also a marriage celebrant, author and my latest and greatest life challenge is that I am a mum to two gorgeous pixies River and Taj.
Unfurling my wings at the age of 13 for a birthday party company, I've worked as a professional faerie ever since. I'm inspired by the traditional faeries of folklore, particularly Celtic tales where my own bloodlines flow. I've wandered the world seeking traditional faerie stories while performing at international events. From parading in the Sydney Mardi Gras to promote equal rights to storytelling in Seattle, seeking traditional storytellers around Ireland and driving my magical bus, Esmeralda, throughout regional Australia.
"Inspiring the community to make changes can be done, but it must make the person feel good. This way they will want to keep doing it, and inspire others to do the same."