Nanette Carter completed a master’s degree in art history focusing on the development of modern design in Melbourne in the 1930s. She subsequently researched and wrote on postwar interiors by designer and artist Clement Meadmore. Her 2015 PhD on the emergence of DIY culture in the postwar period in Australia was jointly supervised by the School of Historical Studies and the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. In addition to researching and writing about Australia’s design history, Nanette has curated exhibitions for Swinburne University of Technology—‘Pen to Pixel’—and for Heide Museum of Modern Art—‘Savage Luxury: Modernist Design in Melbourne 1930–1939’. Nanette is an adjunct scholar connected to the School of Design, Swinburne University.