Meet our team behind the scenes


Sharla May 

Founder & Director

Jack of all trades master of none, tiny house obsessed. In recent years is now introduced by her friends as Tiny House Sharla due to her ability to turn any discussion into one about tiny houses.


Lisa Watson

Event & Sales Manager


Inventive, creative along with a splash of artistic flair these round out the top 3 things to describe Lisa. A DIY enthusiast that comes with a 'she' shed to match. She has been known to seek out new challenges and adventures while dragging her two teenagers along for the ride.


Lisa Jansen 

Writing & Marketing Advisor


Lisa is our content writer, while travelling the country in her mini tiny house on wheels – a Ford Transit campervan. When she’s not too busy kitesurfing, paddle boarding, hiking and generally living life to the fullest, Lisa also helps out with general marketing advice.


Dom & Carlotta

Marketing Strategists



Music and dance enthusiasts, adventure seekers, seasonal vanlifers and, possibly, the most introverted extroverts. A solid winning team in life for over a decade, in recent years, joining forces to win in business.


Kylie Silver

Graphic Designer


Freelance graphic designer and mum of two little monkeys. Kylie is a happy-go-lucky, over-analysing Gemini, who loves op shopping, finding beauty in nature, and all things symmetrical.



Editor & Proofreader


Anne-Marie is a professional editor and proofreader who helps businesses and organisations with their words. She loves books, dogs and gazing at the stars, and she’s far more competitive at Scrabble than she should be.


Jason & Iain

Website Developers


Monkey see, monkey do! Iain and Jason are two geeks who've been tinkering with computers since forever, and as the name Two Monkeys suggests, they're pretty relaxed and easy to deal with!


Ollie & Ava



Eight paws are better than four. Teaming up these two cover our online and event security needs. Ollie is quick to sniff out any potential online scammers while Ava specialises in event security and can alert us of any intruders, attempting to sneak through the gates.