Ashlee is the current Head of Vocals at Tamworth Regional Conservatorium of Music and Vocal Teacher at Sydney Conservatorium Open Academy.
She has a Masters of Music Studies (Opera Perfomance) from Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Bachelor of Music with Distinction from Newcastle Conservatorium of Music and Associate Diploma in Classical Voice from the Australian Music Examination Board. She also carries a accreditation in Vocal Teaching most specifically in Musical Theatre, Classical Voice and Opera.
Ashlee has successfully performed a vast number of roles; opera credits include: Susanna Le Nozze di Figaro (Opera Hunter), Despina Cosi fan tutte (Sydney Conservatorium of Music), Herald of Dawn The Fairy Queen (Sydney Conservatorium of Music), the title role of Calisto in La Calisto (Sydney Conservatorium of Music), Zerlina Don Giovanni for (Opera Hunter), Pamina Die Zauberflöte (Sydney Conservatorium of Music), Fiordiligi in (Some of) Cosi fan tutte (Newcastle Conservatorium of Music), Dido Dido and Aeneas (Macquarie Singers) and Night The Fairy Queen (Macquarie Singers).
In 2018, Ashlee travelled to New York City to perform First Lady Die Zauberflöte with Manhattan Opera Studio, as well as make her performance debut at Carnegie Hall and The National Opera Center. Upon her return to Australia she made her debut as Musetta in the production of La Boheme with Central Coast Opera.
During 2017 she was involved in a chorus internship with Opera Australia for their production of Tosca, covered baroque specialist Miriam Allan in a performance of Haydn’s Creation and performed as the Soprano soloist in Rossini’s Stabat Mater with the the Ku-ring-gai Philharmonic Orchestra. She has also featured as the soprano soloist for Handel's Messiah at Sydney Town Hall for the last two consecutive years.