About @agnesdeus



Agnes D. Herdiasti was born in Jakarta, Indonesia, on February 15. She earned her bachelor degree in English Language Education from Sanata Dharma University, with thesis Gender-related Violence in Tennessee Williams’ A Streetcar Named Desire. Her M.A. in Theatre and Film was earned from the University of Kansas, USA, in 2007, after completing a thesis entitled Representation of Marriage in Selected Harold Pinter Plays.

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Dramaturgy and play directing were her areas of specialization in theatre. She directed, among others, Us and Them (David Campton), A Lie of The Mind (Sam Shepard), Silence and Ashes to Ashes (Harold Pinter).

She also taught several subjects in the English Language Study Program at Sanata Dharma University from 2000 to 2008. Those subjects were, among others, Play Performance, Drama, Cross-cultural Understanding, Writing, and Reading. In 2003, she received a Fulbright grant in Foreign Language Teaching Assistantship and went to the University of Hawai’i at Manoa to teach Bahasa Indonesia for 10 months.

Agnes currently lives in Bali, Indonesia, enjoying working as a Marketing Communications Consultant. Her current passion includes social media and company blogging. You can read her contributions in Sun Island Bali Hotels blog and she contributes to the content of Sun Island Bali website. She has an online batik shop as batik is another passion of hers, and she wishes to return to teaching one day.

Need a press release or ghost writer? Contact her! She will be happy to teach you Bahasa Indonesia and Yogyakarta culture, if you want. 🙂



Public relations    Copywriting

Creative social media / social media  campaigns

Corporate communications

Mobile social media marketing

Press releases   Blogging   Media relations

Advertising   Property pre-opening

Website content development    TripAdvisor

Bahasa Indonesia for foreigners

English – Indonesian / Indonesian – English translations


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