West Australian born, Storme grew up between Cottesloe Beach and Sydney. Her love of the performing arts was inspired at a young age after growing up backstage of the music industry alongside some of the world’s biggest bands and recording artists. She is a trained Latin dancer, and has a keen interest in screen performance, movement arts, and writing.
Storme has appeared in the Australian feature film Love You Like That, currently being screened on Stan and Apple TV+. She made her theatrical debut at the State Theatre Centre of Western Australia in A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (dir. Gregory Jones). Storme was recently cast in an SBS project and has appeared in multiple independent short films, her recent commercial credits include IKEA, Headspace and WA State Government.
During her time at ACA she has played the following roles: Abby in Belleville (dir. Kim Hardwick), Kitty Schcherbatsky in Anna Karenina (dir. Clara Voda), Gabrielle York in When The Rain Stops Falling (dir. Adam Cook), Lydia & Mary in Pride and Prejudice 2.0 (dir Adam Cook), Vivian in Not Enough Oxygen (dir. Jessica Ramsey-ACA/NIDA collaboration), Jane in Speaking in Tongues (dir. Johann Walraven) and Joey in The Lieutenant of lnishmore (dir. Reid McGowan).
Storme has been offered her second Australian feature film.