Narrabundah College student Sarah Millward and her mum Anne are off to see Billie Eilish in concert in Los Angeles and meet the singing sensation backstage, after Billie handpicked Sarah's artwork as the best in a worldwide competition.
The contest was the #BILLIExADOBE When We All Fall Asleep Creative Challenge, inspired by musician and artist Billie Eilish, and run by Adobe. Entrants submitted their works, created using Adobe products, with the final winners chosen by Billie Eilish herself.
Sarah beat out thousands of other entries to win the grand prize.
The year 11 student was thrilled with the win, her entry inspired by a dream and the otherworldly sensation of walking through water.
"It's really nice, especially because Billie Eilish is one of my favourite artists of all time. To have her recognise me, I'm just really happy," she said.
"I also love that lots of people have seen my artwork and are getting some joy from it."
Sarah, from Kingston, said she loved the American singer, herself only 17, because Eilish broke the mould so confidently and gave others the licence to do the same and be themselves.
She also enjoyed the stories woven within Eilish's music.
Narrabundah College principal Kerrie Grundy said all the college's students and staff were excited for Sarah.
Mrs Grundy said as a year 11 student, Sarah had only been at the college for six months, but already proved herself in so many areas, from debating to French and, now, digital art.
"She has shown a lot of talent and a lot of commitment," Mrs Grundy said.
"I think this college brings out the best in students and we are so proud of Sarah."
Sarah and her mum will leave for LA next Saturday. And as to the future, Sarah is waiting and seeing.
"I would definitely be interested in becoming a digital artist but I'd like to keep my options open," she said.