Our Power (June 2015)

Today, the Latrobe Valley houses three of the largest brown coal mines in Australia. These plants provide 80%+ of power to Victoria. Owned privately by multinational companies these mines bear significant power over the local community.

A Big, Crazy Idea (April 2015)

This 7-minute documentary dives head first into the larger social and political issues behind climate change, and the significance of the Newcastle Flotilla. A Big Crazy Idea is the extended finale to the 3 part series, Canoes Vs. Coal.

DJAA 2015 Callout (April 2015)

This Call-Out video was made specifically for social media sharing. It serves the purpose of promoting the 2015 DJAA conference. I mainly work in the documentary world, so to do something like this was rather refreshing and fun for me.

#BridgeTheGap (Working Title)

We are producing a series of short form social-media-friendly videos, specifically designed to invoke discussion of gender issues (Sexism, Male entitlement and Violence against women [emotional, physical, sexual abuse])

Canoes Vs. Coal: Australia Responds

Part two of this series, "Australia Responds", is a broader discussion on the issue of Climate Change. It's main goal is to involve the every-day people who are not necessarily already engaged with the climate and policy debate.

Mayibuye (Dec 2014)

Through the tool that is dance, Kumari Middleton and her team at Mayibuye aim to empower, educate and engage at-risk youth all over the world by presenting them with life-changing opportunities.

Canoes Vs. Coal (Oct 2014)

30 Pacific Warriors unite to block the world’s largest coal export port in Newcastle (NSW), with nothing but their culture, pride and hand built wooden canoes, fighting for what they believe in.

DJAA Promotional Videos (Oct 2014)

In an industry where single-person-operated businesses are abundant, the DJAA uniquely stand together as an alliance for professional DJs and MCs all over Australia by providing high-quality entertainment.

EDAR Arts (2013)

EDAR Arts think outside the box… and for a good reason. On the surface, they teach art to people with a disability. In reality, they teach so much more: social skills and personal communication skills.

Burnet Bus (2012)

The Burnet Bus sets out to study long-term drug use here in Melbourne at street level, and to ultimately create better and more informed government policies for our wider communities.