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2009 Series Producer PENGUIN ISLAND, (6x30/3x52) follows life in the Little Penguin colony of Phillip Island Australia. (BBC, ABC, Arte France , National Geographic TV International) Produced with the assistance of Screen Australia and Film Victoria.
2009 Producer/Director EYE FOR ARCHITECTURE biography of the work of Australia's top architectural photographer John Gollings.(SBS/AVRO/ National Geographic TV International). Produced with the assistance of Film Victoria.
2008 Producer TIBET:MURDER IN THE SNOW (SBS,BBC, TSR, RTBF, YLE, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TELEVISION INTERNATIONAL) In September 2006 a group of young Tibetans were shot at by Chinese border guards as they tempted a daring escape from their homeland. The incident was witnessed by a team of mountain climbers who filmed the shooting. This is their story. Produced with the assistance of Screen Australia and Film Victoria.
2008 Producer COMMUNITY COP (SBS) Follows the work of an innovative community policing program in inner city Melbourne. Produced with the assistance of Screen Australia.
2008-07 Producer/Director SEED HUNTER (ABC, RTE, ARTE, SVT, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC TELEVISION INTERNATIONAL) Developed with the assistance of the Australian Film Commission and Financed with the Assistance of Film Finance Corporation. Follows Australian scientist Dr Ken Street on a quest through Central Asia to find rare plants whose genes may help save our food from the threat of climate change.
2006 Producer 2 MUMS AND A DAD (52 mins SBS) is the story of the rocky road of 3-way parenting. Developed with the assistance of the Australian Film Commission.
2005 Producer WELCOME 2 MY DEAF WORLD (SBS). Developed with the assistance of Film Victoria and the Australian Film Commission. Follows teenagers Bethany and Scott in their final year at the Victorian College for the Deaf.
2004 Researcher/Director for Australian segment in SEX LIES AND CONSPIRACY (Dir: Carole Moore Ede) Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Science program.
THE NATURE OF THINGS Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Science program.

July-Nov 2003 Supervising Producer Documentary. School of Film and Television Victorian College of the Arts University of Melbourne. I was in charge of supervising the Major productions for 10 post graduate documentary students.
2001/2002 Writer/Co-Producer/Director MUDDY WATERS- Life and Death on the Great Barrier Reef, (SBS/Film Australia). Developed with assistance Australian Film Commission. Produced by Film Australia's National Interest Program in association with December Films.
Jury Prize Earth Vision Festival Japan 2004.
Best Environment and Conservation Award Japanese Wildlife Film Festival August 2003.
Nominated UN Media Peace Prize 2003
Shortlisted for the Richard Keefe Memorial Award for the Best Documentary on Sustainable Development. The British Environment and Media Awards 2003
Awarded Bronze Medal Italian Film Festival Prix Leonardo.
Nominated Best Sound in a Documentary Australian Screensound Guild Awards.
Invited International Nature and Environment Festival Grenoble France 2003. International Science festival Hungary.

2001 Line Producer THE LAND HAS EYES, feature film shot on Rotuma island, Fiji. Te Maka Productions. USA. Premiered Sundance Film Festival 2004.
2000/2001 Writer/Producer/Director: DOLPHIN MANIA, (ABCTV) one hour documentary about two families with different philosophies who run wild dolphin swims in Victoria.
Invited Hawaii International Film Festival, 2001

2000 Writer/Director: PAINTING COUNTRY (SBS/NHK Japan) HDTV one hour documentary. Producer Electric Pictures/Robin Eastwood Productions. Follows the journey of acclaimed Aboriginal Artists from Balgo, WA back to their traditional country in the Western Desert.
Sold to date to TF1 France.
Winner Silver Chris Award Best Arts program Columbus Film Festival
Finalist in the International Electronic Cinema Festival. Tokyo.
Invited to Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Melbourne International Film Festival, York International Film Festival.
Writer/Researcher, GREY VOYAGERS (SBS/RTE Ireland) Producer December Films. A series of 6 x 30 travel adventure stories about people over 60 making remarkable life journeys.

Jan/Feb Course Coordinator AFTRS/ ABCTV 'Race Around Oz' contestants.
1999 Project Officer/Lecturer (Part Time) Aust. Film Television Radio School, (AFTRS) Melbourne.
Lecturer/Supervising Producer,(Part time) Post Graduate Documentary, Film and Television Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne University.

1998/1999 Associate Producer: PANDORA'S SECRETS for BBC/ Discovery Channel Series Journeys to the Bottom of the Sea. 50 min documentary about an archaeological underwater expedition on the HMS Pandora shipwreck in Far Nth. Queensland Australia.
1998 Attended Sheffield Documentary Film Festival UK and Sharing Stories Co Production Conference Edinburgh.
Writer/Director for THE LAST HARPOON Produced by Hilton/Cordell Pty Ltd. 1 hour documentary about a village in Eastern Indonesia which still survives on subsistence sperm whale hunting. In Development.
Developed THE LONG NECKS. 1 hour Documentary about a Karenni tribe from Burma who are currently being promoted to tourists in Thailand because of their ancient custom of elongating their necks with brass rings. Script Development investment by Film Victoria.
Mentor for two VCA Documentary Graduates
Coordinated Documentary Post Production Workshop at AFTRS.
Coordinated Documentary production workshop in Seoul, Sth Korea. Funded by Australian Embassy, Seoul.

1997 Various lecturing and course coordination at AFTRS; RMIT; Open Channel.
Taught Course on Documentary filmmaking in Beijing, China with 20 participants. Funded by Australian Embassy, Beijing.
Attended MIPTV Cannes, April 97.

1996/1997 Producer/Director MAO'S NEW SUIT a 52 minute documentary about two dynamic young fashion designers who put on their first designer show in Shanghai. 16mm.
Sold to Discovery Channel USA and Latin America, Canada, NHK Japan, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Poland, France and Netherlands to date.

1996 Recipient AUSTRALIAN FILM COMMISSION Documentary Fellowship
1995/1996 Writer/Director SILK AND STEEL (ABCTV). 55 minute documentary about the changing role of women in Indonesia. Producer Electric Pictures WA.
Acting Documentary Manager Film Victoria. Jan-May 95.
Documentary Script and Project assessment.

1994/1995 Producer/Director for THE ISABELLAS - 55 minute Documentary about Chinese boat people in Australia.
(SBSTV) Sold to Premiere Channel Europe; Brazil.

1994 Acted as Documentary Manager Film Victoria. January-June '94.
Script and Program Assessment and State Documentary Policy Development.
Invited to Asian TV Festival, Japan with THE TENTH DANCER

1993 Freelance Research, BBC Arts Program 'Arena'.
Recipient of AFC Travel Grant.
Invited to attend Film Festivals with THE TENTH DANCER in UK; France; New York and Hawaii.
Artist In Residence, Eltham High School

1991/1993 Producer/Director 52 minute documentary THE TENTH DANCER. About two dancers from the Cambodian Dance Company.
Distributed by BBC Worldwide and sold to Discovery Channel USA, Canada, NHK Japan, Canal Plus France, Germany, Spain, Singapore,Taiwan, Hong Kong, and many other territories.

1990 Producer/Director 50 minute documentary SHOWMEN about the lives of travelling show people in outback Australia. (Funded Film Victoria/Aust Film Commission)
Producer/Director 14 minute health education video for Cambodian Community in Sydney

1989 Researcher/Producer for VOX POPULI SBSTV current affairs.
Producer/Director MAYDAY, 30 minute documentary about a Community Arts Festival in Darwin. SBSTV.

1988 Producer/Director BUDDHA WISH ME LUCK, 30 minute documentary about a Thai/Hungarian couple living in Darwin. SBSTV.
1987/1988 Producer - Women Today (NTD8/Imparja TV NT) 25 X 5 min series about women in the Territory.
The series incorporated training 15 women to be producers.
Producer/Director FOR BETTER FOR WORSE, 30 minute documentary about Filipino brides in the Northern Territory. For SBSTV.

1987 Artist In Residence, Sanderson High School Northern Territory.
1985/1986 Researcher/Writer/Editor on several educational documentaries for Victorian Education Department and Film Victoria.
Sessional Lecturer Educational Sociology, Melbourne University.
Freelance Tutor in Video Production, Open Channel
Video Project Officer with Ministry of Education.
Produced Student video magazine with students from over 15 schools in Melbourne's Western region. Helped staff incorporate video production into the curriculum.

1984 Producer/Director PUNCHING KEYS, 20 minute documentary about the effects of technological change on women at work.
PUNCHING KEYS was my Post Graduate film whilst at Swinburne Film & TV School.
Won Best Achievement in Direction, Swinburne Student Awards.

1983 Producer/Director BETTER LIFE THAN THEM, 30 minute documentary about school leavers. Funded by Education Dept.
Highly Commended 1984 ATOM Awards.

1978/1982 Prior to working in video production I was employed in community education and youth affairs at both a local and State level.
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