Growing up in Tasmania, and graduating from the VCA Film School in Melbourne, Briony has made numerous short films and wrote the script for the acclaimed short animation Sam and Piccolo.
She wrote and directed her first full-length play in 2011, Death By Television, a black comedy about the effect of pop culture on the individual. In 2012, with Rebecca Thomson, Briony founded the Stranger With My Face Horror Film Festival.
Briony has several feature film projects in development as a writer/director, including a psychological ghost story called Salt of the Earth and a "giallo" style horror film.
After completing a Bachelor of Architecture with Honours in 1999, Adam worked as a designer in theatre, events and film in Sydney and Hobart. In 2001, Adam established Adam Walker Film (AWF) to develop digital film projects.
In recent years, Adam's team has repeatedly been recognised for its creative and technical achievements. On a personal level, Adam has established a reputation as an innovator in his field, as well as an advocate for the continuing development of the film and game industry in Tasmania.
Marcus Dineen is a graduate of the VCA School of Film and Television. He has been working professionally as a cinematograpaher on commercials (including Myer, Alannah Hill and Peter MacCallum), music videos and short films (The Cypriot, Shadehouse Mechanic) for a number of years. Marcus recently shot the low budget genre feature Bad Habits, and directed the short film The Winking Boy.
Heath Brown studied composition at the Tasmanian Conservatorium of Music from 2005 to 2008 with Professor Douglas Knehans as well as Constanine Koukias and Don Kay. He has provided scores for short films including Stripped Bare, Wounded, Dish Communication and the feature film El Monstro Del Mar. He has also provided incidental music for a number of stage productions, is a published composer of concert music and perofrms regularly as a jazz guitarist.
Sean is a Melbourne based visual artist working across the mediums of drawing, photography and video. He has exhibited in both solo and group exhibitions in Australia and Internationally, including Swoon at the Australian Centre of Contemporary Art and NGV International. He has worked on costume and styling for video artist David Rosetzky: Justine (2000), Weekender (2001), Portrait of Cate Blanchett (2008) and an untitled work in 2010.
Madeline is a graduate of the Canberra School of Art where she studied painting. She has worked on projects including short films Meeting Shark (2001) and Starring Xavier (2003) and theatre production Gigoloed! for Melbourne Fringe (2006). Her most recent solo exhibition was Cruise Collection at The Narrows in Melbourne.
In 2011 she curated the exhibition Sushichampagnepaintinsculpture and had work at Milani Gallery, Platform Contemporary Art Space and Pieces of Eight.
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