PRODUCTION ASSISTANT // PETER RABBIT 2 (FEATURE)
January 2019 - Current
As production assistant I was responsible in assisting the producer Jason Bath, VFX and CG Supervisors including Matt Middleton, and the production management team at Animal Logic on the hybrid-CG animated film 'Peter Rabbit 2' while acting as a support for all the involved department supervisors and coordinators, such as Art, Story, Editorial, Assets, Animation, Compositing, Tracking/Layout, FX/CharFX and more.
This role involves calendar management for the entire show as well as for the producers and supervisors, management of weekly new starters across all departments, leave tracking, delivery of various types of assets to the client (Sony Pictures) and director for approval.
PRODUCER // UNBROKEN: AN EXHIBITION (MULTI-ARTFORM)
March 2018 - Current
What started as a documentary series, is now an exhibition with video installation to debut at Midsumma Festival 2019 in the Angela Robarts-Bird Gallery of Gasworks Arts Park.
Inspired by the Japanese art form Kintsugi and employing body painting, photography and documentary filmmaking, Unbroken presents moving personal stories of trauma and vulnerability, transformation and discovery in a uniquely intimate exhibition. Unbroken is an intersectional cultural space for people with experiences of diverse gender and sexuality, race, disability, mental illness, asylum seeking and sexual assault.
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PRODUCER'S ASSISTANT // ACUTE MISFORTUNE (FEATURE)
Nov 2016 - April 2018
The Film adaptation of Erik Jensen's award-winning biography of Adam Cullen is the story of the biographer and his subject, as it descends into a dependent and abusive relationship.
2018 MIFF The Age Critics Award | Best Australian Feature — Winner
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT // THE WESTBURY FAERY (MULTI-PLATFORM+AR)
Nov 2016 - June 2017
The Westbury Faery is an elaborate interactive multiplatform world-building project spanning many forms of media including live action cinematic film, low-fi found footage style viral video, community building across social networks, an interactive website, an Augmented Reality app, live online characters and a beautiful illustrated book of original user-contributed short stories. Exploring the fine line between fiction and truth, this story combines Australian, Canadian and Irish history with folktale set in the 1840s and today.
2017 Shorty Awards | Best Use of Augmented Reality — Winner + Audience Honor
2017 Shorty Awards | Best Use of Emerging Technology — Finalist
2017 AIMIA AMY Digital Media Awards | Best Use of Emerging Technology — Finalist