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Malinda Rutter

CREATIVE
DIRECTOR AND HEAD OF PRODUCTION

MALINDA'S  work has won many awards and she is a founding member of Wyhldfisch. The experience she has amassed over the past 30 plus years is jaw dropping. She has worked extensively overseas including the USA, and is as comfortable working on death row in a 3rd world prison as she is directing high end TVC's. 

Malinda has a good eye, a quick wit, loves to cut through the baloney to get to the point and is AMAZING with talent. She has directed over 80 hours of broadcast TV.

View Malinda's Directors showreel here.

 
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sharon huston

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

SHARON is the Co-Owner and frankly the boss of everything! Her dynamic career began in the advertising industry over 20 years ago when she worked with brands such as Vogue and Radio 2UE among other multimedia giants.

Her tact and soft-spoken manner steers the ship as she keeps both the hard-nosed producers as well as the flamboyant directors deliriously happy. We have no idea how she does it!

 

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SCOTT PATTERSON

SCOTT PATTERSON has over twenty years experience as a Producer, Director and Editor in corporate, advertising and film production, whose work as a director has been screened across the globe in Cannes, New York and Venice. Scott is also a very accomplished editor with several awards and nominations, including winner of the 2004 New York International Film Festival's 'Best International Feature Film' for 'The Crop' and winner of the 1999 AWGIE Awards for 'Best Screen Play' for his work on 'A Wreck, A Tangle'. 

 

View Scott's showreel here.

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MATT PRIESTLEY

MATT PRIESTLEY is a visual artist, film maker, traditional dancer, song writer, theatre director, CCD facilitator and a yidaki didgeridoo player! He has a long history of working with both contemporary and traditional indigenous media. Matt was the principal artist of CCD organisation ‘BigHart’ and won an AFI laureate in 1991 for his short film ‘Hurt’. Acclaimed in both the indigenous and non-indigenous arts industry as a traditional and visual artist, Matt works across all media platforms to communicate a powerful message of indigenous cultural sustainability and development. 

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JAMIE ROBERTSON

JAMIE ROBERTSON is one of those Writer, Director, Content Producer dudes who wears several hats with equal aplomb. He has directed over 200 TVC's, numerous documentaries and also worked on productions for companies such as DreamWorks, Aardman Animations and Framestore. Jamie's impressive documentary work includes 'Wild China' and  'Deadly Women', both of which are currently airing on Netflix Australia. Jamie has also won the Gold Mobius Award with a Certificate of Outstanding Creativity in the New York International Advertising Awards, and has been nominated as a finalist in the Montreaux Film Festival. 

View Jamie's showreel here.


 
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GREGG MASUAK

GREGG MASUAK is a Director lives between London, LA and Sydney, as you do! Gregg is one of the world’s leading hair, beauty and music video Directors and an exceptional performance and drama director to boot. Just ask Penelope Cruz, Victoria Beckham or our Kylie – he’s worked with them all!

View Gregg's showreel here.

 
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ROB DUPEAR

ROB DUPEAR is a Director who works all throughout Australasia. He has loads of CGI experience and shoots both short and long form. From a young age Rob worked on music videos for notable Australian bands including Midnight Oil and Rose Tattoo. He is best known for his Nissan and Mountain Dew campaigns in China.  

View Rob's showreel here

 

 
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ANDREW PSARIANOS

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER

Andrew as over 30 years experience in the film industry. He brings global knowledge and forward-thinking vision to all projects.

 
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BROOKE LAGANA

CREATIVE PRODUCER

Brooke has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (major in Film, Television & New Media Production). She came to us after a stint working within the Dentsu Aegis global agency network in Sydney.