We catch up with the diversity champion and founder of Bus Stop Films and Taste Creative. Growing up Genevieve always knew she wanted to be a storyteller. While studying at the University of Technology Sydney she was given the opportunity to make a documentary for Down Syndrome NSW, a move which ultimately changed the course of her career. Genevieve realised the serious lack of representation of people with disabilities in media and was inspired to create the short film ‘Be My Brother,’ which won Tropfest in 2009.read more
Finalists in this year’s The Australian Financial Review 100 Women of Influence Awards are champions of reinvention and possess broad skillsets they can adapt to different roles in their quest to influence change in business and society.read more
At B&T, We are staunch believers that every woman and her achievements should be celebrated, every day and always.read more
Genevieve Clay-Smith is currently working on her first feature film, Baby Cat, in development with Screen Australia and changing the film industry while she’s at it.read more
Genevieve and Henry chat about what it’s like being married and running a creative business together on The Hook Up.read more
Genevieve Clay-Smith is the co-founder of Bus Stop Films, a not-for-profit film school providing education and professional filmmaking skills and job opportunities for people with disability. She’s this week’s Changemaker.read more
Bus Stop Films CEO and co-founder Genevieve Clay-Smith is the winner of the 2019 Telstra Australian Business Women’s Emerging Leader Award.read more
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