Stairs

Stairs

Stairs ninclusiStairs2020 – Writer/ProducerFamily12 minutes ABOUT Sonor, is a talented young man who uses a wheelchair. He needs training to land his dream job. When issues of access and the attitudes of others about disabilities threaten to stand in his way, it is his young sister’s love and unwavering support that inspires him to keep going! I produced and developed the inclusive filmmaking program which brought this film to life. I worked with multiple stakeholder and community members to explore how to bring the inclusive filmmaking program I created in Australia to Mongolia. The program...
More than Just a Job

More than Just a Job

More than Just a Job2020 Director/ WriterBranded content – documentary1’40 minute The Council for Intellectual Disability Australia (CID) wanted to create a piece of content that explored the barriers to employment that people with disability face in the jobs market. More than that, they wanted to walk the talk, and ensure the film was inclusively made. I held a 6 week documentary studies program with 6 Bus Stop Films students, where we developed the documentary as well as learned about documentary modes. The end result is an inclusively made film that achieves CIDs objectives...
Grow with Google

Grow with Google

Grow with Google2020 Director/ WriterBranded content2’30 minute ABOUT When you are one of the world’s biggest tech companies, how do you communicate what is happening at a grass roots level? Google Australia wanted to showcase how they are working with Australian organisations to make life a little bit easier. Our friends over at The Hallway engaged my production company, Taste to produce an engaging case study to do just this. It was my privilege to research and write the script and set the direction for the film. To bring this to life I wanted to show the tangible impact...
What Was it Like?

What Was it Like?

Eight adults with intellectual disabilities interview their parents about what it was like when they were children, and specifically the experiences they encountered in the medical and educational systems.