Patrick Clair is an LA based screen director who specialises in motion design, music visuals and information graphics. He directed the 90 second main title sequence of HBO’s True Detective, which won him an Emmy Award for outstanding main title design last year.
Louise Bennett is a visual artist whose creative work examines human experience in an increasingly digital environment. It is the tension in the screens presence that drives her exploration.
After gaining his Diploma of Architecture in 1973, John’s career path led to the UK, where he has built an impressive portfolio of sport and leisure projects in Britain, Europe, UAE, Russia and South Africa.
The importance of digital-only documentaries is evolving as the importance of video content for online communication continues to grow. Brodie Poole has created a heartfelt human documentary and has proven with its success that there is a growing audience in this space.
Rod Sheard is a Senior Principal and founder of global architecture firm Populous.
It’s 8pm in Hell’s Kitchen, New York, and the wailing sounds of sirens can be heard outside the apartment building, located seven blocks from central park. Brisbane born and bred Anna Stodart has her roommate’s dog on her lap as she discusses via Skype how she came to work in one of the most difficult industries in one of the world’s most demanding cities.
Anna Stodart is a music publicist at GoLightly Media in New York city.
Dance as a medium of expression gives an audience a powerful experience through their own interpretations. That is the message I took away from talking with performer, choreographer and director Lisa Wilson.
Patrick Clair is creative director of Antibody based in Sydney, which is a production studio that specialises in combining storytelling and powerful visuals.