I recently caught up with Good Morning CEOs Eirik Fjellaksel and Alex Svaetichin to discuss their digital strategy, the importance of an innovative attitude towards technology, and how to stay relevant when competing against a world of information and traditional agencies. I was not expecting some of that answer to lie in the making of a mechanical rodeo cow controlled by a smartphone…
With new technologies constantly competing for audience attention, how can writers be heard? Grace Kirk speaks to prodigious writer Benjamin Law about remaining relevant in a fragmented world.
Dave Sleswick is a Brisbane based producer and is director of his founded company Motherboard Productions.
Jeremy Neidick is a postgraduate student at QUT whose PhD is centred on a combination of Korean cultural studies, applied theatre and dance, which intersected in the Motherboard Productions theatre piece, Deluge: 물의기억.
Damian Thompson is a landscape architect director at Brisbane based multidisciplinary design studio Lat27.
Lisa Wilson is a successful dancer, choreographer and independent artist, she is currently creative director of her own independent practice, Lisa Wilson Projects.
Recent QUT graduate Brodie Poole received the Young Australian Filmaker of the year award at the Byron Bay Film Festival in 2015 for his short documentary titled 'The Flight of the Buffalo'.
Tomer Garzberg is a digital media entrepreneur who specialises in growth hacking.
Benjamin Law is a Sydney-based journalist, columnist, screen writer and author.