Hunter Page-Lochard. Film still for The National Treasures Clip'D Series 2017 : Zoë Porter

Hunter Page-Lochard. The Midnight Prince.

“Believing in yourself and in your dream is a hard thing to keep constant, as especially in this generation, the distractions are endless”
The Hunter Page-Lochard Interview and short film ‘Midnight Man’ Words by Nick Cave (permission kindly granted)
*Australian Film Festival Nomination*.

Ryan Corr

Cool to the Corr

“It was a dark time, I still think of it often, it’s the kind of thing that haunts you if you let it and it’s also the kind of thing that changes you forever”
The Ryan Corr Interview and short film ‘Supernaturally’ Words by Nick Cave (Permission kindly granted)
*Australian Film Festival Nomination*

Kathy Lette. Uncrushable. From Cronulla to Feminist Crusader

Did you ever actually fetch a Chiko Roll for a surfer?
“Yes, sadly I did. Surfie girls were second glass citizens. I’m just glad I sneaked a bite out of it on the way back up the beach”
“On the other hand though, I do so love a man who can shoot from the lip, triple an entendre and give a little punniligus”

Kathy Lette, Queen of Wit, author of Puberty Blues and a tonne of other great stuff.

Alyssa McClelland. A Perfect Sense of Direction.

“Film is an art form that simply needs proper budgets to bring ideas to life so it can be a long road but a good script is worth the journey and the adventure” The Alyssa McClelland Interview

Neale Whitaker by Graham Jepson for The National Treasures Series : Zoë Porter

Neale Whitaker. Small Town Boy

“At the Taboo club in London in the mid 80’s you could rub shoulders with Boy George and Lee Bowery. Camden’s Black Cap for drag. ARQ in Sydney was where i first took my shirt off on a dance floor.”
The Neale Whitaker Interview

Claudia Karvan for The National Treasures Series. Photographer Toby Burrows Location - The Wayside Chapel Op Shop, Sydney

Claudia Karvan. The Wonderful Waysider

The Claudia Karvan Interview and Photo Shoot
“I’ve been involved with the Wayside Chapel since 2006. I got involved because of Graham Long the CEO of Wayside. His patient, non-judgmental philosophies are life-affirming and create a lot of joy and opportunity for people at their lowest ebb. His Christmas Day where Wayside closes off the street and feed over 1000 people is what Christmas Day is all about”