Producer, Writer, Director, Fixer
My career spans 20+ years in television as a series, post and field producer, director, writer, researcher and fixer. I specialise in documentary and factual television, but have worked across all genres. I have international and domestic experience on large and small scale productions. Broadcasters include Discovery Networks, National Geographic, RTL, BBC, ABC, SBS, Nine, Ten, and Seven networks. After many years living in Sydney, I am now back in my hometown of Hobart and work with excellent local crews.
Latrobe Tasmania, Australia
Paul Moran is a Scottish creative producer living in North West Tasmania. After graduating with BA(Hons) in Filmmaking & Screenwriting Paul found soon found himself settling on the other side of the planet, but a notorious Scottish sensibility followed him to Tasmania where he found a palpable resonance with his homeland.
Having produced several internationally screened and award-winning short films, Paul became a recipient of Screen Australia Enterprise funding, securing a placement at Blue Rocket Productions to be mentored as a creative producer. In this period Paul has worked as an associate producer on kids animated series, Dumbotz , for Nine Network and has produced a short documentary, Sidelines , for SBS and animated comedy web-series, Moments of Clarity, as well as working on several other projects across the company’s slate.
As a gregarious lover of people, places and the stories that lie intertwined within them, Paul actively seeks to combine his passions and open view of the world with his imperative for telling screen stories. Paul has been selected as one of Screen Producers Australia’s “Ones to Watch.”
Hobart Tasmania, Australia
I have worked professionally as a camera operator in news, sport and production for 6 years. I have also produced and/or collaborated on dozens of short films.
Animator. Editor. Visual effects artist. Model maker.
Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
Vivien is experienced as an assistant editor for drama/documentary, an animatic editor for animation and in visual effects as a lead compositor. She is also skilled in storyboarding with a strong background in continuity and experience visualising complex sequences in After Effects.
Other professional experience includes directing and editing web promo and behind the scenes content, including for the ABC.
Parallel to her production work Vivien has directed and produced independent 2D and stop motion animation including "A Girl Needs A Bike" which screened at twenty international film festivals including Melbourne International Animation Festival. She has an MA from the Royal College of Art, London (2019) and experience developing AR and VR experiences.