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My name's Adele. I’m a graphic designer with a strong interest in branding and design for the arts and culture sector, who is passionate about promoting community, not commodity.
I've collaborated with clients ranging from small businesses to fashion brands to major arts organisations.
My design embraces bright colours and eccentric type to create bold and edgy, yet accessible and fun outcomes.
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Alicia began working in film after training and working in sound engineering and broadcast engineering at Channel Four UK. Her editorial experience ranges from Feature Films and Television to Commercial work and Music Videos. She’s collaborated on substantial projects as an Editor, VFX Editor, Assistant Editor and Post-Production supervisor.
Alicia is interested in the opportunities that exist in the creative, technical and logistical areas of filmmaking and is extremely proficient at devising and delivering complex workflows and adapting new and established technologies to suit any project.
Her Editorial credits include The Thin Red Line, Holy Smoke, Farscape, Anacondas, Paranoia, Blood Diamond, Knowing and the Academy Award-winning Happy Feet. After many successful years on live action projects, she gravitated toward Animation and was editor of the Emmy award winning series Animalia, and Associate Editor on Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole. She has also spent time working with emerging practitioners as an Editing Mentor for Screen Australia’s development workshops and teaches at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School in Sydney.
Alicia is a professional member of the Australian Screen Editors Guild, and a credentialled member of the Australian Cinema Pioneers.
Ashe's art practice is conceptually based and deeply rooted in exploring the politics of belongingness and the human condition. He creates works that are both poetic and evocative, delving into the emotional intricacies of the human experience and exploring the complexities and nuances of identity, belonging, and marginalisation. Ashe is focused is on extending his installation practice into new forms of expression and territories, by fusing live static performative gestures and the ready-made with various mediums such as photography, sculpture, text, and video. This approach allows him to create dynamic and multi-layered works that engage the viewer on numerous levels, both visually and conceptually. Ashe’s practice questions our broken social systems and reflects on the ongoing search for a sense of belonging in contemporary society, highlighting the vulnerability that comes with it.
Ashe graduated from Sydney College of the Arts with a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Photography) in 1995, and a Masters of Contemporary Art (with distinction) from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2014. Ashe has held solo exhibitions at VOID_Melbourne, MAMA (Murray Art Museum Albury), Kings ARI, Blindside Gallery and BUS Projects. He has also participated in numerous group exhibitions across Australia, and internationally, at Parliament House Australia, Canberra; Museum of Australian Photography (MAPh), Melbourne; Lehrter Siebzehn, Berlin; tête, Berlin; Enjoy Public Art Gallery, Wellington; HOTA, Gold Coast; The Substation, Newport; Plimsoll Gallery, Hobart; Campbelltown Arts Centre, Campbelltown; and Araluen Gallery, Alice Springs. Ashe has received funding from the Australia Council for the Arts and Regional Arts Victoria for the development of his practice. He was the recipient of the Ian Potter Cultural Trust Emerging Artist Grant in 2014 and the National Gallery of Victoria Women's Association Award in 2013. His work has been selected as finalist in awards including, Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award, Incinerator Art Award-Art for Social Change, Bowness Photography Prize and the Josephine Ulrick and Win Schubert Photography Award. Ashe was artist-in-residence at Picture Berlin (2014) in Berlin (DE) and for the Laughing Waters Artist Residency Program (2013) in Eltham (AU).
I explore notions of hybridity through sculpture, ceramics, painting, installation and moving image. I am interested in the abject, hybrid and monstrous body. My work delves into the body as material, polyphonic voice and relational multiplicities embedded in cultural and environmental ecosystems. In these times of ecological crisis, I seek to rupture perceptions of a distinct individual self, and question notions of the defined. Unearthing obscured stories, my practice provokes conversation about cultural, political, and societal transformation.
Through materials and process, I reach into the mythologies and symbolic languages of my mixed eastern and western cultural heritage to explore transformation. Drawing on science, ecology and imagination, I incorporate personal biographies and cross-cultural mythologies of decay, ritual and regeneration into chimeric conglomerations and hybrid beings. With my mixed Anglo-Indian-Australian and culturally Deaf heritages, as a hearing, bilingual (Auslan-English) artist, I consider how hyphenated ways of being may queer dominant paradigms and give rise to potential new narratives.
I create commissioned private and public artwork, produce exhibitions and offer writing services.
Helen Newman, creator of Nomad Films, is a multi-award winning Australian filmmaker and video artist whose work over the last 20 years has taken her around the globe gathering stories from the inspiring to the heartbreaking.
FILMMAKER: As both producer and director on film projects from short form to feature length documentaries Helen has a broad knowledge of both the creative and practical qualities needed to bring a film project to life.
Helen’s documentaries have screened on ABC TV, ABC iView, NITV and at a range of national and international film festivals.
VIDEO ARTIST: Helen has collaborated with a variety of performance, visual, animation and sound artists to create a varied collection of multi-platform, site specific and performance-based works.
Her projection works have played at festivals and exhibitions in Albury, Wodonga, Wagga, Chiltern, Beechworth and Bago state forest. Her 360 immersive work, Pygmy 360, was short-listed for Vivid, Sydney, 2020.
PROJECT MANAGER: Helen also has experience as project manager for arts based projects and was Creative Director for the hugely successful Limelight: Art, Science, Light event in 2022.
Karen is a digital Surface Pattern Designer and Artist who loves to work with colour. She creates seamless repeat patterns for fabrics, homewares and Fashion Designers and other creatives.
Karen’s patterns are available for a 12 month non-exclusive license in JPEG and TIFF formats.
You can purchase her patterns on various fabrics online at both Hello Friend Fabrics in Melbourne and Cloth Cuts Co Artist Marketplace in QLD.
She has online print on demand shops at Redbubble and Society6 where you can buy her original art on prints, greeting cards and homewares.
Contact Karen to licence her art or for collaboration opportunities.
Parallel Wilds: an immersive and empowering 3D platform for youth, featuring creative writing, digital photography and videography, cosplay and modelling, 3D and drone imagery,
and sound composition. This innovative convergence of artforms allows youth to express self-identity in the natural world, to create a speculative universe on the future of wilderness,
set in the year 2050. For more information contact Craig Dent via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Studio GLDN is a creative consultancy that works across a spectrum of clients in visual arts, design, retail and hospitality.
Generating an authentic dialogue between our clients and the culture that surrounds them, we take a strategic and integrated approach to shaping and communicating the unique, creative visions of the people and brands we work with.
Based in Beechworth, Australia, we work closely with clients – big and small, cultural and commercial, established and starting – to translate their ideas into authentic visuals that are both engaging and memorable. We believe in the power of design as a strategic tool to develop and evolve businesses and work closely with you to define and realise your goals.
Our work takes many forms of delivery: from design to content strategy and rollout, art direction, photography, motion, brand development, identity and storytelling.
Rich in intent, we create with purpose.
Local client list: Billson's Brewery, Brown Brothers, Beechworth Honey, Milawa Cheese, Lake Moodemere, Beechworth Books, Walter Hair Salon, Murray Arts.
Threefold Studio is a photography and videography company that specialises in creating digital content to elevate your business and brand. We are dedicated to providing exceptional service and are detail-obsessed, ensuring that our work stands apart from the rest. We offer a wide ranges of services including
– Video Production
– Real Estate Marketing
– Website + Social Media Content
– Website Design
– Commercial Photography
– Architectural Photography
– Lifestyle + Product Photography
– Portrait Photography
– Drone Photography + Video (CASA Certified)
At Threefold Studio, we take pride in our work and are passionate about helping businesses achieve their goals through exceptional digital content. Contact us today to learn how we can help elevate your brand.