The Audiocraft Agency connects you to some of Australia’s finest audio makers.
The Audiocraft Agency connects you to some of Australia’s finest audio makers.
Bec Fary produces the independent podcast SleepTalker, and is the Victorian State Coordinator for All The Best. As a freelance audio producer, Bec has contributed to Better Off Dead, The Messenger and the Dumbo Feather podcast. She also teaches broadcasting skills and has spoken about radio podcast production at numerous events.
Crafty at: podcasting, project management, audio producing, audio editing, writing, sound design, training, interviewing, and research.
Interested in: Sleep, mental health, health, science, environment and sustainability, arts and culture, literature, music, history, feminism and gender, human rights and social affairs.
Listen to Bec's work HERE.
Catherine Freyne is an award-winning historian and audio producer. She worked at the ABC as a researcher, reporter and radio features producer for 13 years. Her audio documentaries won the NSW Premier’s History Award in 2012 and 2014. She has developed multimedia history content for the City of Sydney, ABC Innovation, Think+DO Tank and the Dictionary of Sydney.
Crafty at: executive producing, audio editing, sound design, research, writing, and creative project management.
Interested in: history, mysteries, liminal spaces, true stories, archives, biography, underdogs, Straya, and folding the past and present through sound.
Listen to Catherine's work HERE.
Camilla Hannan is an expert audio producer who works across radio, podcasting, gallery installations and public art projects. She’s an ideas-generator and has developed content on a wide range of topics including astronomy, blood, city landscapes and sonic warfare. Her clients include the ABC, SBS, the National Gallery of Victoria, RMIT and Melbourne University.
Crafty at: executive producing, creative project management, sound art, sound design, audio imaging, audio editing, training, research, and writing.
Interested in: creative sound, singing trains, Melanesian storytelling and taking new audio adventures.
Listen to Camilla's work HERE.
Sophie Harper produces the indie podcast Not By Accident, an audio documentary series about choosing to become a single mother and coping with being one. She’s a highly experienced audio producer, editor, researcher and writer. She has also worked as an independent documentary filmmaker, arts administrator and manager, and senior lecturer in documentary production.
Crafty at: podcasting, executive producing, documentary storytelling, audio editing, training, research, and writing.
Interested in: GLBTI stories, creativity, politics, media, food and cooking, health, education, history, current affairs, business, language, art and design, and personal stories with empathy and heart.
Listen to Sophie's work HERE.
Jennifer Macey is a journalist and radio producer with more than 15 years’ experience. Her work has aired on the ABC’s AM, PM and The World Today programs, DW-Radio, BBC and Pacifica Radio. She won the judge’s pick in the Audiocraft 2016 short feature challenge and third prize in KCRW’s 24-hour Radio Race 2016. Jennifer’s podcast productions include the Australia Institute’s Follow The Money and the Sydney Opera House’s This Kid Life.
Crafty at: podcasting, executive producing, audio editing, research, writing.
Interested in: the environment, economics, social justice, foreign affairs, kids and family stories, oral history, documentary and going off track in the pursuit of a good story and good sound.
Listen to Jennifer's work HERE.
James Milsom is a producer and musician, working on projects as composer, producer, presenter and sound designer. He is the presenter and producer of world-renowned legal podcast series The Rule Book, which echoes his first career as a criminal lawyer. James' songwriting, composition and sound designs have been featured in commercial video productions, documentaries, multimedia pieces and more.
Crafty at: podcasting, music composition, sound engineering, sound design, audio editing, research.
Interested in: true crime, electronic music, film scores, and found sounds.
Listen to James' work HERE.
Kate Montague is the Director and Founder of Audiocraft. Her work has featured on ABC RN’s Pocketdocs, Earshot and Long Story Short programs, NPR’s Snap Judgement, FBi Radio’s All The Best, and online publications such as Narratively. She has also produced audio content for exhibitions such as The Pool – a project for the 2016 Venice Biennale of Architecture. Kate is currently doing a practice-led PhD in radio, and teaches audio production.
Crafty at: executive producing and project management, producing, interviewing, audio editing, sound design, writing, research, teaching/training,
Interested in: documentary, personal narratives, social justice, business, community stories, and spending time with storytellers and capturing moments of honesty on tape.
Listen to Kate's work HERE.
Cinnamon Nippard is a journalist and a producer for Kinderling Conversation. She produced Kinderling’s Screen Free Challenge in 2016 and has made radio features for Deutsche Welle, ABC Radio National and Triple J, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Radio Netherlands, Free Speech Radio News, Deutschland Radio Kultur and Monocle 24. Cinnamon has covered current affairs, street art, music, culture, human rights, science and technology, sustainability, parenting, to health and wellbeing.
Crafty at: executive producing, documentary, interviewing, field recording, audio editing, sound design, writing, research.
Interested in: science and technology, education, culture, electronic music, art, sustainability, cities, feminism, social justice, mindfulness, health, the future of work.
Listen to Cinnamon's work HERE.
Hannah Reich is a radio documentary producer, editor, screenwriter, and researcher. She is a producer for The Messenger podcast and has made documentaries for ABC RN’s Earshot, CBAA, and FBi Radio’s All The Best. She also works as a story consultant for documentary films, and is currently developing a fictional web series based on one of her audio features.
Crafty at: radio documentaries, script writing, story planning and development, research, audio editing, and training.
Interested in: stories about culture and identity, feminism, climate change/the environment, inner conflict, growing up, and those moments that change everything.
Listen to Hannah's work HERE.
Olivia Rosenman is a journalist, broadcaster, and the Executive Producer of Fourth Estate – a weekly radio show on 2SER in Sydney. She has worked as a reporter for the South China Morning Post and Storyful News Agency in Hong Kong, and her freelance work has appeared in DestinAsian Magazine, China Media Project and The Telegraph (UK). She was a founding member of Hong Kong Stories, where she ran workshops and produced monthly storytelling nights.
Crafty at: podcasting, research, writing, audio editing, interviewing, live storytelling workshops, speaking Chinese and French.
Interested in: humans, cultural practises, the politics and culture of food, news/the media, and China.
Listen to Olivia's work HERE.
Selena Shannon is Executive Producer of All The Best, a national storytelling and documentary program. Her radio work has featured on ABC RN’s Earshot, FBi Radio’s Backchat, and she has done tape syncs and research for several high-profile shows including NPR's The Big Listen, BBC 4, and Snap Judgment. Selena also teaches podcasting and radio at festivals and schools.
Crafty at: producing, audio editing, field recording, interviewing, research, scripting, and podcast training.
Interested in: personal narratives, politics, Australian characters, women, young people, peculiar and wacky radio, music, radio journalism, activism, soundscapes, nature stories, and finding new ways to tell great stories with sound.
Listen to Selena's work HERE.