Audiocraft is the first initiative in Australia to bring together producers from the public, community, and independent radio and podcast sectors.
We want to harness the creative energy and excitement around audio storytelling and build a stronger community of producers across Australia.
Who we are
Kate Montague is the Director and Founder of Audiocraft. Her radio 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. Kate is currently doing a practice led PhD at Macquarie University researching personal storytelling in radio documetaries and podcasts.
Jess Bineth is the Program Manager and Co-Founder of Audiocraft. As a producer for ABC RN she's currently working on the podcast This Is About, and has previously produced for Earshot and PocketDocs. She's also a supervising producer for FBi's All The Best, has produced news and features at 2SER, and using her storytelling skills she's worked on projects with Sydney Storytelling Factory, BighArt and Sydney Architecture Festival.
Andy Huang is Audiocraft's Communications Manager. She has broad interests (art, radio, pop culture) and a varied career in comms to match (writer, editor, curator, producer, marketing coordinator). Places she's worked at include 2SER, Electrofringe, Junkee, TEDxSydney and Vivid Ideas.
Kate Fitzgerald is the Event Manager for Audiocraft. She is currently the Executive Assistant to the MD of Lunatic Entertainment, co-founder and Director of Laneway Festival. Previously, she was the EA to the Director of ABC Radio. Kate has worked in publishing, the arts and for 2SER. She's also a singer and a member of Sydney's Bad Bitch Choir.
Amy Willing is Audiocraft's Events Coordinator. She is a student and aspiring radio maker, and has produced stories for SURGFM. Amy studies Media and languages at Sydney University and manages marketing and communications for 107 Projects in Sydney. She loves storytelling in all its forms.