ALEXANDRA HINES  Actor (Dee), Improviser

Alexandra Hines is a Melbourne based actor, comedian, theatre maker and teacher. Alex was a State finalist in the 2017 RAW Comedy Competition as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.  

She has been involved in a number of short and independent films, notably: Rolling Stoned (Cannes Film Festival, 2015) and Forrestgreen (Williamsburg Film Festival 2016). As a theatre maker her successes include: Wildflowers winning Best Play in the Short & Sweet Festival, placing in the National Finals, and The Catalogue Life winning Best Play in the 48 hour play project for FAST Festival 2015.  

Trained in a number of methodologies, Alex also works as a vocal coach and a facilitator of improv, acting and audition workshops for production companies.



CHLOE MARTIN  Actor (Kate), Improviser

Chloe Martin is an Australian actor and artist trained in mime. Raised in rural NSW, Chloe moved to Paris at the age of 23 to complete her training at École Internationale de Théâtre Jacques Lecoq. She returned to Australia in 2017 after a spell at the Groundlings in Los Angeles.

In Europe Chloe co-founded performance company SILEX, with which she created and performed Horizon, a site-specific performance in collaboration with a Dog Republic and Yona Friedman for the Belgian Triennial. She has performed in London and Paris as one half of comedy duo Les Soeurs Souche and toured Romania and India with the Flying Seagulls circus project. In Australia, Chloe has written and performed for production in Melbourne and Sydney. 


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JOSHUA HINE  Actor (Brad)

Josh is a Melbourne based filmmaker, actor and founding member of Melbourne collective Drifters Productions.

Working as an actor in film and TV over the past 8 years Josh has had an informal education in film through practice and passion.

He has performed in notable productions such as ABC Telemovie 'Cliffy' -2014, Winners and Losers - 2016, BFI London film festival selected short 'The Unmoving Mountain' – 2015, Lucian Blomkamp's 'Help Me Out' – 2015 and was the national face of disappointing ya nana in the TAC's anti drug driving commercial. 

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Liam loves comedy in every shape and form, unfortunately his standup is nothing to write home about though, haha :( (Liam is also writing this so why am I writing in the 3rd person??)

Along with some film and TV roles, Liam is has been selling his soul to a number of products on TV and the internet for 5 years now and absolutely loving it. Lots of internet content and also live performance round out Liam's Entertainment resume.

There is a large mop of ginger hair on Liam's head which he is very proud of, because not only is Liam a 'fanta pants' but he can also gain a pretty mean tan in Summer which makes him a very rare individual. 


JESSICA PEARCE  Producer, Creator, Writer

Jessica is an internationally recognised Producer with experience in Feature Film, Short Film and Multi-Platform content. 

In 2014, Jessica began producing with her first feature film The Legend of Ben Hall, which received an Australian cinematic release in 2016. As well as ongoing distribution in Australia with DVD/Blu-Ray sales, streaming platforms and upcoming television release. It went on to receive international release and win multiple awards through international festivals.

She then broke into online content with the web series, Waiting on Sound which received praise for its‘television standard production value’. Jessica also produced a series of critically acclaimed and award-winning short films including Past the Second Stage, Nathan Loves Ricky Martin, Superheroes, Barren and Boy Saviour.

Now, Jessica is focusing on creating further uniquely Australian content and being apart of building the Australian Film industry.

SARAH HICKEY  Director, Writer

Sarah Hickey is a writer/director with a background strongly embedded in music. Having studied a Bachelor of Popular Music at the Queensland Conservatorium of Music, Sarah’s transition into film was via the direction of music videos. Since finding her true love for visual storytelling, Sarah has rapidly become known for ability to conceptualise and execute a wide array of works in the film and advertising space. 

After associate producing web series Waiting on Sound in 2015, she wrote and directed her narrative debut, Barren in 2016 which is currently in the Festival Circuit.

In Sarah’s spare time, you’ll find her walking from Melbourne to Adelaide (yes, that is a thing that happened), writing film scripts, or finding new ways to collaborate with other artists.

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Kristin is an award winning producer and actor. In 2015 she was nominated for a New England Emmy for her short Go Fish and it's promotional value at The Rhode Island International Film Festival.

Her producing work includes all types of multi-platform content including TV series (her latest series for Guerilla Creative and SBS was Shane Delia's Recipe for Life), Documentaries, TVCs, short films/series and web-series. Her last web-series Method won the spotlight award at Melbourne Web Festival last year and just recently sold to Channel Nine.

Kristin loves to create amazing Australian content.


ANG VOGT  Associate Producer

Ang Vogt has had an illustrious career working in the entertainment industry as a publicist and promotions manager and is a master at building brands for the likes of Kyle & Jackie O, Foo Fighters, Paul Kelly and Ben Harper whilst at Virgin Records, Mushroom Records and Sydney’s 2Day FM. 

The last ten years Ang has been championing indie filmmakers to help create a public presence for their unique voices for some remarkable filmmakers and festivals like Heart of Gold International Film Festival; Claudia Pickering - Frisky; Jason van Genderen Tropfest + Sundance winner; Justin Dillon - Made in a Free World; Hailey Bartholomew - 365 Grateful; and Heritage HM international film distributors.

Completing the Foundations Filmmaking course at the VCA in 2015, Ang has taken her organisational, talent management and event management skill set onto set in the roles of 1st Assistant Director for Cult Girls an indie feature currently in post, 2nd AD on Jump! a VCA Masters graduating short and Producer for electronica pop artist Inka Wood’s single Kings And Queens currently in post production.

Since completing VCA, Ang has worked on a plethora of short films and TVC’s in the roles of 1st AD, Best Boy, Sound Recordist, Production Manager and runner.

JOSH MITCHELL-FREY  Director of Photography

Josh Mitchell-Frey is a cinematographer based in Melbourne.

Since 2011, Josh has worked as cinematographer and company director at Monster & Bear, a video production company specialising in TVCs, branded content and music videos.

Over the last 5 years, Josh has shot over 30 short films, including Tropfest 2013 finalist The Hustle, independent short film Black & White Lines (Long Island International Film Expo 2013, Indie Fest USA), VCA film Jack & Sally (Palm Beach International Film Festival 2014), Deakin Masters film CUT (American Online Film Awards 2014) and Swinburne film Disappear (Best graduating film 2013).

He has worked with many different cameras and shooting formats — from Super 16 and 8mm film to ultra high-definition digital cinema cameras. Across all formats, Josh sees cinematography as the space where art and science converge, and strives to create stunning visuals and powerful stories through their mastery.

MELINDA CLUER  Costume Designer

Melinda Cluer is a costume designer and stylist, currently based in Melbourne, Australia.
After completing studies in fashion and textiles at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, she spent three years living and working in New York and London. During this time she gained experience both in fashion and the performing arts, which validated her passion for costume and the role it plays in bringing a story to life.

Since returning to Australia, Melinda has worked as costume designer on a range of productions for upcoming filmmakers, while also pursuing her own projects in the areas of fashion and wearable art.

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SASHA DALTON  Production Designer

Sasha is a Melbourne based art director whose training ground was a childhood of making movies with friends who also never outgrew the magic of it. 

Coming from an assistant directing background, the discovery that logistics skills could have a more creative output than callsheets would set her on the path to the wonderfull world of the art department. 

Sasha’s work includes short films, corporate, music videos and three Australian feature films - Arrowhead, The Legend of Ben Hall and Quanta (currently in post). 

Sasha is a qualified Auslan interpreter and  has headed up Sign Language Video Production at Vicdeaf since 2008.