GENTRIFICATION

In Melbourne's rapidly gentrifying inner west, one pub owner is turning away apartment developers knocking on his door. We meet the characters who call The Footscray Hotel home.


       
     
EIGHT SECONDS

We spent some time with Australia's top bull riders in the lead up to one of the country's biggest bull riding events.

       
     
AUSTRALIA'S MOST RENOWNED ESCORT

Feminist, sex worker, mother, business woman: there are a lot of ways to describe Madison Ashton. She shares her life story on The Feed.

       
     
THE DJINDERS

Grafton in northern NSW has a steadily increasing problem with domestic and family violence. The Djinders are a group of women trying to stop the problem once and for all.

Edited by me.

       
     
FESTIVAL HARRASSMENT

After a spate of reported sexual assaults at festivals over the summer, the music industry is scrambling to prove their events are safe places for women.

Edited by me.

       
     
BLACK RHINO

Jamy Alex went from being a Sudanese refugee, living on the streets, being charged for kidnapping, to starting a basketball club to help young people like him.

       
     
GUNS & ROSES

The women of competitive shooting.

       
     
WIRADJURI HIGH

Keeping Indigenous Culture & Language alive in Australian Schools.

Edited by me.

       
     
YOUNG DOCTORS

The Indigenous-led Young Doctors program trains primary school students to be health ambassadors in their local communities.

Edited by me.

       
     
HIDDEN INJURY

How would you cope surviving a car accident only to be faced with the reality of living with a traumatic brain injury? We meet the 20-something man who is doing just that.

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SENIOR HOUSEMATES

Meet 20 and 30-something’s share-house living with people in their 60s.

*Please note: I filmed the second group featured and the expert interview + overlay, not the first group featured.

       
     
ROCK STAR

Meet one of Australia's best female rock climbers. She's 13.

       
     
FREE TO FEED

FreetoFeed employs asylum seekers to cook their national food and share their stories in people’s homes and at cafes.

Edited by me.