I produced this video for Ways of Change. La Kyat is Kayan from Burma/Myanmar. He lives in Ban Nai Soi in a small village for refugees in north west Thailand. La Kyat is the village chief. He makes brass jewellery like his father and grandfather did, but he hopes that his children will have the opportunity to get an education.
Aye Mee is Kayah from Burma/Myanmar. She came to Thailand as a refugee when she was a teenager. She lives with her family in Huey Pu Keng, a small village set up for refugees in the north west of Thailand. This profile video was produced for Ways of Change.
We don't get tired of this is the first film I made. I created it with my friend Anna Jones as part of our Post Graduate Diploma. We noticed there were two old men who sat on the Pier at St. Kilda every single day. We were intrigued by them and wanted to hear their story.
I was inspired to make Mobile Narratives after noticing how much misunderstanding can be caused by text messages. Because voice tone is missing, a text message can be sent with one meaning and read with another all together.
I co-produced this film for ABC Radio National's Earshot program. It follows teenaged girls from a Catholic high school on a field trip to different religious institutions around one country town in Australia.
I produced this audio documentary at the Transom 2015 Story Workshop in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It is the story of a 'nearly homeless' father and daughter who live together in a single motel room.
I created this film for Kayan Community Development Services to use as a crowdfunding video. Children in Middle Kayan region have to walk extremely long distances to go to school, meaning that most children do not finish. This crowdfunding campaign raised money to build a boarding house to allow children to go to school. The campaign was a success.
La Tuang lives in Huey Pu Keng, a small village for refugees in the north west of Thailand. This video is part of a package of profile videos I produced for Ways of Change, a social enterprise working with refugee artisans on the Thailand/Burma border.
I produced this audio arts feature at the Transom Spring 2015 Storytelling Workshop.