The first ‘Portrait’ has been created. This portrait is of the historian Judith Buckrich. Over the next couple of years I shall create a series of portraits of women. Once i have a few i will then create an installation with them. A Portrait of Judith Buckrich Everyone has a past.

Victoria Law Foundation fund “Legal Briefs”

The new Snodger Media TV series “Legal Briefs” will look at Australian law. It is presented by Lizzie O’Shea. Catherine Gough-Brady is the directer and editor. Victoria Law Foundation have funded this production. You can watch a trailer here: http://legalbriefs.com.au/

Culture Victoria fund “Three Photographers”

Culture Victoria have funded Snodger Media to create two short films to be made in conjunction with photographers Koo Bohnchang and William Yang, and curator Catherine Croll. Creative Clunes are the producers of the project. Catherine Gough-Brady will be directing and editing the films.

ABC TV purchase “A Journey Through Asian Art”

ABC TV will begin broadcasting A Journey Through Asian Art on July 25, 2014. Catherine Gough-Brady directed and edited the series. The presenter and interviewer is Alison Carroll. Seoul Film Commission and Film Victoria provided financial support for the development of the A Journey Through Asian Art. Asia Education Foundation provided production funding. The website for the series is at: …

Creating the journey

I was at the point in my career when I had become confident enough with the radio documentary form to start experimenting and pushing the boundaries of how the form can be shaped. I could do this, or I could fall into patterns of familiarity. So I set myself a challenge, to burn my normal set of paradigms and scatter …

Waltzing with Matilda

Radio interviews from the 1970s and 80s with Christina Stead reveal as much about Australia as they do about Christina. In the ABC radio archives, and at the National Library of Australia and National Film and Sound Archive there are hours of taped interviews with the novelist Christina Stead. More than enough for her to speak from beyond the grave. …

Calling all listeners

There is something very exciting happening in the suburbs of Melbourne. A new kind of radio experience is emerging. On the 16th of February, around 35 radio enthusiasts huddled in the foyer of the Brunswick Mechanics Institute. They entered a darkened theatre and listened to audio. These events are called In the Dark. A couple of weeks earlier, a dozen …