Category: 03 – Profiles Pages

Mick Eady

Mick is the Director of Photography with a portfolio of work ranging from documentaries filmed in the slums of India to iconic locations throughout Australia, the USA, UK and the Middle East.

He shoots television commercials, international formats and television series broadcast around the world, as well short and feature films.

Credits include Trust (feature film), Everytown Downunder (travel series), Taste of Australia with Lyndey Milan (food series), Let Hope Rise (feature documentary), John Wesley: The man and his mission (feature documentary), and Trinney and Susannah (British fashion/makeover series).
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Recent Credits:

2019: Wesley Impact (TV series)
2018: Love Him or Loathe Him: Fred Nile (Documentary)
2018: The Man of Galilee (TV series)
2018: Trust (Feature Film)
2017: How Can It Be (DNA) (TV series)
2017: Dear Waley (Short Film)
2016: Let Hope Rise (Documentary)
2016: Luke Nguyens’ France in Sydney (TV series)
2016: ARIA Awards Red Carpet (TV special)
2016: NRL: Dream, Believe, Achieve (Branded Series)
2015: Lyndey Milan’s Taste of Australia (TV series)
2015: Lyndey Milan’s Baking Secrets (TV series)
2014: Everytown Downunder (TV series)
2014: Haunting Australia Paranormal Investigations (TV series)
2012: John Wesley: The man and his mission (Documentary)
2012: In Her Footsteps, India (Documentary)
2011: Trinny and Susannah’s Downunder Makeover (TV series)
2010: Kitali “House of Hope”, Kenya (Documentary)

Trevor Beck

Trevor is the go-to for live, studio and location audio production across television, documentary, live events, music and audio post.

His body of work includes multiple Olympic Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies (2000 – current), Commonwealth Games (2002 – current) and Sydney’s New Year’s Eve fireworks.

Trevor is the audio engineer for countless television series, television commercials, feature films and documentaries for broadcasters including Channels 7, 9, 10, ABC and SBS in Australia, National Geographic, Discovery and many others around the world.


Recent Credits:

2019: I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here (SNL) (TV series)
2019: Faboriginal (Short Film)
2019: AACTA Australia Screen Awards (Live Event)
2019: Ethnic Business Awards (Live Event)
2019: Australia’s Got Talent (TV series)
2019: Wesley Impact (TV series)
2019: NIDA 60th Anniversary (Live Event)
2019: Sydney Royal Easter Show (Live Event)
2018/19: Sydney New Year’s Eve (Live Event)
2018: Gold Coast Commonwealth Games (Live Event)
2018: Shark Tank (TV series)
2018: The Man of Galilee (TV series)
2018: Love Him or Loathe Him: Fred Nile (Documentary)
2016: Rio Olympic Games – Opening and Closing Ceremonies (Live Event)
2016: Let Hope Rise (Documentary)
2015: Soul Date (Short Film)
2014: Haunting Australia Paranormal Investigations (TV series)
2014: My Christmas (TV special)
2012: London Olympic Games – Opening and Closing Ceremonies (Live Event)
2012: John Wesley: The man and his mission (Documentary)
2012: In Her Footsteps (Documentary)
2010: Kitali ‘House of Hope’ (Documentary)
2010: The Mystery of Dennis Masters (Documentary)

Josh Reid

Josh Reid is the Business Development Manager at the Australian Television and Media Group, and has an MBA specialising in Entrepreneurial Management from the Australian Institute of Business.

His career began in the 1990s as a stage actor, and Josh has been actively involved in print, radio and film ever since – recently producing a seven-part children’s book series and directing a feature film which distributed throughout 3000 Walmart stores across the USA.

Throughout his career, Josh has held senior management and creative positions including CEO of Wollongong radio station, Pulse 94.1FM in NSW, authored nine books, and created various fine art paintings for his books and portraits for public exhibition.

Josh has been invited as a keynote speaker at various media conferences and events in Australia and South Africa, and has also used his creativity and management skills working with a number of organisations across the philanthropic and not-for-profit sector in Australia.

Josh Reid on LinkedIn.


Creative Credits:

2019 – current: Eternity (Documentary)
2019 – current: Desserts of the World (TV Series)
2019 – current: Mackenzie Tanaya and the Faerie Key (Novel)
2017 – current: Mackenzie Tanaya and the Faerie Key (7-part Children’s Book Series)
2016: Little Bluewing (Children’s Book)
2015: 1500 Steps (Feature Film)
2014: Powerful Christian Radio (Non-fiction Book)
2011: Suing the Devil (Feature Film)
2010: Water for a Village (Commissioned Painting)
2009: Beneath Black Skies (Documentary)