6 x 60 mins / Mystery Drama / ABC (2018)
Detective Jay Swan is assigned to investigate a mysterious disappearance on an outback cattle station. Soon, Jay's investigation uncovers a past injustice that threatens the fabric of the whole community.
10 x 60 mins / Mystery Drama / ABC (2018)
Harrow tells the story of Dr. Daniel Harrow (played by Ioan Gruffud), a forensic pathologist with a total disregard for authority. He has an unfailing empathy for the dead which helps him solve even the most bizarre of cases. He is determined to give victims a voice and bends every rule to get to reveal the truth behind what happened to them. Meanwhile, a terrible secret from his past threatens him, his family and his career.
1 x 60 mins / TV Documentary / NITV & SBS On-Demand (2018)
Black Divaz is a compelling documentary that tells the story beyond the make-up, glue guns and glamour of the Miss First Nations Drag Queen pageant.
1 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / Werner Film Productions (2018)
2 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / Screentime (2018)
The production team behind Underbelly returns with the untold, uncut story of Mark “Chopper” Read, Australia’s most notorious gangster. After vowing to go straight, Chopper is drawn back to the underworld by his feud to with Alphonse Gangitano and a violent bikie boss. Staring award-winning actors Aaron Jeffery and Michael Caton.
6 x 60 mins / Horror Drama / Screentime (2017)
Series 1 / Comedy Drama / Endemol Shine (2017)
Julia Bechly's life is turned upside down when her father makes a death-bed confession that during his award-winning career as a fertility specialist he used his own sperm and admits he could potentially be the father of hundreds of children. Julia decides to take most of the situation and throws a family gathering where she finds out she has hundreds of brothers, but learns she only has two sisters, troubled children’s television star, Roxy Karibas and belligerent lawyer, Edie Flanagan.
2 x 60 mins / Drama Mini-Series / for Network Ten (2017)
A young school teacher finds himself marooned in a small mining town where a dangerous series of events render him a broken and desperate man.
4 x 60 mins / Crime-Drama / Carver Films
The story of Sunshine follows the life of Jacob, a young, aspiring South Sudanese-Australian basketball player who is on the cusp of being picked up by US scouts for the US College league.
Series 1–7 : 82 x 60 min eps / Adult Romantic Comedy / for Network Ten (2010 – 2017)
Offspring is a multi- award winning contemporary drama about Nina Proudman, a thirtysomething obstetrician and her fabulously messy family. Stylistically fresh and visually exciting, Offspring mixes conventional narrative drama with flashbacks and fantasy sequences, showcasing the vibrant world of Fitzroy, where Nina and her family navigate the chaos of modern life.
2011: Logie for Most Popular Drama
2012: Logie for Most Popular Actress
2013: Gold Logie For Most Popular Actress
6 x 30 mins / Romantic Comedy / Aquarius Films (2017)
A successful radio host who finds himself unexpectedly back in the dating pool for the first time in a decade, after discovering his long-term girlfriend has been having an affair with his best friend.
6 x 60 mins / Mystery Drama / BBC UKTV & Sundance Channel (2017)
In the wake of New Zealand's devastating events, troubled Detective Robin returns to Sydney for a fresh start, however, the wounds of the past are deep and angry, moreover, a suitcase with a rather appalling content summons dark memories.
8 x 30 mins / Comedy-Drama / Arenamedia (2017)
Follows the once-great Warriors Football Club, which pins its hopes and dwindling reputation on three untested rookies and a jaded star. Overnight the talented young athletes are thrown head first into the high-stakes world of professional sport.
8 x 60 mins / Mystery Drama / Showcase (2016)
Anna Macy (played by Elizabeth Debicki) returns to her home town of Kettering, Tasmania. She left the town under a cloud 15 years earlier after her best friend Gillian disappeared. Back now, she finds that the old animosities remain. Moreover, the strange phenomena that accompanied Gillian's disappearance remain and another girl has disappeared.
AACTA Award Best Mini-series
AACTA Award Best Lead Actress
8 x 60 mins / Romantic Comedy / Playmaker media (2016)
The Wrong Girl is an Australian drama series, based on Zoe Foster Blake’s book of the same name, that first aired on Network Ten. The series follows the life of television producer Lily Woodward, as she seeks a successful romance, a dynamic career and settled family.
4 x 60 mins / Drama Series / Matchbox Pictures (2016)
Danny yearns to win swimming gold at the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. He is taken under the wing of highly regarded coach, Frank Torma and develops a friendship/rivalry with teammate Martin Taylor which inspires Danny to become a world record holder.
6 x 60 min eps / Drama / for Foxtel (Showcase) (2014)
The year is 1988. It is 35 years after the events of Fred Schepisi’s classic film, The Devil’s Playground. Tom Allen, now in his 40s and recently widowed, is a respected Sydney psychiatrist and father of two children. A practising Catholic, Tom accepts an offer by the Bishop of Sydney to become a counsellor of priests. During these sessions, he will uncover a scandal and become embroiled in the Church’s attempts to cover it up. Tom’s quest for justice will push him to his limits, and reveal a side of Church power and official corruption he could never have imagined.
Starring: Simon Burke, John Noble, Don Hany, Jack Thompson and Toni Collette.
Directors: Rachel Ward and Tony Krawitz
2014: Best Telefeature or Mini Series at 4TH AACTA Awards
6 x 60 mins / Drama Series / Screentime (2016)
The drama centres around a part-time country pub singer, portrayed by Jessica Mauboy, who has a chance meeting with a wealthy city hotelier and rediscovers information about her family and history.
2 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / Endemol Shine (2016)
The series charts the highs of Peter Brock’s motor racing career and the lows of his personal life. It covers his action packed career and his association with Holden for almost 40 years including a public split involving the controversial device the Energy Polariser.
2 x 90 mins / Docudrama Telemovie / Endemol Shine (2017)
Based on true events, Killer Cop is a sequel to the award winning 1995 mini-series Blue Murder. Set in 1990s, 2000s and 2010s in Sydney, the miniseries continues the story of the life of former Detective Roger “the Dodger” Rogerson.