credits

 

 
 
anton.jpg

anton james - interviews + audio recording

Anton, who trained as a landscape architect and visual artist, has over a period of 20 years designed projects in Australia, Europe and the USA. He has won numerous awards and competitions, both in Australia and overseas. As a working director of JMD design, Anton’s focus on design and innovation continues to contribute to the quality of the built environment.

Anton holds the position of Professor of Practice - Landscape Architecture where he is involved in the study of landscapes released from previous use, often at the urban fringe, where changing demands are re shaping the landscape on a large scale.

Selected Projects: Parramatta Square, Centenary Square Parramatta, West, Oxford St Design Charrette, Bungarribee Parklands, Masterplan, Blaxland Common Regional Playspace, Hunter, Street Newcastle Revitalization Plan, Redfern Park, Minto. Paddington Reservoir Gardens, Sydney Park Upgrade, Rushcutters Bay Park, Cockatoo Cliff Top Walk, Glebe, Foreshore Walk, North Harbour Park Masterplan, Optus, Centre, Mt Penang Gardens, Ballast Point Masterplan, Erina, Fair Town Square, Queensland Tennis Centre Iconic Public, Artwork, Macquarie Bank Headquarters Public Artwork, 12 Small parks City of Sydney.

For more info, visit JMD design

 

angela grant - audio editing

Angela is a Melbourne based sound designer and engineer, currently living and working in Bangkok. She is a graduate of the School of Production, the Victorian College of the Arts, majoring in Sound Design. Angela has designed sound for various disciplines such as theatre, dance, puppetry, radio, film, animation and also site specific sound installations. Her passion for immersive multi-channel sound and it’s powerful effect on the listener has allowed her to create many intriguing electro-acoustic soundscapes. Recently she was commissioned as a sound artist for a Community Cultural Development research project, Images of Home funded by Vic Health.

Her designs include radio drama and poetry for ABC Radio Nationalan animation, The Show by Rebecca Hayes (Melbourne International Animation Festival at ACMI), sound art performance, Pandora’s Boxco-designed with sound artist Dr. Ros Bandt (Quiet Music Festival 2010 and Music Extravaganza South Surrey Park), mixed media installation, A Good Death (2010 Next Wave Festival)theatre works, Suitcase and the Storm and Wanderlands (St. Martins Youth Art Centre), Dispatch (Forty-five Downstairs, Under-the-Radar Brisbane festival, Adelaide ASSITEJ Festival), and Idja (VCA Masters of Puppetry), Sinners (La Mama Theatre), and a short film, The Castle on the Sand directed by Robbie Mcewan.

Currently, she is a sound engineer at ABC Radio National, involving in radio features, radio drama and music production and also working on various freelance projects.

 
matthew_bw.jpg

matthew kneale - website content

Matthew Kneale is a landscape architectural designer working for Parks Victoria in the Precinct and Maritime Planning team. He previously worked as an artist and designer across public art, theatre, dance, opera and film.  Public art projects include High Vis Dandy that reconfigured high-vis safety wear into high fashion and Kids Can Get Lost that took audiences on a tour under a freeway overpass, both for the Next Wave Festival. He was a recipient of the 2010 Splendid Arts Lab residency, Jump National Mentoring Program and City of Melbourne Young Artist Grant, as well as the Next Wave Kickstart grant in 2007.  From 2010 to 2011 he was co-director of the Sydney based Quarterbred artist run initiative that curated the site-specific Tiny Stadiums Festival in Erskineville.  He graduated from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2005 and has designed for the State Opera Company of South Australia, Australian Dance Theatre, Sydney Theatre Company and the Border Project. He is currently studying a Master of Landscape Architecture.

Follow Matthew on Twitter at @Matthew_Kneale

 
 

theme song by white plains - material music

Link to licence