Brett Stephens

About

Brett is currently the Director of six-sixty productions, a digital film production company established in 2006. Refer to www.sixsixtyproductions.com for more information. six-sixty productions create, produce and distribute digital film, television and online content. This includes short film, long form, scripted drama and comedy, documentary, factual entertainment. event media, commercials, community safety and awareness presentations. Graduate Diploma Film and Television Production QUT Creative Industries Kelvin Grove, Bachelor of Business Management Major in Marketing/Communications QUT Gardens Point Campus, AFTRS - Running a Creative Business/After Effects Compositing/Digital Media/Shooting Practices and Recording High End Sound for Digital Cameras.
Writer - Feature Writer for jmag, TOM online magazine, Time Off Street Magazine, ‘Endless Blue’ feature film script developed with Chris Brown and Chris Fitchett (Pictures in Paradise) and Screen Queensland (then PFTC).
Cinematographer - shooting on Sony F5. Refer to www.sixsixtyproductions.com for most recent examples.
Editor - Adobe Creative Suite.

Career Highlights

Directing and producing Mick Harvey (Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds) live at gOMA.
'Revelation' Documentary series (8 in total) for operational emergency service personnel
'Fishing for the Moon' Factual Entertainment Series
Over 200 short films, long form, scripted drama and comedy, documentary, factual entertainment. event media, commercials, community safety and awareness presentations.

Production Credits

Filmed for the Project, Australia's Got Talent, directed and produced Mick Harvey (Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds) live at gOMA, 4 times finalist Brisbane International Fast Film Competition, one 'Best of the Rest' screening Tropfest, Director, 'One Small Room' Project in conjunction with Screen Qld (then PFTC), Writer - Feature Writer for jmag, TOM online magazine, Time Off Street Magazine, ‘Endless Blue’ feature film script developed with Chris Brown and Chris Fitchett (Pictures in Paradise) and Screen Queensland (then PFTC).

Statistics

Age 35-44 years old
Indigenous No
Membership Type Professional

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