Will Harvey-Jones is a filmmaker with a background in architecture. His goal is to learn the craft of filmmaking-making to further his passion and consolidate his experience. His work has been recognised in several architectural and design film competitions and festivals around the world. He is currently working part-time with the ad&d impact white pencil award winning marketing team at Flowhive on the ‘Meet the Beekeeper’ series. He has completed a Diploma of Screen and Media at SAE in Byron Bay and received the Marten Bequest travelling scholarship to produce a documentary focusing on reconstruction processes after the 2011 tsunami in Japan.
Working as camera operator, sound recordist and assistant editor on the ‘Meet the Beekeeper’ series filmed across the United States and edited in Australia for local company Flowhive. The series contributed to Flowhives ad&d impact white pencil award for positive marketing.
Receiving the 2014 Marten Bequest Travelling Scholarship to produce a documentary focusing on architectural NGOs and the oyster Industry after the 2011 tsunami in Japan.
Modernism Walks into a Bar Alone at Night was selected to screen at the Milano Design Film Festival the New York Architecture & Design Film Festival.
2016 CAMERA OPERATOR/ SOUND RECORDIST/ASSISTANT EDITOR ‘Meet the Beekeeper’ web series (Flowhive)- Series contributed to white pencil award at the D&AD impact awards. A web series telling the stories from the new Flow Hive community across the US & Australia.
2015 CO WRITER/CO DIRECTOR/EDITOR ‘Modernism Walks Into a Bar Alone at Night’ short narrative film (RIDE Film Department) - Official Selection Milano Design Film Festival, Official Selection New York Architecture & Design Film Festival A short film discussing the age-old debate between mass production and the craftsman.
2015 - WRITER/ DIRECTOR ‘Horsing Around’ Short Narrative film (RIDE Film Department) Winner CINECITY Architectural Film Project. An architectural psychological thriller about the pitfalls of the architectural creative process clashing with the realities of clients and contractors.
2014 - WRITER/EDITOR/DOP ‘Tohoku Tabula Rasa’ Film Installation (RIDE Film Department) - Joint winner Sydney Open Agenda Competition - Film installation portraying the destruction and opportunity in a small oyster farming community in Japan created in the aftermath of a tsunami.
2014 2013 - CO WRITER/DIRECTOR ‘57 Spring Street’ short (RIDE Film Department), Winner CINECITY Architectural Film Project Melbourne, Official Selection LISBON Arquitecturas Film Festival, Portugal, Official Selection SANTIAGO Arcfilm Festival Chile - A cinematic history of a house revealed through the urban legends held between its walls.
Age 25-34 years old
Membership Type Emerging Professional