Mike E and Emma, The Edge 96.ONE


Here are some examples of videos i’ve produced during my time working at ARN with The Edge 96.1’s breakfast show, Mike E and Emma.






Not My Cup of Tea, JOY 94.9


Not My Cup of Tea started as a Podcast in November 2016.

In July 2017, we adapted the show to radio after being asked to join JOY94.9FM in Melbourne. We air 7PM Wednesday and repackage each show in Podcast form.

I also produce videos and other social media content to compliment the show online. Here’s an example of a video I filmed and edited for Facebook.


Check out more from the show podcast below.

Digital Commercial Content Producer, ARN

When I first began working full time at the Australian Radio Network (ARN) in July 2017, I was the Digital Commercial Content Producer. I fulfilled all digital components of advertising campaigns across the KIIS and Pure Gold Networks nationally.

Here’s an example of a video I produced in that time.


I also build web pages and wrote sponsored editorial content across the network. See here for an example of an article I published as part of a campaign with HypoxiAUSSIE MUM TRANSFORMS HER BODY BEFORE DAUGHTER’S 21ST

Jo and Lehmo, Gold 104.3


In May of 2017, I was asked to fill in as the digital producer for Gold 104.3’s breakfast show in Melbourne, Jo & Lehmo.

I was responsible for creating original show content in written and video form, as well as cultivating all online news & entertainment articles on Gold 104.3’s Facebook page.

Here is an example of a video I produced:


Click here to see an example of an article I wrote. (http://www.gold1043.com.au/shows/jo-lehmo/the-callers-that-will-give-jo-lehmo-nightmares/?q=7)

While I was working with ARN Melbourne, I was also asked to produce this announcement video for KIIS 101.1’s Chapel Street $100k Life Upgrade campaign.

The Thinkergirls, KIIS Network

ThinkergirlsOn multiple occasions throughout 2016 and 2017, I worked as the digital producer for The KIIS Network’s former National nights show, The Thinkergirls – hosted by Stacey June and Kristie Mercer.

During that time, I was responsible for creating content to reflect the on-air show in video or article form.

Here is an example of a video I edited. I had planned to record the entire segment, but the exchange at the start of the break was funny enough to stand on it’s own. Stace & Kristie were happy that I chose to reflect an unplanned, anecdotal moment that highlighted their natural chemistry.

As well as producing videos for The Thinkergirls’ own Facebook page, I also utilised the audience on KIIS 1065’s page.


Here are a couple of examples articles I wrote:


For over 1 year, I worked as a producer, editor and presenter for youth media property, Amplify.

During that time, I produced and edited web content including interviews, text-driven news videos, Podcasts and articles.

Here’s some examples of interviews I conducted and edited:


I also created original videos for Amplify’s YouTube channel. Here are a couple of my favs:


Prior to commencing my role as a producer, I presented the #AmplifyNOW gossip segments. Here’s a behind-the-scenes video I made, along with a sample of a segment i’ve presented:


In response to a statistic that 80% of videos on Facebook are consumed without audio, I began creating text-driven videos, rather than presenting on-camera. See here:


During my time at Amplify, I utilised the audio production skills that I attained through my radio studies at Sydney TAFE to develop and launch the Amplify Podcast from scratch. Over a total of 40 episodes, we spoke to various social media influencers that appealed to Amplify’s young demographic & explored a wide range of issues – such as sexuality and gender. I was the producer, editor and host.

Here is the special edition Podcast I produced on the topic of mental health:


I also regularly contributed articles to Amplify’s website.  Click here to read a piece I wrote, titled Why Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Is Not ‘Cute’ Or ‘Quirky’.

YouTube Channel / Facebook Page


In December 2015, I produced my first ever viral video and was later interviewed about it on Channel 7’s Sunrise.

Off the back of this, I decided to launch a YouTube Channel and Facebook Page to continue making my own video content. I now have a combined social following of over 60,000.

My best performing videos by far have lived on my Facebook Page; some reaching in excess of 3 million views.

See below for examples of videos I have created.

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