The House That Jack Built

Joslin McCabe’s life can be divided into two parts; before her Mum and Dad separated and after her Mum and Dad separated. It’s fair to say if her great grand dad Jack McCabe never managed to get on that convict ship from London in the mid 1800’s and then escape from Parramatta Prison in Sydney with his brother Jim none of this would have happened.  He would not have come …continue…

The House That Jack Built

Anyone who inspires you to drive 2000km into the harsh channel country of Western Queensland… to work for free during your holidays and shoot film all day… in the middle of summer… and stay up late editing all night agonising over every detail… and writing and reading and researching until you fall asleep… and make it all seem like play has to go on my list of all-time awesome people. …continue…

BushTV Crew : Behind the Scenes Shots

Hey BushTV crew, Thanks for signing up with your email. While I’m putting the Winton story together I wanted to share some pics from the trip. Thanks for your patience and interest. These images won’t be published on facebook (just this link) as I want to start publishing and sharing from here. Feel free to leave comments in the section below or email me. Enjoy the images and the Winton …continue…

Ann Moy: After the Flood Storyteller series

Casualties of Disasters, Before the 25-01-2013 we were getting very heavy rain, on the 25-01-2013 Bajool had the biggest flood some of us have ever seen, no mobile or landline services, we were being flooded fast. No one could leave the front way, as it was 5feet and rising. We tried to ring SES or police; I made my last phone call to Carey to tell her we had water …continue…

The Murri Minute is Back!

After a few years out in the wild pastures the Murri Minute is back with a vengeance. It’s longer, meaner and far more deadly because now we have our our platform right here to broadcast! The Murri Minute This means we don’t have to put it on TV and pay commercial airtime rates to play stories that matter! This is the place we will publishing and promoting the Murri Minute. …continue…

Night Sky Photography Workshop

Tom Hearn is running a night-time photography workshop on the weekend of the 16/17th November for beginner to intermediate photographers. It will be held at the BushTV Retreat Shady Camp near Keppel Sands in Central Queensland and will involve you arriving Saturday mid morning and departing Sunday late arvo 17th Nov 2013.   We’ll use the rocky  cliffs and oceanic coastline of Keppel Sands and the Fitzroy Delta as our naked …continue…

Halls Creek girls build a ‘beautiful tomorrow’

A powerful story about friendship, loss and finding strength has won the inaugural “tomorrowgirl” short story competition, which is open to high school girls from remote Indigenous communities. The story was written by 14-year-old Shania Willett from Halls Creek in Western Australia. Entrants to the competition were asked to submit stories of at least 500 words on the theme of “my beautiful tomorrow”. The competition attracted a strong response from …continue…

My nightfishing series

As promised here’s my latest pics and I wanted to say a personal thanks for signing up to my emails to receive the best pics (some of which wont be available on facebook because I want to give you a more personal behind the scenes look at my work). And  feel free to email me directly and ask questions about the images or my work. Before I tell you the …continue…

Singing for a New Dreaming: Evolution of Shane Howard’s ‘Solid Rock’ by BushTV Creative June Perkins

Shane Howard, Irish Australian song-writer of ‘Solid Rock,’ and founder of Goanna, has spent a life time trying to understand and distil the collective Australian story. This journey has been because he strongly believes songs have great power to make a ‘new dreaming,’ for Australia. “If it’s a song of great power in the contemporary popular era it might filter through and become part of the traditional culture for a …continue…

HUNGRY TO CREATE? Then Become a BushTV Creative Today!!

Telling stories and making the world a better place is way of life for me and it also pays the bills! How do I do it? Well the answer is really simple. Every day I turn my creative ideas into project realities which are mostly cultural projects in remote Australia. Maybe you have an idea about a social change startup or a business or creative project but you don’t know …continue…