Lyndal has over 14 years experience in editing and camera at some of Australia's leading television and media companies.
In June 2015, she decided to head up her own video production company Redman Media on a full time basis. Through this business she currently works on corporate videos for a range of clients. She has worked on broadcast television reality television shows such as Seven Year Switch (Channel 7), Australia's Cheapest Wedding, The Feed (SBS), and Alisa and Lysandra to the Rescue (Channel 9)
She is the Australian Producer/Director for UK television company FirstLookTV, and have filmed for Evil Up Close - Jason Downie story and Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer - Mark Rust that is shown on Foxtel and Netflix in Australia. She was honoured with a Commended in the Best Current Affairs and Highly Commended in the News Camera categories of the SA Press Club Awards for my documentary on the Kapunda murders for “Evil Up Close”. Recently she has worked on 3 episodes of their latest crime series Nurses Who Kill which will be on the Crime Network and Netflix. her documentary Safe Spaces was an official selection for the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival and the High Peak Film Festival in Manchester.
Since 2015, Lauren Hillman has been leading the team at Channel 44. During her time as GM she has been responsible for campaigning and lobbying the Federal Government resulting in recently securing a 2 year free to air broadcast licence extension for Community TV nationally. Prior to this Lauren’s TV career has spanned over 12 years, highlights include; Series Producer of the Channel Nine Easter Appeal, first event of it's kind in SA in over 30 years.
Lauren was a Producer/Director at ABC TV credits include; Restoration Australia, Poh’s Kitchen and many more. In 2014, Lauren wrote, directed and produced her own commissioned series for ABCIview, The Daters. In 2016, Lauren produced sold out Adelaide Fringe show, An Evening with Annabel Crabb at the Festival Theatre, which was awarded ‘Best Event for 2016’ in the Adelaide Fringe awards.
Caroline is an award winning radio and television journalist and radio presenter/producer who has worked with multiple broadcast media organisations across four states, spanning 16 years. She is currently a reporter for the ABC’s respected radio current affairs programs AM, The World Today and PM and is involved in training the next generation of reporters at the public broadcaster. Caroline has also worked as a political media adviser politics and public relations communication specialist. She has a passion for telling important, genuine and ethical stories and being involved in projects that promote social awareness and real outcomes for real people.