I have been a practising filmaker since my early twenties. In 1979 I wrote and directed a feature film starring Sam Neill and photographed by Russell Boyd. Since then I have worked for Film Australia, ABC TV Drama and made over a 100 educational docu/dramas for schools and universities, as well as many award-winning corporate commissions.
When I returned to Fremantle in 2005, after 30 years based in Sydney, I moved towards multimedia and YouTube with the concept of 'filmed portraits of the human spirit' which you can view on my web site: sundayarvopictures.com
In 2014 I was awarded my PhD as a 'sustainability digital storyteller' after a 4-year project communicating the story of Fremantle's first green mayor during his first term in office. The digital project can be viewed here: prezi.com/ffhanmcfrzdr/
Since 2008 I have been an embedded digital filmmaker at Curtin University Sustainability Policy (CUSP) Institute where I am based. This work can be viewed here: vimeo.com/channels/cuspinstitute.
In 2013 I became the City of Fremantle's embedded filmmaker to digitally document 'Freo 2029' - a community visioning project.
I can be contacted on (61) 414 265 709 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org