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18,000 words worth – best writing for interactive media at the 2013 Australian Writers Guild Awards


After a good eights months researching the history of Sydney Opera House, I sat down in August 2012 for six weeks and wrote the script that became the main narrative for The Opera House Project. So it was a real thrill to be recognised for the work last Friday.
Here are six of my favourite chapters (find the text versions here):
Chapter Two: 1956, the Year of the Competition
Chapter Three: Jørn Utzon, the Great Eclectic
Chapter Nine: Stage One Begins
Chapter Twelve: 1962, The Yellow Book and the Final Roof Geometry
Chapter Sixteen: Perfection Lost
Chapter Twenty Two: The Return

A good night was had at the Plaza Ballroom, Melbourne
A good night was had at the Plaza Ballroom, Melbourne
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Silver for The Opera House Project at AEAF Awards


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At the Australian Effects & Animation Awards last night in Sydney, The Opera House Project’s 3D section was awarded Silver in the Education and Infographics category.

Fun to see our efforts up on the big screen alongside multi-million dollar SFX projects, and very happy to receive recognition from the visual effects industry. Rah!

The Opera House Project: Winner of the Silver Award in the Australian Effects & Animation Festival 2013
The Opera House Project: Winner of the Silver Award in the Australian Effects & Animation Festival 2013