We’re an eclectic bunch, but we all share something in common – a passion for applying and sharing our creativity to make a real and positive difference in the world. We work in multi-disciplinary teams to ensure each program and project involves the appropriate expertise and experience.
Andrew has been involved in all things entrepreneurial and creative since 1999.
He has a passion for the arts, enterprise and exploring innovative production techniques.
A great believer in the power of creativity to change the world and produce positive outcomes for people, Andrew loves working with teams of talented individuals and developing an idea from beginning to end.
With a background in the audiovisual world, he has completed a Bachelor of Journalism (Television), a Bachelor of Film & TV, and founded a video production company. Andrew has extensive experience managing creative projects specifically in the realm of digital and community arts. He has a particular love for video projection and clever audiovisual installations.
Since joining Human in 2007 Andrew has delivered numerous programs in communities across regional Queensland including Blackall, Longreach, Hopevale, Darnley Island and Innisfail. Forever interested in the ways technology and the arts can benefit communities, he loves to travel and produce audiovisual artworks.
In 2010, Andrew was a Catalyst at The Edge, a brand new digital culture centre that focuses on creativity, collaboration and innovation.
Andrew is totally in love with his incredible wife and 2 hilarious children.
Designer / Videographer
Dan brings 12 years of design experience to the team at Human with a skill set encompassing print, web and motion graphics for video.
Over 12 years working for design companies such as Bigfish, Bullet Creative, Big Bridge and SpeakOut Dan has performed in roles as graphic designer, senior designer, art director, flash animator, 2D motion graphics animator, and web designer. In this time Dan has provided multimedia design solutions for a range of clients from large corporations and State Government to small business and arts organisations.
More recently Dan has been immersing himself in videography – filming and editing a slew of short documentary pieces and music film clips.
Outside of hours Dan travels and tours with several bands and does design work for bands, record labels and artists.
Pauline is a French-born creative with a business edge who brings to Human diverse experience and skills in project management, strategy, creative problem solving, facilitation, and communications. She is a big believer in marrying creativity and strategy to achieve economic success and positive change.
Equipped with a BA (Theatre Studies) and a Grad Cert (Business Admin) from the Queensland University of Technology, Pauline has worked in theatre, radio, film, music, and events in roles that put to use her creative thinking and management skills. She has had the opportunity to work in both the private and public sectors across a range of industries.
She is at the helm of accomplished band Mzaza, a six piece group blending original and traditional Mediterranean sounds. The group has two releases, receives airplay internationally, and has featured at major events such as the Woodford Folk Festival, the National Folk Festival, and Queensland Music Festival.
Recently identified as a Culture Champion for Queensland, Pauline is active on the Australian cultural scene. She is a band manager, facilitator, and sits on the Board of Brisbane Fringe Festival. In her downtime she enjoys the simple things – cooking, reading, spending time in nature, and singing.
Amy’s experience in the creative field is both wide and colourful. She spent 2 years living abroad in Bogota Colombia, where she became an assistant director and curator at Galeria Casa Negret.
While completing her BA in Communication Design at Billy Blue College of Design, Amy continued to freelance on small personalised projects as well as undertake a six month intensive internship at wayfinding design studio, Dotdash.
As a specialty, Amy is focused on human centred and user experience design. She implements these practices and theories into her own process, designing specifically for the needs and views of the user. Continuing to further her knowledge in these areas, Amy has completed a Human Centered Design course developed by Acumen and IDEO and is currently in the process of completing post graduate studies in user experience design.
Amy’s wider interests include illustration, origami and textile arts. She also has a deep love of film, particularly Mexican cinema.
Matt graduated with a degree in Computing with Artificial Intelligence back in 2004 and has been working online ever since. He is an advocate of good clean semantic code and strong usability standards. He is a WordPress expert and enjoys a challenge! Matt enjoys working on projects for organisations that bring about good in the community. When he’s not got his head in his MacBook, he enjoys catching up on the English Premier League and cheering on his beloved Bolton Wanderers F.C.
Designer / Facilitator
Angus has been working in the design and community arts industry for over 5 years and brings a range of skills and experience to the Human Creative team. Angus’ skill set includes videography, video editing, motion graphics, 2D and 3D animation, illustration and creative arts workshop facilitation.
Angus is passionate about sharing knowledge and ideas and is currently mentoring several young people with disabilities through Access Arts.
He loves working with young people on creative projects.
Ian is a corporate professional who is results driven, passionate about adding value and achieving success. He specialises in strategic and business development supported by a strong knowledge and deep experience in marketing, finance, relationship development and ongoing business management.
He has qualifications in Business, Communications and Corporate Law and has 29 years of experience managing and working closely with medium to large corporations, different government bodies as well as companies in the not-for-profit sector to achieve their goals.
Ian has 2 children and enjoys spending time with them as well as travelling to new and different locations. He has worked previously with community groups and has a strong vision to address social challenges and achieve positive change, both locally and nationally.