Category: Management

Liv Phyland
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Liv Phyland

Whether she’s surfing, singing, or dancing like there’s nobody watching, Liv Phyland has energy to burn. She’s a fresh, healthy face with a cheeky sense of humour and her genuine lust for life is addictive. Liv’s television debut was in 2011, when she became the host of ABC3’s flagship show ‘Studio3’.  In 2015 Liv made...

Romaine (Romy) Alwill
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Romaine (Romy) Alwill

Romy Alwill graduated from the University of New South Wales with a Bachelor of Interior Architecture (Hons) in 2000. After travelling and working overseas Romy took on the position of interior design editor for the prestigious Belle magazine, a position which she held for 5 years and incorporated both writing and styling. Romy was integral in...

Lola Berry
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Lola Berry

When it comes to getting the world excited about health and good food, there is very little Lola Berry won’t do. She’s convinced a TV host to swallow raw wasabi on live, national television. She’s dived into dumpsters on the streets of New York (…and eaten from one!). She’s run madly in search of water...

Zoe Bingley-Pullin
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Zoe Bingley-Pullin

Founder of Nutritional Edge, Zoe Bingley-Pullin, has long been passionate about the food in our lives. A nutritionist (Diploma of Nutrition, Sydney) and internationally trained chef (Le Cordon Bleu School, London), Zoe helps people embrace the benefits of food through education and understanding. Zoe is an established media personality across television, print, radio and digital....

Ace Bourke
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Ace Bourke

Born in Sydney in 1946, Ace Bourke has become one of Australia’s leading art curators, a pioneer in the field of Aboriginal art and a colonial art specialist, staging numerous critically acclaimed exhibitions. Ace hopes to again immerse himself in wildlife and conservation projects, to help tackle the world’s urgent environmental issues. HMMG represents Ace...

Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton
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Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton

The electrifying cry in 1980, ‘A dingo’s got my baby’, galvanised an entire nation and Lindy Chamberlain soon became a household name in Australia. On 17 August 1980, while on a family holiday, Lindy’s nine-and-a-half-week old daughter, Azaria Chamberlain was taken by a dingo from their tent at the Ayers Rock campground.  After two inquests...

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Danny Clayton

A talented film maker, television host, producer and DJ, Danny has been a guest in the living rooms of Australian’s for over 15 years. As one of subscription television’s longest serving presenters, he has earned six nominations at the annual ASTRA Awards. Danny is enigmatic, passionate, and most importantly… an all-round nice guy. Having worked...

Stuart Diver
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Stuart Diver

The rescue and miraculous survival of Stuart Diver after 65 hours buried in freezing rubble and debris, captured the attention of a nation and proved to be a story of courage against adversity. Stuart rebuilt his life at Thredbo and he continued to work in the ski school for many years. After some time away...

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Shane Dye

Regarded as the greatest tactual jockey in the world. New Zealand born Shane Dye has been labelled as racing’s “Golden Boy”. Shane was the leading apprentice in New Zealand before moving to Australia at the age of 18. He has won the much coveted Melbourne Cup on Tawriffic in 1989 and is the only jockey...

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Shane Dye

Regarded as the greatest tactual jockey in the world. New Zealand born Shane Dye has been labelled as racing’s “Golden Boy”. Shane was the leading apprentice in New Zealand before moving to Australia at the age of 18. He has won the much coveted Melbourne Cup on Tawriffic in 1989 and is the only jockey...