GCFF - Bringing films to life - 17-29 April 2018 GCFF - Bringing films to life - 17-29 April 2018

ASE Guild Event

ASE Guild Event

Breaking down the post mechanics of the most viewed ABC iView show of all time – Bluey.

Meet the producer and some of the key creative team behind the most viewed ABC iView show of all time – Bluey, as they discuss the post production mechanics involved in getting a 52-part animated series out each week. Panelists will the scope of work, how it is facilitated, what it takes and their individual approach to post-production for this amazing hit show. 

About the speakers:

Richard Jeffery is an Animation Director from New Zealand whose career has spanned over 25 years. Working for leading studios in both New Zealand and the UK Richard has gained extensive experience on Children’s series productions in various roles and whose most recent credits include Charlie and Lola, Tinga tinga Tales and Lily’s Driftwood Bay. Richard joined the Ludo team in 2017 to animation direct on Bluey. Among his favourite episodes are BikeBumpy, and Hospital

Trudi Monteath is a designer and illustrator from the Gold Coast, Queensland. She graduated from QCA, Griffith University with a Bachelor of Animation and has freelanced for studios both locally and internationally. She currently works at Ludo Studio as a Designer on Bluey, focusing on animation rigging and character design. Just like Bluey’s family, she loves to spend her weekends at The Beach with her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel who features as Bentley in the episode Bike.

Lisa Hack graduated from Griffith University with a Bachelor of Visual Arts in Animation in 1998.  She has worked in the local animation industry for the past twenty years, in game development, TV series, commercials, and education.  On Bluey, at Ludo Studio, Lisa works as one of the senior animators, and helped the Heeler family and their friends to run, play, have fun and floss. Her favourite game is Keepy Uppy which she plays with her seven year old son and husband. Her son had a Bluey-themed birthday party which was lots of fun and lasted for the length of 10 Chutney Chimp episodes.

Sam Moor is a Line Producer from the UK and has over 25 years’ experience in organising people & things. The majority of her career was with BBC & Independent Production companies in London. Working across many production roles in most genres such as Children’s, Entertainment, Comedy, Live Events & Drama. Her passion is for well-run and happy productions. Since moving to Australia with her family she has worked in Documentary & Factual production and is now working at Ludo Studio on Bluey. At The Weekend she likes to go for long walks on The Beach then a BBQ with friends whilst sitting in her relaxer chair.


Friday 12 April – Basement, HOTA

Panel – 6pm-7pm
Networking & Drinks – 7pm-8pm

ASE members free, non-members $10


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