Tom Meadmore – The Filmmaker
Tom Meadmore was born in Perth, Western Australia. Since entering the industry he has enjoyed an immensely successful career as a cameraman, director, producer and editor. He lists National Geographic, Discovery Channel, CH4 and the BBC among his many credits and his work on ‘The Amazing Race Australia’ helped win the team an Emmy in 2012!
In 2001, Tom established go fish films. His short film ‘grace’, which screened at several international film festivals, including the Warsaw International Film Festival, and the Palm Springs International Shortfest, is a revealing glimpse into recovery from Marijuana addiction. ‘How To Lose Jobs and Alienate Girlfriends’, which he began filming in 2008, is the first full-length documentary released under the go fish banner. Tom lives and works in the UK. He is currently writing his first feature fiction ‘The Box of Tapes’.
Tony Jackson – The Boss
Tony Jackson is a musician and television producer based in Melbourne, Australia. As a producer/director he’s made over a hundred hours of factual entertainment and travel series for major international broadcasters. But music is his passion.
With his band Speed Orange he’s released 3 albums, an EP and 9 singles and he’s about to release a self produced LP under the name Torch Society. He’s 46 years old and expects to peak in his late 50’s, perhaps turning to spoken word poetry and watercolours, in the right hands a potent combination.
Amanda Medica – The Girlfriend
Amanda Medica is an Australian born singer-songwriter based in London.
With rock-based instrumentation infused with sweeping folk-style vocal melodies, her songs resonate with the sounds of these genres but somehow shimmer on a pedestal of their own.
Her music explores the motives, flaws and beauty in the everyday. Her ability to deconstruct the ordinary with honest rationale is central to her songwriting, but it is her vocal delivery that has the power to induce the candid heart to sincere contemplation.