FOUNDER & CREATIVE LEAD - JOEL CARNEGIE
Joel Carnegie is an award winning broadcaster, presenter, performer, feature maker and musician regularly working with various broadcasters and media outlets [radio/audio, podcasts, TV and online], including ABC Radio National, American Public Media, Audible, BBC World Service, CBC, Deutsche Welle, RFI and others. As a performer, actor and musician, Joel also appears regularly on stage, in theatre, musical, cabaret and orchestral projects.
In 2013, he founded international media production house, The Space Company which takes on non-fiction and fiction based projects and stories that aim to deepen or challenge our understanding and relationship with the world around us - and has since told stories from outback Australia, to the remote Faroe Islands, Fiji, India, Ireland, Kiribati, Netherlands, Russia, UK and the USA.
In 2017, his radio cabaret show, "Stardust: The Col Brain Story" [Directed by Tom Molyneux] won two Silver Awards at the New York Festivals International Radio Awards - "Best Innovation" and "Best Performance By An Actor" [Joel Carnegie] and his feature "The Grind" [also for ABC Radio National] was shortlisted by Whicker's World Foundation's Audio Recognition Awards. In 2016, his feature "From Music Into Silence" was awarded a highly commended prize again by Whicker's World Foundation.
Joel was an Ambassador of the Association of Independents in Radio (AIR) for Third Coast Festival (Chicago) 2016, and was a Jury Member for the "Radio Music" category at the 2016 Prix Europa (European Broadcasting Festival). He is also a member of Public Radio Exchange (PRX) and the Media Entertainment and Arts Alliance, Australia (MEAA).
- ADAM BRANSON
- BEC FARY
- TOM MOLYNEUX
- HELENE THOMAS
- NATHALIE SILVA [2017 INTERN]
- STARDUST: THE COL BRAIN STORY
- GETTING ON WITH THE SHOW
- CONCERTO GROTTO
- THE PIANO PROJECT
Tom Molyneux is an actor/director who has worked extensively in the Melbourne independent theatre and film scene. His work with The Space Company has included pre- and post-development of features, photography work, as well as directing the major collaboration ‘Stardust: The Col Brain Story’ in 2016.
Tom’s career highlights include starring in ‘Nefarious: The Tinder Games’ (Winner of the Best Comedy and Best TV/Web Series awards at the GO Independent Film Festival in Washington DC); Assistant Directing and acting in ‘The Ministry’ (Winner Best Live Art award at 2015 Melbourne Fringe Festival), and successful runs of his two one man shows, ‘Unforgettable’ and ‘Re-verie’ (Directed Anna Nalpantidis). He was President of the Monash Shakespeare Company from 2014-2015 and worked at Courthouse Youth Arts in Geelong promoting and mentoring young artists during 2015.
Tom holds a Bachelor of Laws/Bachelor of Performing Arts from Monash University, and is currently completing a Masters of Business Administration.
STARDUST: THE COL BRAIN STORY: ABC RN CABARET RADIO SHOW (MAY 2016)
Musicians from the Geelong West Brass Band, including:
Musical Director/Cornet: Jeff Steele
Cornet: Gemma Hale
Horn: Caitlin Taylor
Trombone: Nicole Pernice
Euphonium: Olivia Larkens
Tubas: Michael Smith & Jacqui Adcock
Performer: Joel Carnegie
Director: Tom Molyneux (not pictured)
Sound Engineers: Tim Symonds & Richard Girvan (not pictured)
Executive Producer: Claudia Taranto (not pictured)
GETTING ON WITH THE SHOW CREW:
ABC RN RADIO MUSICAL (MAY 2015)
Music & Lyrics by Robert Tripolino & Hugo Chiarella (not pictured)
Reporter/Producer: Joel Carnegie
Leading Lady: Alinta Chidzey (not pictured)
Leading Man: Trevor Ashley (not pictured)
Supporting Actor/Musician: Stefanie Jones
Musicians: Joel Loukes & Tom Doublier
Sound Engineer: Tim Symonds
Supervising Producer: Jesse Cox (not pictured)
Executive Producer: Julie Shapiro (not pictured)
The Space Company is delighted to be the official Media Partner for Cheeseagle's "Phoenix" and "Happyland" 2015/2016 projects - two dynamic art initiatives having real life impact in the slum communities of Manila (Phillipines).
Cheeseagle believes in the power of art to start conversations and make change. They work with communities who are living in exceptional circumstances - invisible, forgotten or marginalized by broader society - and whose stories remain untold. Their art projects invite the sharing of new stories.
For more info - please visit: www.cheeseagle.com