Lizzie O’Shea is a lawyer who has worked on a number of public interest cases. She has worked in a capital defence office in Louisiana, USA and at the International Labour Organisation in Geneva. She has acted for asylum seekers, a women’s health clinic, communities pursuing social change and people targeted by national security legislation, among others. She successfully represented the Aboriginal community from Muckaty in the Northern Territory who sought to stop a nuclear waste facility being built on their land. She was also part of a winning team that expanded the implied right to freedom of political communication in the High Court case of Aid/Watch Inc v Commissioner of Taxation. She has been the chair of Right Now, a human rights media organisation, and serves on a number of boards, including the National Justice Project, Digital Rights Watch and the Law Institute of Victoria’s Human Rights and Administrative Law Committee. She has featured in regular segments on ABC and community radio and on television, as well as being regularly published in major newspapers and journals. In 2016, Lizzie was a Corporate Responsibility Fellow at Columbia University in New York, where she completed her Masters in Law.
Catherine creates TV documentaries. She has created three TV documentary series for ABC TV, all aimed the youth market. Her TV documentaries have been funded by a number of organisations, including Film Victoria and Seoul Film Commission.
Catherine creates video works for specific projects, including ‘Three Photographers’, which premiered at Adelaide International Film Festival and screened in Australia and South Korea as part of the George Rose exhibition.
Catherine Gough-Brady also creates audio works that combine real and fictional elements. She has created 11 radio features for ABC Radio National. Her audio work has been funded by the Australia Council.
More info at catherinegough-brady.com
Snodger Media creates content for TV, radio and print. We specialise in projects about culture and ideas. Our projects are as diverse as creating crosswords for major daily newspapers through to TV series on Australian law.
Snodger Media specialises in creating documentaries aimed at the youth market (13-20 yo).
Snodger Media is co-owned by Tess Brady and Catherine Gough-Brady.