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We represent creative, versatile, diverse and expert performing artists across all platforms – Radio, TV, Stage, Film, Print, Online, Corporate and Commercial.

We aim to provide our clients with long-term careers and relationships with local and international audiences.

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  • Karen Martini named MWFW Legend of 2021

    Karen Martini has been named one of Melbourne Food & Wine Festival’s Legends of 2021 in the Chefs, Restauranteur, Hospitality Professional sector. This is a huge and well deserved honour to the Chef, who has spent more than 20 years in the industry. Check out the full article on Karen, and the other winners of… Continue Reading»

  • Marc Fennell picks up three gold medals at New York Festival Radio Awards

    Huge congratulations to Marc Fennell who has taken home three gold medals at the 2021 New York Festival Radio Awards. Marc won gold in the History category for ‘Stuff the British Stole’, and two gold for ‘Nut Jobs’ in Serialised Podcast and Narrative / Documentary Podcast categories.


The Christmas season is officially in full swing, we have so many of our talented clients (like the brilliant @bonnieandersonmusic πŸ‘† who you can see at Royal Randwick on Dec 3rd!) already booked up for live events this year, we couldn't be happier! πŸŽ„πŸŽ„ ...

A massive congratulations to @amanthai who yesterday found out she WON the Innovation Award at this years @thinkers50_global - this is massive, as she is also the first Australian to ever win this award! πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ #Repost @amanthai with @make_repost
A couple of months ago, I found out that I had been shortlisted for the Thinkers50 innovation award. For those not familiar, @thinkers50_global is a London-based company that has been described by the Financial Times as the "Oscars for Management Thinking". I know it well because many of the people whose thinking I most admireΒ have featured on the Thinkers50 list (Dan Pink, Seth Godin, Clay Christensen, Adam Grant, Rachel Botsman, Jim Collins, I could go on...).

This year, the awards ceremony was part face-to-face (in London) and part virtual, and the organisers asked if I could attend via Zoom for the section where they would be announcing the innovation award. I was a bit non-committal because it was EARLY Melbourne time AND because I thought I had a snowflake's chance in hell of winning given the amazing thinkers who were also nominated for this award. Anyway, the organisers shuffled the time around a bit and I logged on to Zoom at the allocated slot.

So I was sitting in the virtual Green Room on Zoom as the award was being announced. As Yoshikuni Takashige from Fujitsu (who sponsored the award) was saying "and the winner is…",Β  Zoom moved me to the Main Stage room so I didn't actually hear who won. I thought to myself, 'They are probably moving all the nominees to the main stage' so I still had no idea until the MCs said "Congratulations Amantha!" So yeah, I won!

I suspect that this may be some elaborate practical joke (it hasn't quite sunk in), but for now, I am basking in the glory of being the first Australian to win this award.
PS. Massive thank you to the team at Thinkers50 - no idea how you found me hiding out here in Oz, but you are totally awesome and I love what you do and I am ridiculously humbled to now be part of your community.​
​#ideaswithpurpose #thinkers50

It’s not too late to KIC off @brookejowett HIIT challenge with @keepitcleaner @jrsylabel #KIC #HIIT #Workout #CMCTalent ...