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Meredith Emmanuel
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Meredith Emmanuel

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. founded her business in 1997 with a vision of providing strategic, cost effective public relations and graphic design services. With 30 years experience in film, television, radio, music, home video and media, Emmanuel has built an impressive network of valuable relationships. She has worked in Europe, Australasia and the United States with notable companies and clients including Dattner Dispoto and Associates, Untitled, Supreme Organization, CBS, the William Morris Agency, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation and the Australian Trade Commission. Her favourite TV show is Law & Order and she does not believe in giraffes. Please do not try to convince her they exist (unless you're prepared to give her a 'real life' one). 

 
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Harry Stranger

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. grew up in the Hunter Valley, a rural region 120km North of Sydney, Australia. He is currently studying media arts, journalism and Japanese at the University of Technology, Sydney. He previously taught English at the University of Ha Noi and is a passionate portrait photographer. His work has appeared in Variety, TV Week and Australian Cinematographer, among others. His favourite sports team is current quidditch world champions the Australian Dropbears, but he holds a soft spot for his home team the UTS Opaleyes.

 

 
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Wyatt Moss-Wellington

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. is an Australian-born PR consultant, social critic and writer, progressive folk musician and swell bloke. His road to Emmanuel Bates Communications has comprised various work-like exertions, entertainment industry contact building and general shindiggery across five continents. He holds an MA in Writing (UTS) and a BA in Drama (UQ). His second studio album, Gen Y Irony Stole My Heart released in 2011. Progression magazine called it “deranged therapy”, which is Wyatt’s favourite review quote. He is currently on sabatical "working for Disney." 

 
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