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STEFANIE MARKIDIS is a writer and researcher from Melbourne, Australia. Her work explores the intersection of creative and critical practice. Stefanie is undertaking a PhD at RMIT University, through which she is investigating how female identity, writing and eating practices are related.

GUY MORROW is a Macquarie University lecturer whose career trajectory to date has featured the relatively unique combination of academic research and current and ongoing creative industries engagement at a national and international level. His experience spans the realms of research publications, artist management, music and design, and video production. Guy is also a guitarist …

  PETER DOYLE is the author of four crime novels, two of his previous novels won Ned Kelly Awards, and in 2011 he received a Ned Kelly Lifetime Achievement Award. He is also the author of the City of shadows: Sydney police photographs, 1912-1948 (2005) and Crooks like us (2009) both of which were based …

VANESSA BERRY is a writer and visual artist. She is the author of two memoirs, Ninety9 (2013) and Strawberry Hills Forever (2007) and the blog Mirror Sydney, which investigates lesser known stories, places, and experiences in Sydney’s city and suburbs. She is currently a PhD candidate in Media at Macquarie University.

JULIENNE VAN LOON’s first novel, Road Story, won The Australian/Vogel’s Award in 2004. Later works – Beneath the Bloodwood Tree (2008) and Harmless (2013) – have been published to wide critical acclaim. Julienne taught into and coordinated Curtin University’s Creative Writing program for many years. She is now a Vice Chancellor’s Research Fellow in the …

JULIE-ANNE LONG has worked in a variety of dance contexts as performer, choreographer, director, producer, curator, dramaturg and mentor. She was the recipient of an Australia Council Dance Fellowship, which encompassed research, development and the realisation of an ongoing body of work entitled The Invisibility Project (2007-ongoing). She is currently Lecturer in Dance and Performance, MMCCS, …

FRANZISKA WEIDLE is a doctoral research fellow and a PhD candidate in cultural anthropology at the University of Göttingen, Germany. Her current research focuses on interactivity and documentary knowledge production. Franziska also works as an independent documentary artist and assistant of the Göttingen International Ethnographic Film Festival.

FRANCESCA RENDLE- SHORT is an associate professor in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT University, co-director of non/fictionLab and WrICE (Writers Immersion Cultural Exchange). She is an award-winning novelist, memoirist and essayist, author of the memoir-cum-novel Bite Your Tongue and novel Imago. Francesca was an International Writing Fellow at the University of Iowa …

View About 7am footage here http://vogmae.net.au/about7am/ ADRIAN MILES is Senior Lecturer and currently the Program Director of the consilience Honours lab at RMIT, in Melbourne, Australia, and leader of the Documentary node of RMIT’s non/fictionLab. He does research on computational nonfiction, and undertakes theoretically inflected digital projects. Adrian’s research interests include interactive video, pedagogies for new …

CLEO MEES is a Dutch-born writer, dancer and filmmaker. She is currently completing her PhD in filmmaking at Macquarie University, and finds endless joy and intellectual stimulation in improvised dancing. She writes performance reviews for RealTime Arts magazine and participates in various local video, writing and performance projects.

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