Moya Sayer-Jones is our founding human. Her background is in writing and broadcasting. As a graduate of Sydney University and the Australian Film and Television School, Moya has written in Australia and internationally: in print, film, television and theatre. She is a novelist with Penguin Books, a broadcaster (ABC radio), columnist. (SMH/Good Weekend) and corporate speaker. Moya has significant experience in both urban and regional issues. Click here to read why she decided to move from telling her own stories to helping other people tell theirs.
Dean Golja has been a practising commercial and fine art photographer for twenty years. He has been selected for numerous awards including the National Portrait Prize and the Bowness Prize and has exhibited work internationally in venues including the George Pompidou Centre in Paris and the Leica Gallery in Solm, Germany. He holds a Masters degree in Electronic Arts from ANU.
Clive Jones. Prior to joining Only Human in 2006, Clive was the creative director of a full service design and print production studio with a staff of ten. He was responsible for strategic concepts, book design, packaging, press ad campaigns, the web, signage and exhibition design. His recent work includes design and concept for the book Big Story Country commissioned by Regional Arts Australia.
Anthony Hughes specialises in digital publishing. He has helped organisations as diverse as Cambridge University, the Milan Chamber of Commerce, Danfoss (Denmark), ORFE Pharmaceutical (Russia), UCIEP (USA) and the International Development Program of Australian Universities (IDP) with Internet, e-learning, training and digital community creation.
Jennifer Cummins is the principal of Heiress Films, a factual and documentary company, specialising in intimate personal stories. Most recent projects include the ABC AWGIE nominated programs Life at 1 and Life at 3. She is currently producing the Happiness series for the ABC. This year Heiress and Only Human collaborated to produce a series of short films about foster care, Someone Like Me.
Meriel Schulz is a clinician and health educator with extensive national experience in the public health and social justice sectors. Meriel is advisor to the National Preventative Health Taskforce and brings specialist skills in research, evaluation and development of innovative training materials.
Julia Williamson is our saviour in the office. Julia keeps us all on the move (and on our toes!)