Tony is one of Australia’s most successful and respected producers and writers; he co-created iconic Australian series The Flying Doctors and under his first joint venture business with Beyond, Liberty & Beyond, he produced Fire for Seven, as well as the multi-award-winning Day of the Roses about the Granville train disaster and Through My Eyes about the disappearance of Azaria Chamberlain. He also wrote the final-ever episode of The Sullivans, co-wrote and produced the film Father, starring Max von Sydow, and produced In Her Skin, starring Guy Pearce, Sam Neill, Miranda Otto and Rebecca Gibney. Tony is also an established author: he published his first crime novel, Promise, in 2012. It went on to become an international bestseller with its lead character featuring in Tony’s next three books. His latest novel is Blood River, with a female cop as its main protagonist. He established Armarna Films in 2017 and joined forces with Beyond the following year.
Louise started her TV career as an actor, completing the Meisner Technique training, as well as NIDA’s acclaimed screen actor program. She has since added a Bachelor of Media Communications and a Masters in Creative Practice to her credentials, specialising in screenwriting, narrative drama and fiction writing. Louise has also taught acting at Byron Bay Film and Television School as well as the New York Film Academy, where she has held the post of deputy chair of the acting program. Louise wrote, produced, directed and starred in her first short film, Pugatorio, in 2012 and has gone on to appear in feature films such as Fame Game and TV series including Rake and Rescue Special Ops. Today, she uses her experience to contribute diverse, inclusive and gender balanced stories for the film and TV market. Her TV series The Takeaway Kids has been picked up for development with ABC Australia.