We are a collective of friends preoccupied with investigating folk we like under the guise of making films.
Adam Briggs is a published essayist, epistolarian, poet, and filmmaker. His work is aimed at direct human benefit, and providing inclusion and expression for marginalised members of society. His most recent film, My Home is a Dog that Lives Inside Me, was shot on the remote Japanese island of Sado with local villagers and the underground folk musician Kazuki Tomokawa. The film has been selected to compete at international film festivals including Edinburgh International Film Festival and New Orleans Film Festival. Paris Funeral, 1972 will be his feature film directorial debut.
Rachel Choi is a producer and an intellectual property solicitor at the multinational law firm King & Wood Mallesons. Her experience working in a demanding legal environment provides a solid platform for moving across into film production where she can combine her skills with her passion for working collaboratively in a creative capacity. Most recently, she produced My Home is a Dog that Lives Inside Me. She has also worked for various film festivals and events including the Asia Pacific Screen Awards and Brisbane Asia Pacific Film Festival. Rachel completed Bachelor degrees in Law and Creative Industries (Film, TV & Screen) from Queensland University of Technology.
Josh Wilkinson is a sound designer and owner of Brisbane-based Burrow Studios. Josh has recorded in studios from New York to Tokyo to Reykjavik and worked with artists such as Ben Frost, Valgeir Sigurðsson, and Kazuki Tomokawa. His film credits include music arranger for Dakota Fanning’s directorial debut Hello Apartment, in which he worked closely with Dakota and musician JFDR to bring their vision to life. Josh’s compositions and sound design can also be heard in short films In a Cane Field (d. Emily Avila) and My Home is a Dog that Lives Inside Me. Outside the studio, Josh has designed sound for major projection artworks at Vivid Sydney and is lead sound designer of one of the largest outdoor theatre spectacles in Australia, the Woodford Folk Festival Fire Event.