Jane Hammond is an Australian journalist with more than 25 years experience. She specializes in stories of environmental justice, social affairs, science and politics. In 2012 she took redundancy from The West Australian newspaper and went back to university to learn the art of filmmaking. She completed a Masters of Professional Communications at Edith Cowan University in Perth doing her final units of study at the WA Screen Academy in 2016.
A Crude Injustice is Jane’s second half-hour documentary and follows A Fractured State which was released in November 2016 and looks at the high stakes battle to protect water, productive farmland and traditional lands from the gas fracking industry in Western Australia. Jane lives in the Fremantle area of Western Australia with her husband Shane and their three children.
Myles Pollard has a Bachelor of Arts in Education (Secondary) from Edith Cowan University and a Bachelor of Dramatic Art in Acting degree from NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic Art).
He has appeared in many Australian television series including Wildside, All Saints, Water Rats, East West 101, Home and Away, McLeod’s Daughters, Sea Patrol, Underbelly, Double Trouble, Packed to the Rafters, Rescue Special Ops and The war That Changed Us.
His feature film credits include Wolverine, Thirst, Drift (acted and produced), The Turning, Looking For Grace, Jasper Jones and The Gateway.
Myles has worked as an actor with respected Australian theatre companies including Ensemble, Black Swan and Bell Shakespeare.
Nick Dunlop is a freelance editor, producer and director.
His work ranges from broadcast documentary to feature film, short drama and corporate projects. He has directed two observational documentary series for ABC-1, “The Making of Collision Course” and “Comic Book Heroes”.
The latter won four WA Screen Awards including Best Editing and Best Production – Factual.
Nick is managing director of Little Star Productions, a production and post-production facility in Western Australia.