Professor Steven Boyages
Steven Boyages brings enormous energy and talent for innovation to the area of digital media and marketing. His career is earmarked by a quest for innovation and over the horizon thinking. He has successfully applied these skills not only to patient care, but to the design and operations of major health systems, to public health, information and communications’ technology, to education and training and to systems of research.
He has Clinical Professorial appointments to The University of Sydney and the University of Western Sydney.
Steven is a world leader in health information technology, models and systems of care and chronic disease management.
Since 1991, Christopher Watson’s work as a film director has encompassed productions shot all over the world, in locations such as London, Moscow, Hollywood and Mumbai.
Chris has made music videos for the likes of Vanessa Amorosi and Adam Brand; has directed action and performance sequences for feature length films in Europe and the USA; and has won international awards for his insightful short films. He has also directed commercials throughout Europe, working with many of the most prestigious advertising agencies, including Saatchi & Saatchi London, Grey and BBH.
Chris’s formal training includes a BA in sculpture from Curtin University, Western Australia and Honours in Media Studies (High Distinction).
Winning an award at a Film Competition at the age of 16, confirmed James’ love for visual story-telling.
He went on to study Film and Television Production Techniques and later continued with studies in Photography.
His 25 year professional journey saw him a senior video editor in three important domains; CBA TV, Prime 7 HQ Canberra and the News Department of Channel 7 Sydney.
With all this experience he brings to Red Zeppelin the skills to produce fast paced video stories that do speak you language and more importantly, your market’s language.
Since 2006, Cole has carved a niche for himself as a photographer and photojournalist with subjects varying from hard-line politics in the press gallery of Parliament House to fashion editorials, food, and everything in between. The majority of his photojournalism work - including photographs of political leaders and personalities from all over the world - is represented by Getty Images. Cole has shot campaigns for government and NGOs, worked with a host of agencies and has been published in magazine and newspapers around the globe. Having photographed, among others, His Holiness the Dalai Lama and Her Majesty the Queen, Cole embodies the vision of a reality that is poetic.
Marjorie Solomon’s communications experience boasts both breadth and depth, with roles in media relations, lobbying, publications, event management, web development and social media.
Between 1997 and 2004 Marjorie worked in London in both government and media relations – across a variety of industries, but with a particular focus on healthcare. Returning to Australia in 2004, she set-up and ran the communications division for a major native title organisation in WA.
Since late 2006, she has worked as a communications consultant in Australia and abroad. These days, she spends most of the year in Melbourne.
Zander used to be a professional athlete before discovering the magic of the moving image. Worry not, he is all right now. A natural storyteller, he joined Red Zeppelin in November 2013, after his formal film studies. With his practical mind and keen eye, he is the third man in every video or stills Zeppelin project.