My name’s Ash Starkey. I’m an award winning digital filmmaker specialising in documentaries, educational resources and factual films that have been screened around the world on cinema screens and commercial television. Some of the history based films I’ve collaborated on include Ute-opia (commemorating the 60th anniversary of the Holden ute); The Closed Schools of Marion, Balfours City Site 1910 – 2003, A&H Doddridge Blacksmith's Shop, and The First Anzac Day.
Your film can include interviews combined with archival stills and film, live action, voiceover, animation, soundtrack and can be accompanied by award winning artwork.
Here’s a client testimonial: ‘It is always a pleasure to work collaboratively with Ash. His professional stance is exemplary. I recommend him most highly both for the quality of his work and for an excellent way of working.’ Angela Scarino (Associate Professor, University of South Australia/ Director, Research Centre for Languages & Cultures).