About me.

I’m a creative video producer and director with 13+ years’ experience. I specialise in branded factual content.


I have extensive experience in both developing creative and providing editorial direction to communications challenges, as well as leading the production and delivery of video content.


Notable projects include branded micro-documentary collaborations for IBM and TED, shot on location in Nigeria, Kenya, and South Africa, as well as TVCs for Red Nose and Guide Dogs Victoria.


My work has been seen on every Australian free-to-air network, as well as CNN.com, TED.com, BBC3, theguardian.com, and Channel 4 (UK).


I have experience leading productions in conditions ranging from the headquarters of major international financial institutions, to track-side at off-road races through the Australian desert, to slums in third-world countries (after we finished negotiating with armed gangs).


I’m attracted to stories over budgets; as such I’m a seasoned production generalist and a self-shooter when required. I know how to put every cent on screen.


I have worked in both production and post production for major TV and film service suppliers. I also have a solid background in motion graphic design.


My clients include TED, IBM, Guide Dogs Victoria, Tassal, Brewers Association (Australia), hockingstuart, Red Nose (formally SIDS and Kids), St John Ambulance, Royal Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh International Festival, BBC, STV, Diageo (Johnnie Walker, Smirnoff), Tennants Lager, Lloyds Bank, Scottish Widows, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow Commonwealth Games, and Beano (DC Thomson).


As a director I specialise in organically generating interview content that addresses specifically defined content outcomes. I’ve conducted interviews with subjects including executives from the Banking and Energy industries, senior politicians, research scientists, heads of NGOs and CEOs, as well as musicians and artists.


Please visit antdinham.com for examples of my work.