Peppercorn Project was formed in 2012, an innovative social purpose partnership between Paris Naday and Darmin Cameron.
Peppercorn Project is is a rapidly growing independent multi-media production art-house based in Northern NSW Australia delivering a diverse range of cross platform and multi-dimensional content for web, cinema and TV as well as delivering education and training programs in professional and personal development.
Since forming their partnership in 2011Paris and Darmin have won the Spirit of Woodford Video award, the Coraki art Award for best sculpture and had their work screened at Film Festivals.
Paris and Darmin also work collaboratively and separately on art projects to see some of their work visit http://www.pd.peppercornproject.com
Darmin Cameron is an experienced filmmaker and teacher and has been working professionally in the film industry since 1990. He has worked on many award winning films including the AFI nominated Nearly Normal Nimbin.and the Award winning Cry from the Heart both shown on SBS. He has many years experience working as a Youth Worker in the Youth and Family Support sector and is a qualified Workplace Trainer and Assessor and has a Masters Degree in Indigenous Studies from SCU.
Darmin's Art http://www.darmin.com.au
Paris Naday has many years experience working with multimedia technologies with her own IT consultancy business Bridge Digital with over 12 years industry experience in graphic and website design, film and audio production including directing projects for youth 'at risk', teaching multimedia in primary, secondary, vocational and higher education and coordinating film festivals and competitions. Paris is currently a multimedia tutor at Southern Cross University and was IT manager At SAE audio engineering and film institute. Paris has a Bachelor of Film Production, a Graduate Diploma in IT and is a qualified workplace Trainer and Assessor.
Paris's Art http://www.parisnaday.com