Contact protocols

We encourage open communication at all times throughout the My Life short film project.

Should any participant need to contact a mentor or coordinator, we ask that you do this in writing via email in the first instance, to the following central address:


Personal contact can be made using the primary contact details listed below in the second instance (where deemed necessary).

You may also send a text message or make a phone call using the mobile numbers listed, following email contact, if you feel this is necessary.





Please note that personal contact to the above mentors should only be made to advise of a participant’s inability to join an upcoming workshop, or to advise project coordinators of any individual difficulties with progressing through the coursework or meeting suggested deadlines.

Questions, feedback, and comments about participants’ stories or film work should be made via email or within the platform for online workshop sessions — not via the personal contact details of a mentor.

While our mentors are committed to working with participants on an individual level and providing support and feedback in a timely manner, it is important to respect the personal and professional lives of mentors. We have supplied our personal contacts to ensure you can contact us at any time, but we ask you to use them wisely. Similarly, we will always try to call you back or reply to your messages in a timely manner but we ask for your understanding and patience at busy times.

Thank you!

We acknowledge and pay respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, Elders, and custodians across Australia, whose customs and cultures continue to inspire and connect us.

Please note, sections of our website may contains images, video, audio, and writings of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who have passed. We acknowledge them for the indelible mark they have left on our journey.