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T w e n t y s o m e t h i n g   S e r i e s  2 

6 Ep Comedy Series (2012) ABC 2

 

Role: Co-director

 

Director | JESS HARRIS

Writer | JESS HARRIS

Executive Producer | NICOLE MINCHIN

Co-Producers | JESS HARRIS & JOSH SCHMIDT

Director of Photography | Dan Maxwell

 

 

 

 

 

 

R S C P A  A n i m a l  R e s c u e  S e r i e s  4

Factual Television Series (2010)

Seven Network Australia

20 x 30 min episodes

 

Role: Field Producer 

 

Production Company | IMAGINATION TELEVISION

Series Producer | ROSS WILSON

 

RSPCA Animal Rescue is an observational documentary series featuring the tough daily assignments and high pressure work faced by the RSPCA's inspectorate and veterinary staff; men and women who work tirelessly to fight animal cruelty across Australia.

 

Footage courtsey of Imagination Television.

For showreel purposes only.

 

 

 

 

 

F o o t b a l l  S u p e r s t a r   S e r i e s  2

Reality Television Series (2009)

Fox

 

Role: Associate Producer

 

Production Company | NORTH WEST

Series Producer | MARTY BENSON

 

Football Superstar was an Australian reality television series that aired on FOX8. It was hosted by Lee Furlongand Brian McFadden. The show aimed to find a new football (soccer) star from male contestants aged 16 to 21, the winner recieivng a season contract with an A-League team, Melbourne Victory.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5  L o s t   a t   S e a   ( K i j a n a )

Role: Film and sea crew

 

Co-directors | JESSE MARTIN & JOSH SCHMIDT

 

In 2001, Mika joined solo sailer JESSE MARTIN on an ill-fated project ‘The Journey of Kijana’. Her duties included writing, camera operating, offline editing, sea crewing on the yacht, on screen talent & general production tasks. After a year in development, the team of five, all under the age of 23, set sail in early 2002 to embark on what was meant to be a three year around-the-world sailing voyage. The project's ultimate vision was to produce a 13 part documentary series of the group's adventures. However, almost immediately, the dream turned terribly sour as told in the 2009 ABC documentary ‘5 LOST AT SEA’. The project was plagued by sea sickness, cabinfever, irreconcilable differences, leadership struggles, business pressures and the inevitable inexperience of youth. Along with fellow female crew member NICOLETTE FENDON, Mika left the project early but has continued to collabortae with JESSE MARTIN & fellow crew member JOSH SCHMIDT on various other projects.