Award winning songwriter and producer. His keyboard playing can be heard on over 120 albums, TV commercials, films or videos. He has worked with such luminaries as David Moyse (Air Supply), Andrew James (Midnight Oil) Hugh Wilson (Vertigo) and legendary recording engineer Keith Walker whose live recording credits include Midnight Oil as well as Elton John live. Jeff has composed and produced music that now travels the globe on every Royal Brunei Airlines aircraft, as well as music for the Network 7 coverage of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games and the theme for the 2007 Australian Design Awards.
He is undertaking doctoral research at UTS in issues of workplace health and safety in the contemporary music industry & has an MA (with honours) in Music and Cultural Studies and a BA Dip Ed (majoring in English Literature).
With Julie, he is the author of Living With A Creative Mind - an operating handbook for creative people, which is published in English and Japanese. He is the co-founder of The Zebra Collective: consulting on effective management and leadership of creative people. This has an online service delivering the latest from their on-going research, and exclusive interviews with world class creative practitioners including multi-platinum award winning music producer Charles Fisher (Savage Garden) veteran songwriter Chris Sester (Jet), Hollywood film director Alethea Jones, TED alumnus, MOMA exhibited artist and advertising executive George Lois (MTV, Tommy Hilfiger), independent artist Kimbra and luminary music producer Hank Linderman (The Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Robert Lamm).
Unpacking the Canada Council's $85m Digital Strategy Fund. What worked and what can the arts sector in Australia learn from it?
Scenic Rim Regional Council and SWQ Regional Arts are presenting a series of 11 Arts Dinners in person and online.
Arts Dinners Online delivers a professional development, networking and fun event so that people can participate in this from the comfort of their own home.
Little Lunch Online (LLOL) is a daily online meet up and creative exchange to support the Australian arts sector during the Corona Virus pandemic.