Filming an Interview with Jennene Riggs & Pauline Bonney

Learn about preparing and recording an interview with Jennene Riggs (Riggs Australia) and Pauline Bonney (Karnpi Designs).

This live workshop was recorded on 4th November, 2020 at Esperance Community Arts as part of the Digital Creation Hub.

Jennene Riggs


Jennene has dedicated twenty years to producing a full spectrum of content, from feature length broadcast documentaries to short form online promos and TV commercials, which showcase incredible Australian landscapes, seascapes, culture, history, diversity and ecology. She has a comprehensive skill set spanning research and development of story ideas, scriptwriting, filming, directing, production and editing. With her flare for capturing stunning visuals and crafting dynamic narratives in the edit, Jennene’s audiences are drawn in to the inspiring and authentic stories she tells across a ranges of genres including nature, science, history, social impact, culture and the arts.

Pauline Bonney

Former Television Presenter/Report and Radio Station Manager/Broadcaster

As a former Television Presenter and News Reporter for The Golden West Network’s (GWN) programs Milbindi and Marnum News, Pauline’s role is to help you get more comfortable and present well on camera.

About the Digital Creation Hub

The Digital Creation Hub Project is delivered by Esperance Community Arts in partnership with a collective of local content creators: Dorothy Henderson, Pauline Bonney, Meredith Waters, Jennene Riggs, and Kim Maslin.

This project will provide a range of opportunities to help artists and community groups become more confident in presenting creative work in the digital space.

The Digital Creation Hub is supported by Lotterywest and Mt Burdett Foundation.
Additional assistance from Our GEMS WA and AngloGold Ashanti, allows us to deliver this project across the whole of the Goldfields-Esperance region.

Thank you to the Digital Creation Hub project sponsors and to our core funding partners

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