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This has been a remarkable project for us to work on.
Many people helped us compile the content and advised us on the science of climate change in Victoria, fielding requests from us at Wind & Sky with grace and promptness, correcting us where necessary and offering generous support. We were also provided incredible access to media and resources from Victoria’s eminent scientific and cultural institutions.
We would particularly like to thank Kate Phillips, Senior Curator of Science Exhibitions at Museums Victoria, Pina Milne, Manager of Collections at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Mark Rodrigue, Program Leader Marine & Coasts at Parks Victoria and Sione Napi Francis, Lead Curator Te Pasifika Gallery Redevelopment at Museums Victoria for arranging behind the scenes access, putting us in touch with story contributors and subject specialists, overseeing the look and feel of the material, and generally putting in an amazing effort.
We would also like to thank our interview subjects and story contributors for generously sharing their expertise and time with us. Their contribution is detailed in the specific acknowledgements below but they all put in many hours preparing text and audio-visual material and we thank them for their work and efforts.
We have come to realise that Victoria is blessed with a wealth of dedicated professionals and volunteers who have been working for years trying to understand, prepare for, and mitigate the effects of climate change. In the difficult time to come it is heartening to know we have the best people working on the problems. We salute them.
Project production and development took place on the lands of the Wadawurrung, Boon Wurrung and Wurundjeri peoples. We would like to acknowledge these Traditional Owners as custodians of country now undergoing significant change from the impacts of post-industrial human activity. Their custodianship and knowledge of country is more important than ever. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future and also pay our respects to Elders of other Aboriginal communities.
Jary Nemo and Lucinda Horrocks, Producers, Wind & Sky Productions.
Full Project Credits
Produced by: Lucinda Horrocks and Jary Nemo, Wind & Sky Productions
Commissioning editors on behalf of Creative Victoria: Dimity Mapstone and Georgia Melville
Project manager: Jary Nemo, Wind & Sky Productions
Digital Gallery Credits
Digital gallery content manager: Lucinda Horrocks, Wind & Sky Productions
Interview subjects: Mark Norman, Chief Conservation Scientist, Parks Victoria; Kate Phillips, Senior Curator Science Exhibitions, Museums Victoria; Professor David Cantrill, Executive Director Science, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria; Sione Napi Francis, Lead Curator Te Pasifika Gallery Redevelopment, Museums Victoria.
Story contributors: Di Bray, Rebecca Carland, Liza Dale-Hallett, Katie Date, Catherine Forge, Sione Napi Francis, Casey Gibson, Megan Hirst, Lucinda Horrocks, Jane Melville, Stuart Mills, Andrew Nixon, Stephen Poropat, Dominique Potvin, Kate Phillips, Thomas Rich, Mark Rodrigue, Kevin Rowe, Rolf Schmidt, Stella Shipway, Neville Walsh, Parks Victoria, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Museums Victoria.
Story advisors: Liza Dale-Hallett, Pina Milne, Andrew Nixon, Kate Phillips, Mark Rodrigue and Ken Walker.
Photographs and artwork by: John Augier, Australian Network for Plant Conservation, Arthur Bartholomew, Tim Bawden, Tony Bowden, John Broomfield, European Space Agency, Catherine Forge, Marc Freestone, Lucinda Gibson, Global Environment Facility, Bob Hare, D. Harley, Chris Hayward, Megan Hirst, Lucinda Horrocks, Matt Kieffer, Anna Lee, Kaveman743, Andre Messina, , Stuart Mills, Steven Moreton, Paul Morris, Museums Victoria, Mark Norman, David Paul, Thomas Parkes, Parks Victoria, Christian Pearson, Mark Rodrigue, Karen Rowe, Kevin Rowe, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Stella Shipway, David Staples, Rodney Start, John Stevenson, Jonathon Stevenson, Peter Trusler, Neville Walsh, Heath Warwick, Steven Wright.
Proofing by: Mrs Wordsworth-Bottling
Moving images by: Julian Finn, Museums Victoria and Wind & Sky Productions.
Documentary Film Credits
Documentary film written and directed by: Jary Nemo
Documentary film produced by: Lucinda Horrocks and Jary Nemo
Documentary film featuring (in order of appearance): Mark Norman, Chief Conservation Scientist, Parks Victoria; Kate Phillips, Senior Curator Science Exhibitions, Museums Victoria; Professor David Cantrill, Executive Director Science, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria; Sione Napi Francis, Lead Curator Te Pasifika Gallery Redevelopment, Museums Victoria
Documentary film additional appearances by: Friends of Beware Reef Volunteers, John Ariens, National Herbarium of Victoria Volunteers, Mary Ward, Sandra Whitty, Vicky Jaeger, Museums Victoria Staff, Mark Nikolic, Mohamed Nishath Mohamed Nizar and Chris Rowley.
Photographs and artwork in documentary film courtesy of: CSIRO Science Image, Chris Hayward, Megan Hirst, Greg McCarthy, Museums Victoria, Mark Norman, Parks Victoria, David Paul, Mark Rodrigue, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Steven Wright, Wikimedia Commons.
Moving images in documentary film courtesy of: John Ariens, Friends of Beware Reef Marine Sanctuary, Mike Irvine, Don Love, NASA, Parks Victoria, VideoBlocks
Documentary film camera, audio, editing and post production by: Jary Nemo
Documentary film interviews and research by: Lucinda Horrocks
With thanks to
Erin Batty, Di Bray, John Broomfield, Peter Dahlhaus, Julian Finn, Heather Horrocks, Don Love and the Friends of Beware Reef, Nuni Markito-Russen, the National Herbarium of Victoria, Nicole O’Brien, Anna Quinn, Nathan Robinson, Sally Stewart, Joanna Sumner, Danielle Walker, Genefor Walker-Smith, Maraika van Wessem, Peter Wilson, and Rob Zugaro.
Produced in collaboration with Museums Victoria, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria and Parks Victoria.
This project was created with the support of the Victorian Government through the Victorian Cultural Network Program and Creative Victoria.