Executive Producer

Tom Davies

An experienced producer with an extensive background in TV advertising, Tom received his formal education from Melbourne University, graduating with honours in Creative Arts.

In September 2007, Tom headed to LA to study at UC Irvine and intern at Mandate Pictures in Beverley Hills (the production company behind Juno and Stranger than Fiction) and was also selected to participate in a student program at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, organised by The American Pavilion.

Tom worked his way up the production department food chain, sticking predominately to TV advertising (with a dash of reality and drama thrown in) and had the good fortune to work with a range of production companies, including Guilty, Positive Ape, Flare / Clemenger BBDO, First Floor Films, Sportsbet, TWBA and LateNite Films among others.

In the TVC world, Tom’s done everything from car jobs with low loaders, tracking vehicles and police escorts to travel and tourism shoots to a helicopter filming a Hercules C130 mid-air to talent sitting on a stool in front of a green screen delivering one line.

In 2013 Tom produced the Raw Nerve finalist short film Dinner for Three that debuted on ABC2, and also music video This Place for band Zone Out that was invited to screen at Flickerfest in their inaugural music video competition in 2014.

In 2016 Tom managed production for the Screen Australia funded web series Little Acorns for producer Eyvonne Carfora and in mid-2019 produced The Legend Of Burnout Barry with the team at LateNite Films which was made as part of the DisRupted Initiative and premiered on ABC Me.