Robbie Hood is a charismatic thirteen-year-old misfit with a heart of gold, who skirts the law to right the wrongs he sees taking place in his community.
Robbie Hood is a Ludo Studio and Since1788 production for SBS, directed by Dylan River (Finke: There and Back, Sweet Country), written by Kodie Bedford (Mystery Road, Grace Beside Me), produced by Tanith Glynn-Maloney (She Who Must Be Loved, Nulla Nulla) and Meg O’Connell (Doodles, The Sketchy Show), with Charlie Aspinwall (Bluey, Doodles), Daley Pearson (#7DaysLater, The Strange Calls) and Sue Masters (SBS) executive producing.
David served as the editor for the trailer.
Bluey is an inexhaustible six year-old Blue Heeler dog, who loves to play and turns everyday family life into extraordinary adventures, developing her imagination as well as her mental, physical and emotional resilience.
Welcome to Dinghy Girls, Torres Strait women in their element, daring to challenge the wild frontier of their sea country. They are young, vivacious and yearn for adventure out on the vast seascape of the Torres Strait.
Screened on ABC iView in 2018. Written and directed by Shanice Tabua, produced by Aaron Fa’aoso. David served as the editor.
A mother and a daughter who suffers from a crippling fear of death run a post-mortem photography business in 1840’s Australia. A short horror film for the Screen Queensland Scream QLD initiative.
A 9-part LGBTQ web series, which explores the struggles several 20-somethings face in the precarious turning points of their lives as they strive to define themselves.
Winner of Best Student Series at the Melbourne Web Fest and nominated for Best Editor and Best Web Series at the T.O. WEBFEST. Created by Mary Duong, produced by Rhiannon Steffensen. David served as the editor for episodes 1-3.
From the first rocket launch in 1926 to Gagarin, Armstrong, Hubble, Curiosity and beyond, take a fast ride through the history of human space exploration.
David produced and edited this short film.
Grieving over the death of her estranged father, Angie breaks into his home, trying to reconnect with his memory until she comes face to face with Erin, the woman that tore their family apart.
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An Australian girl and a Singaporean guy living in each other’s country form an online friendship, but can it lead to more?
Co-written by David Peterson and Kelvin Chua, directed by Kelvin and produced by David at Griffith Film School, In Transit was shot on location in Australia and Singapore. It screened at the Cannes Short Film Corner and at the St. Kilda Short Film Festival in 2013, and on broadcast on SBS in 2014.