We are delighted to introduce our brand new podcast, Stories from the Crest.
Created by TV producer Claudia Nankervis (OM 2012), and emerging filmmaker Fraser Pemberton (OM 2011), Stories from the Crest shares the stories of Old Michaelians from across the history of the School.
In this interview style podcast, Fraser and Claudia explore the lives of Old Michaelians who share a common link through their school, but that have very different stories to tell. It is our hope that the thoughtful, witty and wise reflections of these Old Michaelians will provide our current and former students, staff, parents and members of the wider community with insights and perspectives to inspire them into the future.
Our first series features the stories of Winter Olympian Brodie Summers (OM 2011), the first female chief medical officer in the Commonwealth Department of Health and Family Services Judith Whitworth (OM 1961), Hollywood film director Patrick Hughes (OM 1996), and AFLW star Izzy Huntington (OM 2017), just to name a few.
Stories from the Crest is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and most other popular podcast applications. New episodes will be published every fortnight during school term time for a limited series of episodes.
FRASER PEMBERTON (OM 2011)
Fraser is a local Melbourne filmmaker who works primarily as a writer, director, and cinematographer. He loves to explore distinctly Australian stories that retain fundamentally human concerns, addressing the themes of time, memory, and loss. His most recent film Hourglass has been the recipient of over 10 festival selections and won Best International Student Short at the Glendale International Film Festival in 2018. He is currently completing his Master’s degree in Narrative Film at the Victorian College of the Arts and is a co-founder of production company Dogmilk Films.
CLAUDIA NANKERVIS (OM 2012)
Claudia is an emerging producer with an impressive list of credits in film, television, radio and podcasts, including Production Assistant on Rockwiz for SBS and Assistant Television Producer at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Claudia has worked at production company Gristmill as production runner, executive assistant and is now producing several projects in development.
We would also like to specially thank current Year 12 students James Pace and Jordan Klein who wrote and recorded the wonderful music you hear throughout each episode.