Blink TV is a comedy, entertainment and music based company.
We produce high-end primetime TV series and specials.
Blink TV was established in 2008. Since then Blink has gained a successful reputation for working with and nurturing new Australian comedy and entertainment talent, while teaming up with the best musicians, artists, filmmakers, writers, directors and producers. We produce anything from short clips, quiz shows to longform comedy series. We tailor programs for artists and networks, and we have a very successful track record, for creating irreverent, clever and entertaining shows.
Our creative team is headed by Paul Clarke and Bryan Moses – both award winning writers and directors.
Our head of production is Stephanie Werrett, who has worked on 5 minute series, right through to giant projects like APEC, The Commonwealth Games, Eurovision and The London Olympics.
Our clients include:
Channel 4 Uk
Sky Arts UK
Our creative partners include:
Paul Clarke is a filmmaker and entertainment producer with a proven track record as one of Australia’s most innovative and successful entertainment and factual television creators.
Filmmaker, Writer, Director, Producer, EP
Stephanie Werrett is a highly qualified and experienced production and broadcast professional. She has managed a diverse range of content and projects from documentaries, prime time TV specials and studio based shows, through to major outside broadcasts and large scale events. Stephanie’s production, budget and logistical expertise has been honed over many key operational and management roles on major international sporting and political events, including the Commonwealth Games in Melbourne 2006, the Asian Games in Doha 2006, APEC 2007 in Sydney and the London Olympics in 2012. She has also worked on the Eurovision Song Contest from 2009 to 2014...
Bryan Moses is a Sydney based director, writer, and actor. Bryan has written and directed several award winning short films. Between 1999 and 2002 Bryan was a three time finalist in Australia’s biggest short film festival Tropfest. His 80 dollar short film “Life in a Datsun” took out best comedy at Tropfest and the St Kilda film festival in 1999 and his most recent Tropfest short film “The Mistake” has gone viral with over 3 million views currently on YouTube.
Bryan has written produced and directed for several TV shows, including cult comedy series “Double the Fist” which took out the AFI (Australian Film Institute) award for best comedy series in 2004. The second series of “Double the Fist” aired in September 2008 and was also nominated for an AFI award. Double the fist has sold to several countries including the UK, Canada, Spain, Norway, Sweden, New Zealand, and the Ukraine.
Most recently Bryan created the futuristic racing game “Alternator” for the ABC and Screen Australia, created comedy documentary “The Arecibo Message” for SBS, and was series producer of “Tropfest TV” also for SBS. He is currently in post production on his first feature film, the low budget action comedy “The Tail Job”.