has been producing documentaries on Women’s History, particularly from a feminist perspective with a focus from the 70’s onwards. She has also amassed a vast resource of Archival material covering issues such as reconciliation, Eco Feminism and stopping violence against Women. She has been producing Community TV Shows Since 1996. Her focus has been: The Woman’s Perspective and she has indulged her passion for recording contemporary Women’s history.
One of her current projects is producing a half hour television programme called Coffee Break which screens three times weekly in Sydney, Adelaide and Brisbane.
Because the content of Coffee Break is selected and edited by Jan wood, A new genre has emerged in that the television series is Female-Centric. Coffee Break screens on TVS Sydney, C31 Adelaide and QCTV Brisbane, please check the Coffee Break Page for viewing times and you can watch the programmes online at tvs.org.au at 8pm Sunday, 1pm Monday and 2:30pm Friday EST.
Coffee Break has an emphasis on featuring creative minded people and also explores issues surrounding relationships.
She is currently looking for sponsors for her program.
is Woodland Productions Final Cut Studio specialist, and has been editing video for the last three years. He has edited short films, community Tv shows and documentaries. He is proficient in a wide range of Final Cut Pro Tools including colour correction and multi-cam editing. Also able to fix a lot of sound problems using Soundtrack Pro. Contact Tom at email@example.com for any enquiries.
is the Oceanic Adventures Cinematographer. He has sailed the Coral Sea, The Louisiard Passage and his trip sailing across the Atlantic Ocean. He Backpacked through South America and returned to Australia via Easter Island and has documentary footage about his adventures.
Ray Wood is Woodland productions executive producer and is looking for financial assistance through sponsorship.
Jan Wood: photo by Anne Barber & Madeleine Northey, Admiralty House 7.3.12,
Max Wood: photo by Tom Psomotragos, Tom Wood: photo by Madeleine Northey