Frazer Bull-Clark is a Sydney-based writer, actor and director who grew up in Canberra. He holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts in Screen Arts from Sydney College of the Arts and a Graduate Certificate in Directing from the Australian Film Television and Radio School. He formed Green Crate to produce original projects and with various collaborators has created short films, music videos and installations. In his work he is passionate about telling stories that explore the complexities and surprises of the everyday. His short documentary Leaving Lost (2013) was a finalist in the Digital Portraiture Award at the National Portrait Gallery and screened at the National Film and Sound Archive. His short film Set Times (2022) had its world premiere at the Flickerfest International Short Film Festival and has gone on to screen at festivals around Australia and internationally, and received an award for Best Editing at the Canberra Short Film Festival. He has been commissioned to make videos for RealTime and Contour 556 - Canberra’s Art Biennial and his work has screened at the Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, ANU School of Art & Design Gallery, Canberra Contemporary Art Space and the Sydney Underground Film Festival, and is held in the Macquarie Group Collection. He has directed music videos for a number of acclaimed Australian bands including The Cannanes and Day Ravies. He is currently developing his debut feature film, the thriller Rare Books.

Green Crate operates on the lands of the Eora Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded.

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