Frunch gave visibility to Australia’s creative communities by co-founding The Thousands city guides. He was managing director of Right Angle Studio and is current managing director of Rooftop Cinema, The Good Copy and Single Double. He also steers the development of several digital start-ups, including Archetype Media—representing Complex Media Networks in Australia.
Over two decades spent at agencies in London, New York and Tokyo, Melissa created strategies for global brands including Coca-Cola, Shell, Renault, Adidas, Microsoft, P&G, Diageo, GSK and Unilever. She returned to Melbourne in 2009 and now distributes her skills across The Good Copy, Single Double and her own strategy agency, Less and More.
Kane worked as a national editor of The Thousands city guides before joining The Good Copy. As a creative director, he’s created video content for Ansell, Skyn, Pimm’s, Carsales, Builders Academy and Melbourne Central. His writing has been published by Vice, Smith Journal, Noisey, Thump, Broadsheet and other places that dig his ramblings.
Brodie has worked at Lifelounge Agency and the New York-based online video platform Portable TV. She is the founding editor of Filmme Fatales and has contributed to Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, New York Magazine, Jezebel, Junkee and others. Her first book, a pop-culture memoir titled No Way! Okay, Fine, was released by Hachette in July 2017.