Bobbi-Lea is a creative producer and impact producer, working on social-issue documentaries and mixed-media 360 VR projects.
Bobbi-Lea has produced feature documentaries and immersive 360-projects that have debuted in prestigious international film festivals, cinema, and broadcast tv.
In the social impact space she has worked with museums and the education sector, rolling out a tour of Sorella's Story with support from the Gandel Foundation as well marketing an Australian theatrical tour with Q&A's for Randall Wood's documentary Flyways: The Untold Story of Migratory Shorebirds.
Passionate about gender equity in the screen industry, Bobbi-Lea is the current Chair of the WIFT QLD Chapter (Women in Film & Television, Australia), and a member of the Equality, Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging Council at Griffith Film School.
She also held the role Festival Director of WIFT V-FEST online women's film festival. Other accolades include being a previous resident of the SQhub with Screen Queensland two years running, the first Australian to receive the John Darling Fellowship recipient, and a three times Golden Key Honour Scholar. Bobbi-Lea is a university tutor for Griffith Film School and is a Supervising Producer/Director for LiveLab projects.
Other industry credits include: Producer of Marketing & Distribution for the award-winning theatrical feature documentary Lili, Producer of Marketing & Distribution for the award-winning broadcast documentary Happy Android, Production Manager for Trish Lake's theatrical feature documentary Love Opera, Marketing Co-ordinator for the theatrical feature films Kidnapped and This Little Love of Mine released in Event & Village Cinemas and Netflix.
Bobbi-Lea's accolades include being the first Australian to be awarded the John Darling Fellowship and spent 7 weeks in Indonesia, working with impact media NGO, EngageMedia to assist her research in impact producing. Bobbi-Lea also has three Golden Key Honour Scholar awards to her name and a LiveLab Award for academic excellence for her Masters' Degree at Griffith Film School.
December 1941: a group of women and a 10-year-old girl named Sorella Epstein are photographed after being ordered to take their outer clothing off in freezing temperatures...