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I’m Tiffany-Jayne Martin, an up-and-coming Creative Film Producer, with bases in Brisbane and Sydney, Australia.

In my short career as a Creative Film Producer, I’ve worked with some of Australia’s finest, up-and-coming talent on music videos, television advertisements, television shows, and short films.

I’m building a strong reputation for being a reliable and high achieving Creative Film Producer, especially when it comes to budget and time management. I have a friendly approach to running a production and consider everyone from wardrobe to make-up and lighting when making decisions. My philosophy is focused on keeping people happy to ensure the production meets time, budget, quality and creative objectives.

My passion lies in producing films that keep audiences thinking well after the credits have rolled. But don’t be surprised if I release a quirky musical or black comedy; anything goes in a TJM production.

With a collection of projects always on the go, I will be working on some great new productions and getting them ready for the festival circuit. I constantly receive new scripts from scriptwriters in Australia and around the world and have an eye for knowing what will be successful. I will always consider any exciting new project that comes my way.

Keep an eye out for Tiffany-Jayne Martin productions in the future. Until then, you can connect with me via InstagramTwitter, Facebook and LinkedIn or send me an email.

 

Career Highlights:
 AACTA accredited Producer and Writer – 2013
 Official Selection – No Small Stories Film Festival – 2016
 Short Film: “INK”
 Official Selection – Simply Shorts Film Festival – 2015
 Short Film: “INK”
 Official Selection – Dungog Film Festival – 2011
 Music Video: “Black Keys”
 Short Film: “Too Soon”
 Finalist – Shorts on the Green – 2011
 Short Film: “Too Soon”
 Official Selection – Tucson Film & Music Festival – 2011
 Music Video: “Black Keys”
 Shortlisted – Best of All Entries, Porsche International Student Advertising Awards – 2010
 Commercial: “Great Dreams, Start Small”