Today my guest is Renee Brack, a screen & media creative and communicator with a passion for eclectic and engaging stories across print, television, film, radio and digital. Renee’s YouTube channel has racked up over 1.3 million views driven by her unique approach to interviews. Renee is a Writer, Producer, Director, Interviewer and Researcher. She’s also a Lecturer and Seminar Moderator working across higher education and corporate.
In this episode we explore a wide range of topics, reflecting Renee’s professional experiences and interests: Screenwriting and killer koalas, interviewing technique and the value of a pregnant pause, true crime podcasts and the darker side of the human heart. Renee reflects on her life and career, including her work as a television journalist which resulted in her playing herself in the year 2000 feature film Chopper. We also explore Renee’s resilient, upbeat 'can do' attitude and approach within an ever-changing media landscape.