storry_waltonStorry Walton AM, a former Director of the Australian Film & Television School, has been a producer, director, writer and manager in television, radio and the arts for over 50 years. 

Radio: Producer ABC drama and features; Chair Station 2NSB.

Television: Producer of first live to air international satellite programs (ABC/BBC), one of first producers of children’s, music, arts, talks, religious, and rural programs. Major productions the arts and in drama, including the serial My Brother Jack.  Documentary director Man Alive BBCTV London.

Related activity includes: Member of Australian UNESCO Committee for the Arts, Director Interim Training Scheme, later Director AFTS, Vice President CILECT Brussels, Member of the Interim Board of the AFC, Technical Consultant and External Examiner of the Hong Kong Academy of the Performing Arts, Course Supervisor and Consultant Asia Pacific Institute for Broadcasting Development, Kuala Lumpur. Chair of Board of Studies and member of the Board of NIDA, Member of Board of Sydney College of the Arts, Member of Board of Management Sydney Symphony Orchestra, Executive Director of International Cultural Corporation of Australia. Chair Australian International Conservatorium of Music, Senior Lecturer (television and performing arts) at Charles Sturt University. Author Shooting Through: Australian Film and the Brain Drain, Currency Press.