Earth Base Productions is based on the Sunshine Coast and works throughout the State and nationally. James Muller, has over 20 years experience in the film, television and digital media industries.
I have been commissioned, collaborated or worked for organisations such as ABC, SBS, Ch 7, Screen Queensland, Arts Queensland, Boart Longyear International, Australia Council, AIATSIS, Queensland Arts Council, Brisbane City Council, Sunshine Coast Council, Noosa Council, Gladstone and Calliope Councils, Education Queensland, Queensland Health, Northern Territory History Unit, Contact Inc, Theiss, Noosa Regional Gallery, Caloundra Regional Gallery, Institute of Modern Art, Festivals Australia, Queensland Theatre Company, Woodford and Dreaming Festivals, Floating Land, the Island Vibe Festival, QUT, University of Queensland Indigenous Unit, Central Queensland University, Mornington Island Dancers and Papulu Aparr Kari Language Centre.
James Muller has worked on 16mm, 35mm and 70mm film productions including the AFI award winning ‘Cybergirl’ TV series, Tropfest finalist with the film ‘The Race’ and the IMAX film ‘Science of Speed’.
Winner of the Glossies – Greening the Arts Award, Sunshine Coast 2011 & 2012.
Wildlife Film Festival (USA) – finalist with the documentary Keeping Noosa Natural for my role as editor (2010).