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graeme watson

graeme watson

didn't really drink tea until he started working here

Graeme Watson is pvi collective’s communication coordinator. he spends his time creating promotional materials, managing the collective’s social media channels and website, and setting up media opportunities for the team.

Outide of pvi collective graeme is a broadcaster and communicator working across print media, television, radio and new media.

He is the co-owner of LGBTI news site OUTinPerth. Graeme volunteers as a producer and broadcaster at community radio station RTRFM 921, and also appear regularly as a commentator on Nine News Perth and radio stations across australia.

graeme is also a casual academic at edith Cowan university teaching journalism.

As a producer he has helmed high budget corporate film productions for clients including Channel Nine, Rio Tinto and Landcorp. In the theatre realm Graeme produced the independent plays Degree Absolute and Cry Havoc.

Many years ago Graeme began his working career as a performer. He trained as a dancer at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts. In 2019, after 23 years away from the stage, Graeme played Editor Webb in Black Swan State Theatre’s production of Our Town for the Festival of Perth.

Graeme joined pvi collective in the part-time role of Communications Coordinator in March 2019.

  • manages the messages
  • wordsmith
  • owns thousands of CDs, cassettes and records
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