Toni Houston Media is committed to the art of story telling, with a particular focus on the documentary genre.

Whether a personal life story or a big budget documentary, Toni Houston Media has the skill, resources and experience to get to the heart of the each story, and produce a film that is unique and engaging, complex in content, appealing to its target audience, and delivered at the highest industry standard.

Toni Houston’s passion for, and commitment to, the documentary genre goes back to the start of her career.  
She was the youngest successful applicant for a Post Graduate diploma in video production at the Victorian College of the Arts, after which she completed a Masters in Documentary Production at the prestigious Australian Film, Television & Radio School. Her graduating documentary film, Making Sense, was a finalist in the Australian Film Institute “ATOM” awards in the Best Short-form Documentary category, and winner of the NSW Australian Cinematography Society award.

Toni Houston has worked for over 25 years in the film and television industry, with many professional credits across different production roles, including scriptwriter, editor, cinematographer and director.

Early in her career she worked as in-house associate producer, script-writer and researcher for the Nine Network, Australia, on two prime-time series; Good Medicine and Real TV. She then worked as segment producer and presenter on the Channel 10 weekly series, World of Water, which was distributed via Foxtel to 110 countries worldwide.

Toni was then employed by the prestigious ABC Natural History Unit, Melbourne, as second unit director and researcher for the 4 part series Eye of the Storm, after which she was commissioned to write and direct a 1 hour special for Channel 7’s World Around Us prime-time slot, entitled Atlanta’s Child.

Toni has also worked for many independent documentary companies on various productions that have aired both nationally and internationally.

Most recently Toni was director, producer, editor and camera for a 27 minute version of her feature documentary Being Change commissioned by the ABC TV’s Compass program, and was co-producer and camera for The Peacemaker on the ABC’s Australian Story program.