Multi-media projects – exploring the boundaries of theatre, film and music – is a primary focus of Toni Houston Media.

A long-term interest in theatre, combined with a love of the narrative force of music, has led Toni into a very specialized realm of music-driven documentary production, such as the award winning Coral Sea Dreaming - Awaken.

She was then director, cinematographer and editor for Melt, a jazz fusion album by singer/songwriter Corinne Gibbons, for which Toni produced a DVD of complimentary video clips. The combined show of back-projected imagery and live performance was launched at the Singapore Repertoire Theatre and has since toured worldwide.

Most recently Toni was director and editor of the multi-media project, AQUA, chronicling the plight of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef. AQUA is a non-narrative, music-driven film, featuring the award-winning marine library of David Hannan and the music of famous Dutch composers/percussionists, Safri Duo.

Since then Toni has worked on hybrid theatre/music/film productions with fLiNG Physical Theatre, most notably producing the film backing for a live dance performance selected to appear at the 2012 Singapore Youth Festival.

Most recently she was employed by South East Arts as cinematographer and editor for the Price’s Café Exhibition, chronicling the tales of local Aboriginal people during the racially divided 1950s and ‘60s. This multimedia exhibition was launched at the 2013 Eurobodalla “River of Art” festival, and is aimed for international tour.

AQUA premiered at Parliament House, Canberra, and was the only Australian event included in the Official Cultural Program of the COP15 Climate Change Conference, Copenhagen. At the conference, AQUA was performed as a live show with Safri Duo, involving 60 percussion instruments and footage back-projected on a cinema sized screen.

Whether it be a music clip or actor demo reel, imagery or edit for live performance, or professional coverage of theatre/music events, look no further than Toni Houston Media.