Director, Director of Photography, Art Director
Jess Milne is a director, cinematographer, photographer and art director residing in Bulli, Wollongong.
EXPERIENCE / BIO
With degrees in fine art, theatre, digital design (hons) and a masters from AFTRS, and a career as a content producer in major organisations including Cutting Edge, Department of Defence, Mazda and the ACMA, Jess has extensive experience to lead the creative and artistic direction of TEN ALPHAS.
She co-founded content production company TEN ALPHAS which provides content across many formats, such as TVC’s, branded content, social, documentary, case studies, explainers and much more.
TEN ALPHAS are very proud to have created the content for the Invest Wollongong campaign for Wollongong City Council
TEN ALPHAS create original content including the award winning short The Road to Vagator (winner of Coal Coast Film Festival, and Short&Sweet Illawarra Festival) and the rock documentary Off the Leash in Chiang Mai
At TEN ALPHAS, Jess is Creative Director and manages the creative vision of the organisations and its content it creates. She shoots most of the companies content and oversees all post production. As Artistic Director she sets the creative look and feel for all projects and manages the team to fulfill her visions.
Jess acquired her Masters in Screen Art and Business from AFTRS in 2014 and is now very proud to teach at AFTRS.
She is a proud buddy of Stavros, for Gigbuddies, an organisation that pairs adults with learning disabilities with volunteers to attend gigs.
Back of the Net Feature film. Behind the Scenes and Social Media content.
Office of Australian information Commissioner - My Health Record TVC
eSafety Commissioner Image Based Abuse TVC
eSafety Commissioner Covid 19 Home Schooling Advice TVC
eSafety commissioner Be Connected branded content
Calvary End of Life documentary
Mazda Various TVC’s and branded content, Tasmanian Targa Rallies
The Road to Vagator. Short film
The Narrabundah Boy. Short film
Portrait. Short film
Off the Leash in Chiang Mai. 43minute documentary