Destiny West



Destiny West is an award winning Horror Author, her first novel Lamia received outstanding reviews.  Destiny  also works as a journalist and editor, and has a special interest in old school special effects. Destiny has been obsessed with horror since she saw her first horror film at the age of four. Her inspirations are Quentin Tarantino, Tim Burton, Philippe Mora and Hitchcock.  

Casper Jean Rimbaud



Poet, novelist, musician, and film maker Casper Jean Rimbaud is a Melbournian artist who’s sci-fi/horror novel Post Encounter was published late 2015. He is currently in post -production of his first film Dark Night Of The Werewolf, and compiling a poetry collection to be published soon. He is the founder of Multi-media art house Melbournian Psycho. He is currently working on an album to be released under The Melbournian Psycho Band. His work style has been described as ‘nuero horror’ and he counts Kubrick, Lynch and Hitchcock as his highest influences.

Philippe Mora



Legendary French-Australian director, actor and world renowned artist Philippe Mora has helped define Australian cinema for more than 40 years with classic films such as Mad Dog Morgan (starring the legendary Dennis Hopper) cult horror classic The Beast With-In, Death of a Soldier and the pop culture redefining Communion (starring Oscar winner Christopher Walken). Fractured Visions are excited and extremely humbled to include Mr Mora's vast expertise to the making of The Unhallowed.


Simon Akkerman



Simon Akkerman ACS is a highly experienced award winning Cinematographer with a career spanning over 40 years. Simon has worked for major clients across a variety of fields including film, television documentaries, large scale corporate and industrial production and Cinema / TV commercials, using a multitude of formats from 35 mm film rigs to the state-of-the-art HD cameras.


With an extensive resume that covers nearly every corner of the globe Simon has developed the skills needed to effectively relate on screen a wide and varying depiction of cultures, social backgrounds and art’s genres.


Simon regards himself an excellent communicator. He feels his successful career is largely due to his gift for building strong business relationships with associates of any status, together with his technical know-how and ability to coordinate a broad area of multi-million-dollar projects, consistently meeting and bettering time and financial objectives.


During his career Simon has conducted a number of Cinematographic courses, lecturing and mentoring at RCTI Indonesia, Edith Cowan University, and the International Academy of Film and Television in Cebu Philippines. He is a fully accredited member of the Australian Cinematographer’s Society (ACS) where he is also President of the Western Australian Branch. Simon was one of the original instigators of Professional Film Crew WA where he is also still actively involved on the committee.

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Edward (Ted) McQueen-Mason



Edward McQueen-Mason is an editor and production manager, known for Patrick (1978), Road Games (1981) and Parallax (2004)


Bryan McQueen-Mason



Bryan McQueen-Mason is known for his work on Stormworld (2009), Parallax (2004) and Streetsmartz (2005).