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Welcome to The Right Space, a podcast that explores the relationship between creatives and their workspace. We talk to writers, comedians, photographers, artists, producers, sculptors, etc..., basically people who create for a living, about the spaces in which they work and how it informs their work. What stories can those spaces tell us about the artist? It's property porn meets the interview. This is The Right Space! Subscribe on iTunes Podcast here.
Rojé Augustin (pronounced ro-jhay) has more than fifteen years experience in television production over a wide range of subjects. Born and raised in New York, Rojé began her career at the New York Daily News, where she wrote for the lifestyle publication BET Weekend Magazine. She then moved to television, first at CBS New Productions where she cut her teeth on hour-long documentaries, then to 20/20 with Barbara Walters and John Stossel, Primetime with Diane Sawyer, and Good Morning America Weekend Edition as a writer and producer for ABC. She has also produced for The Tyra Banks Show and E! During that period Rojé also wrote a feature length screenplay called Fort Sunday, which was adapted from a compelling true-life story of a Haitian man’s unjust imprisonment under a brutal dictator’s regime. In the summer of 2006, Rojé moved with her husband and two daughters to London where she began work on her award-winning debut novel The Unraveling of Bebe Jones, which is currently being adapted and developed into a TV drama series for the US market. Rojé has lived and studied in both Paris and London and she is a graduate of Columbia University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature & Writing.
Rojé re-established Breaknight Films shortly after her move to Sydney in 2009 to develop and produce television series. Initially conceived as an arts docs-series, The Right Space is one of her first projects under the Breaknight banner. The series brings together her two great loves, creativity and television.
Muy Lang Ung, also known as Linda has been in the television industry for 10 years. After graduating with a BA in Communications Media Arts, Linda started out at Foxtel's only arts channel Ovation, she learnt the ropes and was quickly promoted to promo producer. From there she freelanced as an editor and camera person for Get Away (Ch 9), Planet X (Ch 10), dirtgirlworld (BBC, ABC), Lah-Lah's Adventures (Ch 7) and Lah-Lah's Big Live Band (Nick Jr.) to name a few. Currently Linda works at Filthy Look Films as the in-house producer, handling productions and all things social media. In her spare time she loves to bake and tends to her garden. Her versatility in everything she does, coupled with a positive attitude, has insured that she remains a client favourite.