Crew

Nghi Huynh, Executive Producer
Nghi has been producing films for three years. He has been a fan of edgy independent cinema all his life. Nghi strongly believes in creative collaborations and the value of working with new and interesting people.
More information about Nghi’s previous films can be found online at The Probationer (2009) and Spring Baby (2008).
Nghi is always open to new experiences and working with people on a variety of projects. 
Nghi hopes to someday produce a full-length feature animated movie and looking to have fun trying.
Honeypot is his first joint collaboration with Julien Leyre and Joy Chung.

Pui Ying Joy Chung, Producer, Director of Photography
Born in Hong Kong and moved to Melbourne in 2003. Joy always passion in cinematography and Lighting. She graduated  Bachelor of Contemporary Arts- Media Art (majoring in film and Photography) at Deakin University in 2009. During her university She joined Deakin TV club and has worked as camera operator, lighting assistant, audio assistant and VT for varies TV show and varies short films. Also as a producer and AD in her short film 8 Hours.

Julien Leyre, Writer, Director, Co-producer 
Julien is a French man from a Mediterranean background, living and working in Melbourne since December 2008. Trusting that Australia was a part of Asia, he migrated the long way, travelling overland from Paris to Singapore with his partner Philip Thiel. An experimental travel blog about this transformative journey is available online as Les Portes de l’orient.
Julien published a novel and two short stories in France with the ├ęditions gaies et lesbiennes. He also published poems, articles and stories in various French print and online magazines.
An admirer of the Italian collective Wu Ming, Julien strongly believes in artistic collaboration. In Paris, he collaborated with musicians, from the post-rock group All Angels Gone to the contemporary composer Pierre Agut, and worked on fiction and documentary film projects with director Alexis Taillant.
Honeypot is his first work as a director.

Flic Manning, Choreographer
Flic Manning is a Dance Choreographer, Dancer, Writer and Model based in Melbourne Australia. Flic has worked on stage and film and has herself toured in musicals as a dancer. She is a dance instructor by profession and her styles range from Latin, Ballroom, Ballet and Jazz through to street styles like Hip Hop and Funk. She has an extensive modeling portfolio and has been actively involved in public speaking. Honeypot is the first short film she has choreographed and she will soon be working on a video clip for Electro group “Fixd”.
Flic has also co-authored a Motivational Book called “Guts on the Outside” which will be released late 2010 and is working on creating multi-faceted success for herself and her husband Diesel Laws. Her portfolio can be found at Flicmanning.com 

Liam Mc Rae, Composer
Liam McRae has always been a musician, playing in rock bands all though high school. After composing music for his classmates in his high school film class during final year, he decided to explore film composition.
He has completed a Bachelor of Applied Music, majoring in composition.
He currently works as a composer/audio direction consultant for Channel 31 and also does freelance composition for films, TV shows, Internet advertising, video games and other assorted multimedia formats.
He can be contacted via LSMK50@hotmail.com


Naomi Wong, Costume and Set Designer
Naomi is a visual storyteller for theatre and film, who has created designs for some amazing stories.
Film credits include: Short film Jelly Run (Director: Simon Green, DOP: Kent Allen. Micronite Film Productions) Film trailer Restless in Epping (Director: Simon Green, DOP: Kent Allen. Phunktional and Micronite Film Productions), VCA Short Red Water Red (Director: Qing Xie, DOP: Laszlo Baranyai. Mirror Stage Media) and Roaring Whispers (Whisper Productions. Winner for Best Sound at MIFF Shorts 07).
Theatre credits include: Attract/Repel (The Melbourne Town Players in association with The Store Room. Winner of the Melbourne Fringe Festival’s Kultour Tour Development Award 2009), A Narrow Time for Angels (Walking into Bars and Lucy Freeman Productions), Danny and the Deep Blue Sea (Human Sacrifice Theatre), Mr. Kolpert (Directed by Matt Scholten, Actomatic 3000), and Peter Goldsworthy’s Three Dog Night (Two Blue Cherries).
Mitch Fournial, lighting
Mitch Fournial is a French independent movie editor and cinematographer fully equipped and ready to operate.
He co-founded the artistic collective “La Sophiste” with the technician Helios Rubinat. The projects of the collective can be seen at http://lasophiste.com
Independently, Mitch was one of the cinematographers of “Paris 888″, a feature documentary about hitchhiking directed by Martin Boserup and Fabrice Renucci. The film can be seen at http://worbz.com/paris-8-8-8-le-film/.He was also the main editor of “Pretty Black Hole of Paul Constant”, a fiction short-feature movie.
A trailer of Mitch’s productions can be found here: http://dailymotion.com/terrehappy.

Jamila Gastar, Make up
Jamila is a talented make up artist trained in “specialist make up services” for film, television and photography work.
With a wealth of knowledge and skills, Jamila is able to create looks from basic film/tv make up to first level spfx and prosthetic work.
Trained in hair styling and wig work, Jamila is a brilliant all rounded make up artist able to complete any make up request.