Over the past ten years Nadine has created children’s content for various platforms and international markets. From writing picture books, running an independent publishing company, to her more recent screenwriting and producing roles in television, Nadine remains dedicated to the creation of stellar children’s content.
Nadine also has a background in education with Griffith University. She received First Class Honours and the Griffith Academic Award for Excellence. She then taught for 5 years as an English and Drama teacher, culminating as the Head of Department for English at Tamborine Mountain State High School.
Nadine is currently completing a PhD in ‘Screenwriting and Children’s Media’ with the assistance of an Australian Postgraduate Award Scholarship at Griffith University.
Kristen Souvlis is a producer specialising in children’s television production. After graduating from a Bachelor of Creative Industries (Drama) in 2005 as valedictorian, Kristen started on her television journey as Production Coordinator for stalwart Network Ten children’s series, TOTALLY WILD.
After 5 years at Jonathan M. Shiff Productions in the producing and development team for shows such as H2O: JUST ADD WATER, LIGHTNING POINT and MAKO MERMAIDS, Kristen went onto produce concepts for the ABC, Sesame Street USA and The History Channel.
Kristen also specialised in children’s communication, with her Associate Diploma from Trinity College London and is passionate about educating children through storytelling.
Coming from a family of teachers, Cam bucked the trend when he graduated with a Bachelor of Multimedia from Griffith University in 2003. He was employed by Zone4, building a PHP based internal CMS and producing flash-based frontends for clients such as Tourism Queensland.
He then joined Hoodlum in 2006 and led a team of backend developers on large scale projects for brands such LOST, HOME & AWAY, PRIMEVAL and SALT. He also led backend development on internal Hoodlum productions such as SLIDE and SECRETS & LIES and for large digital projects for ABC Kids, DANCE ACADEMY and CONSPIRACY 365.
Amy is an educator and director with over 10 years of experience in these fields. Amy has taught a range of ages throughout her years as a teacher, and previously worked as the Primary School Program coordinator for Children’s Cancer Charity, Camp Quality.
Amy believes in immersive and engaging “play experience” as the best form of entertaining and educating children!
Nick graduated from QUT in 2010 with a Bachelor of Games and Interactive Entertainment. Prior to working at Like A Photon, Nick has worked at various educational software companies including 3PLearning and Skoolbo. Nick has worked with Unity for over 7 years now which is what the Kindergo frontend is built with. When he isn’t coding, Nick enjoys roller skating and doing aerials (trapeze, lycra and silks).
Unity centric programmer and designer. Experienced indie developer. Rapid implementation expert. Esoteric techno-jargon generation & optimisation professional. Vertical expansion specialist.
Simon graduated University with an honours degree in Industrial Design, after which he spent some time designing children’s playgrounds around australia. As the lead designer on Kindergo he works to bring delightful moments to children that are both educational and playful. When not working he can be found at home making virtual reality games about axe throwing and other essential simulations.
Kate is a visual artist, and lover of stories, who is passionate about creating beautiful and engaging content for children. She graduated from the Queensland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Creative Industries (Interactive and Visual Design) in 2018, with minors in Animation, and Entertainment. Kate began her life at Kindergo as an intern. When the opportunity arose for her to join the team full time, she jumped at the chance and has not looked back! Kate is also a self-confessed Drag Queen enthusiast, Tim Tam addict, and video game aficionado
Having taught secondary Drama and English for a number of years, Meagan turned her hand to TV Production. Transferring a number of skills from her previous professional life, Meagan was quick to cement herself as a leading Production Manager, sought out by a number of local and interstate production companies, leading her to work alongside, and learn from some of the best Producers in the country. Meagan landed a role as a Senior Producer until she heard a calling on the breeze. It whispered start up company… tech start up company…. And that brings us to now! Meagan has taken to her new role as Digital Content and Marketing Manager with Kindergo with gusto.
Sebastian moved from South America to study a Bachelor of Film & TV at Griffith University, where he specialised in cinematography and storytelling. He had previously studied Media & Communications at Universidad Monteavila. That’s two degrees, and two languages! Passionate about English as a Second Language education, Sebastian wants to see it be made more available to young learners everywhere.