The second series in the My Story Matters collection of First Nations role model documentary films made by First Nations high school students and Show Me The Way
Stacey works in Canberra in a senior role in management. She is responsible for the delivery of funding for education around Australia. She loves her work and the challenges it brings.
Alison Page studied Design at the University of Technology, Sydney. She is an ideal role model for all young people. She is energetic and enthusiastic about her chosen profession and has expanded her output to areas such as exhibition site design, public artworks and buildings.
Konomie works at a call centre in Brisbane. She loves her work and in her spare time plays basketball and walks her two dogs, Bella and Junior.
Barbara is a photographer based in Sydney, NSW. Her photographic style is documentary-photo journalism. Her mob is Gamilaroi People from North-West of NSW and Southern Qld. Born at Mungindi, North of Moree with 6 brothers and one sister.
Dillon Kombumerri is an Aboriginal descendant of the Yugembir nation on the Gold Coast, Queensland. He is a registered architect with over 25 years experience. Dillon has designed several award winning projects during this time.
Primary School Teacher
Greg works at Nightcliff Primary School, Darwin as a teacher. Working with kids is something he always wanted to do to make a difference.
Artist and Curator
“Being an artist is the driving undercurrent of everything I do.” says Troy-Anthony Baylis. “It’s an amazing gift and it’s all derived from having an education.”
A ship’s captain now, Chris talks about getting his trade certificate. He says how much he loves his job as captain for Tribal Warrior. “It’s just beautiful working on the Harbour, Sydney Harbour”.