mememe productions

project creator and manager

mememe productions 

Mememe productions creates stories and experiences to inspire kids and families to connect with the natural world. Their joyous approach invites their audience to form a life long relationship of care and protection with our amazing world.

The creators of Emmy® award‑winning dirtgirlworld and Get Grubby TV, mememe is based in the Northern Rivers of New South Wales and is excited about refillable water bottles, cool digital stuff, compost, worms and getting grubby.

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Created by: mememe productions

Written & directed by: Cate McQuillen
Written & music by: Hewey Eustace
Produced by: Hewey Eustace and Cate McQuillen
Featuring: Maree Lowes, Michael Balk & Costa Georgiadis
Sound & music by: Cameron McKenzie
Director of Photography: Ian Macauslane
Editor & Data Wrangler: Brett Stephens
Production Manager: Aliison Kelly
2nd Unit Director: Melania Jack
Camera Operator: Brendan Busby
Camera Assists: Lachlan Macauslane & Josh King
Location Sound Recordist: Lachie Simpson
Clapper Loader: Darren Currie
Business & Legal Affairs: Jenny Lalor
Production Team: Tamsin Smyth, Geof Webb, Patty Preece, Emma Bourke,
Suzy Gerada, Kimberly Van Oorde, Rob Creedon,
Susan Oasya, Karen Gilbert, Kevin Reid, Jason Lehmann, Ross Fraser

Home Grown In Australia | A Solar-Powered Production
Filmed By Six Sixty Productions at dirtgirlworld & Grafton Regional Landfill

This project is supported by the NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More, funded from the waste levy

Project Team
Creators and Producers: Cate McQuillen & Hewey Eustace
Project manager: Geof Webb

Social media: Melania Jack
Education materials and publicity: Sharon Lehman & Jessica Grantley (Hands on Nature)
Web design and construction: Geof Webb
Graphics: Annette Deal (Ginger Blue Graphics)

NSW Environment Protection Authority

This project is supported by the NSW EPA as part of Waste Less, Recycle More, funded from the waste levy.

Do you love compost?

Do you manufacture, wholesale, retail, educate about or use it commercially?

We are encouraging organisations working in the field of compost including local government organisations in New South Waste, community groups and non-government organisations to become Compost ROcks-stars!

Partnership benefits include:

  • a range of reciprocal promotional opportunities;
  • directory listings on this website;
  • use of campaign logo and collateral; and
  • most of all an opportunity to help keep nutrients in our soils!

Why wait? Submit a partnership application or contact us for more information.

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