Gavin has an array of experience in the performing world; he has directed, written, & performed professionally for theatre, Film/TV, & radio – as well as facilitating script-readings for theatre & film/TV for about 20 years – & has produced audio/sound-design for podcasts, radio-plays, & theatre. Below are some of his involvements….
Gavin was a Content Writer and Segment Producer for Season 2 of ‘THE LEAK‘.
‘THE LEAK‘ is a one-hour satirical current affairs television programme bringing the latest news of the week, guests from all over the world, and lots of laughs – it’s the discount version of Channel Ten’s ‘The Project’.
Sharing the Stand-Up stage with Australian Comedy Legend, Elliot Goblet.
Gavin is a regular Co-Host and Contributor of the 365 Days of Sport Radio Show.
Performing with International Stand-Up Comedian, Jeff Green.
Some of his screenwriting – HUMP DAY – a short film scene in the vein of Ricky Gervais’ “The Office” – screened at the Westside Shorts Film Festival 2017.
HUMP DAY – Written by Gavin Ingham, Directed by Sophia Townsend, & Produced by IndiePlayers (IMDB page).
A Web-Series episode co-written & performed by Gavin – MEDIATION (2016 – RMIT Film School).
MEDIATION Web-Series – Episode 7 – “Rufus”.
Directed by Gavin – Web-Series episode of MEDIATION (2016 – RMIT Film School).
MEDIATION Web-Series – Episode 6 – “Car Pooling” – Written by Sam Floyd.
MIGHTIER THAN THE SWORD – a documentary about Melbourne’s LARPing community.
Written, Directed, & Edited by Gavin Ingham.
Trailer for The Significance of Others.
Gavin also spends time as a Community Theatre Project Facilitator. He facilitated a community theatre project for the ‘Raise The Heart’ production in conjunction with Auspicious Arts & Full-On Theatre.
Gavin also has extensive experience conducting professional script-readings for screenwriters and playwrights. He was the President & Coordinator for the RMIT Screen Network.
Many students benefited from the readings that Gavin facilitated for the RMIT Screen Network.
Alex Duncan’s ‘WOLF IN THE WIND‘.
Max Furlonger’s ‘MAD BAD BASTARD.’
Katherine Allan’s ‘DRESS UPS’.
If anyone wants any pet portraits done by Gavin – get in contact.
Gavin Ingham acknowledges the Land and Songlines of the Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation, and the people whose hands hold this country.