Lyndal has over 14 years experience in editing and camera at some of Australia's leading television and media companies.
In June 2015, she decided to head up her own video production company Redman Media on a full time basis. Through this business she currently works on corporate videos for a range of clients. She has worked on broadcast television reality television shows such as Seven Year Switch (Channel 7), Australia's Cheapest Wedding, The Feed (SBS), and Alisa and Lysandra to the Rescue (Channel 9)
She is the Australian Producer/Director for UK television company FirstLookTV, and have filmed for Evil Up Close - Jason Downie story and Inside the Mind of a Serial Killer - Mark Rust that is shown on Foxtel and Netflix in Australia. She was honoured with a Commended in the Best Current Affairs and Highly Commended in the News Camera categories of the SA Press Club Awards for my documentary on the Kapunda murders for “Evil Up Close”. Recently she has worked on 3 episodes of their latest crime series Nurses Who Kill which will be on the Crime Network and Netflix. Her documentary Safe Spaces was an official selection for the Melbourne Documentary Film Festival and the High Peak Film Festival in Manchester.
Best Current Affairs/Feature
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
MEAA SA Media Awards 2021
Adelaide, South Australia
Finalist
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
Toronto Independent Film Festival of Cift
Toronto
Official Selection
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
LA Independent Women Film Awards
Los Angeles
Best Women's Film
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
Multi Dimension Independent Film Festival
Official Selection
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
NZ Web Fest
Official Selection
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
Sydney Web Fest
Sydney
Winner - Best Series 2021
You Are Not Alone - Web Series
MOM Film Festival
New York
Semi-Finalist
You Are Not Alone
Australian Independent Film Festival
Brisbane
Best Documentary
You Are Not Alone
Women's Film Festival San Diego
San Diego
Official Selection
You Are Not Alone
Toronto International Womens Film Festival
Toronto
Current City
Adelaide
Gender
Female
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