Vicki Lee is a BADC hall-of-famer for a reason: she’s Queensland’s most experienced producer, having spent years in agencies, production companies and post-production in Australia and the UK. Basically, what Vicki doesn’t know about production isn’t worth knowing.
Career & Background
What inspired you to do what you are doing now?
I basically fell into this role through work experience at school and just loved it.
Your journey so far and where you are headed in your career right now?
What drives and inspires you
What are your core values?
Who is your biggest inspiration and why?
Jude Bailey was a great inspiration to me. She managed a successful production company including Steve Irwin Croc Hunter documentaries, raised two kids, worked hard, played hard and was very knowledgable and inspirational in they way she went about her work and what her values were.
You as a Mentor
Why have you decided to become a mentor?
When I started it was a very male environment and there was not a lot of women to ask advice of. I sort of stumbled my way through until I got more confident in what I was doing and how I was doing it. There were a lot of very clever people I had the opportunity to work with and grow from. I have reached a level now that I think it’s time to give back to the next generations coming through.
What are the top 5 skills or qualities you bring to mentoring?
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