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We are think Mammoth

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So why use us?

•  If you need photography or video production we've got you covered.

•  We have worked extensively with the Australian Government, developing campaign materials and messaging.

•  Having worked for large media organisations we know how they operate and what they require.


• Extensive interviewing skills and techniques. 

•  We have photographers and video producers around the country as well as the readiness to travel if the job demands it.

•  We specialise in third-party endorsements and testimonials.

•  We can show your market what your business culture is like. We can come behind the scenes and talk to your staff and customers to find out what makes your company excellent.

• Or we can show you how to create your own media.

•  And we're quick. Jobs can be turned around by the next day if that’s what you need.


Tony boasts a remarkable career that effortlessly traverses the realms of politics, journalism, advertising, entertainment, and media. His recent endeavours centred in Canberra, where he served as Advisor in the office of two Prime Ministers, namely Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison, and extended his influence across the entirety of government following the 2019 Federal election.

Before his time in Canberra Tony produced video and photographic
content for Fairfax Media (now Nine), receiving multiple nominations
for Walkley and Kennedy awards. In 2014 he won the Outstanding
Online Video award at the Kennedys, which honour excellence in
Australian journalism.

In 2004 Tony had the distinction of winning an Australian Film
Institute Award (now the AACTAs) for the comedy Double the Fist,
which he co-created and for which he was a writer, director and
performer. Double the Fist, which screened on ABC-TV, sensationally
beat Kath & Kim to the gong.

Driven by an unwavering passion for storytelling and a relentless pursuit of quality, Tony infuses his projects with top-tier production values honed during his formative years as an editing assistant at Kennedy Miller, a renowned film and television production company.

Tony is a founding director of think Mammoth with Quentin Jones.

Quentin has been a professional photographer for more than 25
years and created videos for more than a decade. He worked for The
Sydney Morning Herald, based in Sydney, before moving to Canberra
to document the 2022 Federal election campaign for members of the

Quentin has been on assignment in India and Indonesia as well as
every Australian State and Territory. His photographic subjects have
included all Australian prime ministers since Bob Hawke; foreign
political leaders Angela Merkel, George W. Bush and Xi Jinping; and
performers Toni Collette and Rowan Atkinson. Quentin has twice
been a finalist in the National Portrait Prize, in 2004 with a
photograph of Tim Winton and in 2012 with Rowan Atkinson.

He has the honour of a fossil site being named after him – Quentin’s
Quarry – at Riversleigh, Queensland, and his broad experience
encompasses enjoying cucumber sandwiches with Queen Elizabeth II
and being at the receiving end of a tirade from Kerry Packer, who
was holding a gun at the time.

Quentin has received many awards and accolades, including being
nominated for a prestigious Walkley Award on two occasions. His
portraits of Winton and restaurateur Tetsuya Wakuda are now part
of the National Portrait Gallery’s collection. Quentin is also
represented at the National Library and his work has been acquired
by many private collectors.

He is a founding director of think Mammoth with Tony Walters.

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