Paul Armstrong

Actor & Voice Artist - Writer - Coach

In 2020...

Gruen: The Pitch

In November, Paul was delighted to work with David Gullotti and the team at Balance in Melbourne to produce Cash Is King for The Pitch as part of ABC's Gruen.













Paul is delighted to be working with animator, Lee Whitmore, on her latest film, Travels On My Donkey. In 2019, Lee won the award for Best Animation at the Sydney Film Festival for Sohrab and Rustum.

For Travels On My Donkey, Paul will voice several characters, including Colonel Howard Vyse.

More Animation...

Paul continues to develop a range of exciting work with graphic artist and animator, Guy Downes. Through a broad range of projects, together, they tell stories and explore ideas in new ways.

In August 2020, the Australasian Birth Trauma Association launched its new Think Natal initiative - central to which is the animation Stop the Tear (which Paul scripted, see below). This story aims to spark conversations between many, many women and their health care providers, before birth, to help improve women's birth experiences.







Other projects Guy and Paul have collaborated on include working with the NSW Department of Education on the film, Six Minutes (below). As well as voicing for The Growth Project's launch in the UK (also below).












Recently, Paul and Guy have also worked with the CSIRO, with the SAX Institute and Amgen (on animations about cardio-vascular disease and osteoporosis - which can be seen HERE), and with Queensland power network company, Powerlink.


The Journey

Following on from his award-winning short film The Book (2017) comes the release of The Journey - the latest offering from Indian-Australian film-maker Pradeep Maduri. With some great cinematography by Raj Singh at Karmic Artworks.

With the film festival circuit in hibernation due to COVID-19, Pradeep has released The Journey freely. Enjoy...










Well-being & Working Remotely

Paul is delighted to have worked alongside Soji Learning & Change, and artist & animator Guy Downes, to create a series of short pieces focusing on well-being while so many of us are working remotely.

What does this potentially seismic shift - in how (many) people work - mean for how things change: now and into the future...?


As we are shaping the answer to this question, it seems important to maintain balance and awareness while we navigate this tricky journey...


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