Directed by Drew Anthony and featuring NOVA 93.7's Nathan, Nat and Shaun and visual artists Made in the Pile; digital artist Ben Broady and art students from local Joondalup area schools
You’ve made the decision to go to Kaleidoscope. You and your family catch the train to Joondalup. You walk to the event site, full of excitement and expectation. What is the very first thing that you see? NOVA 93.7’s Nathan, Nat and Shaun, that’s what, on a giant LED screen!!!! From 7.00pm - 10.30pm each night Nathan, Nat and Shaun welcome you, inform you, entertain you and keep you up to date with what’s what at Kaleidoscope. We love the NOVA 93.7 award winning brekky team - Nathan, Nat and Shaun!!
ABOUT NOVA 93.7
Nathan, Nat & Shaun hit the radio airwaves together in 2009 and haven't looked back since. Nathan is Nova 93.7's very own ex-reality TV contestant. He spent 57 days in the Big Brother house, which is like 3 dog years, and it must have taken its mental toll on him as when he exited the house he took a position with Nova 93.7. Nat, on the other hand, was in a bit of a quandry as to what to do with her life so she settled on becoming a gypsy healer, known today as a chiropractor. After juggling back-cracking and taking into a microphone for 12 years, Nat recently made the decision to take on radio full-time. Shauny Mac, aka the people's champion, played 228 games with the Fremantle Dockers all without the aid of a helmet. We'll leave it up to you to decide if you can tell. Shaun joined Nathan & Nat in 2009, after deciding radio would require less babysitting and tantrums than being at home with the family, he was sorely mistaken. Nathan, Nat and Shaun are all current world record holders in their own right - Nathan for having snuggled the most number of bunnies in a hammock (the previous world record holder was Cameron Diaz), Nat for putting the most number of socks on her left foot while listening to Michael Jackson's 'Beat It' and most recently Shaun for stuffing the most number of bananas down his pants with a record of 273. They're all very proud of their achievements.
ABOUT BEN BROADY
My love and passion for the East Kimberley landscape developed at a very young age. I grew up in Wyndham from the age of 2, spent 10 wonderful years there and have lived in Kununurra for 18. I remember as a young boy, having my face pressed up against the window of the school bus, staring in awe across the mudflats at the Cockburn Ranges. Today, I am privileged to be able to walk those ranges with reverence and humility in my heart and the gift of imagination. I hope my images raise awareness about this majestic, ancient, albeit fragile landscape and that it inspires people to come visit.