Meet Us


Laura Wells – Sustainability Influencer

Laura holds degrees in both Biology and Law, qualifications in Environmental management systems and is currently studying a Diploma of Paramedical Science;  Laura’s passion for the environment, love for the ocean, and interest in facilitating climate change action has led her to become a positive role model, advocate, and ambassador for change.  Laura’s reach and popularity as an international model promoting positive body image has allowed her to use her social media platform as a tool to promote healthy lifestyle: not just physically and mentally, but socially and environmentally as well.

Jo Taranto – Sustainability Communicator

Jo is an energetic communicator with postgraduate health science and environmental qualifications and over 20 years of behaviour change experience. Working as Director and facilitator of ‘Good for the Hood’, a social enterprise which empowers ordinary people to create community change, Jo regularly presents as a subject matter expert on waste, sustainability and climate change issues. Jo has worked with a broad range of entertainment outlets, government agencies and businesses, and regularly works on digital content, podcasts, and radio. Jo has been a panellist on ABC TV’s Q&A, appeared on ABC RN’s Life Matters, and worked as an impact partner developing content for the War on Waste and Fight for Planet A: Our Climate Challenge series.


Peter Robey

Peter brings 20 years as a global industrial photographer, capturing 50% of his work projects out of Australia.  The experience of making a story happen no matter the logistical challenge can only be learnt from having been in adverse conditions.

Producing extensive films for CSIRO, Australia’s leading science agency, demonstrates Peter  has the passion and ability for telling science stories that inspire.

Peter and his family moved to Tasmania 13 years ago, hand-building their own round house, living off grid, cooking on a wood stove, and raising their two children.  Living sustainably is daily life for Peter (although Peter admits he doesn’t have sustainable thoughts about the fruit tree eating possums.)

Pete will discuss any outdoor adventure like rock climbing and paddling, is very attached to the family Elkhound dogs, feels at home barefoot on the beach, and chairs the Tasmanian Wheelchair Basketball Advisory Committee.

Peter Dredge

Peter loves what he does – helping others to tell stories.  Personal stories, brand stories, it doesn’t matter. For TV, radio/podcast or online.

After a career in banking and finance, Peter established Screentime Communications, a specialist division of Screentime, the award winning television production company.   Peter’s technical, marketing and
communication skills are valued by clients. His deep understanding of business needs is bolstered by his range of qualifications – a Bachelor of Laws, a post graduate diploma in Applied Finance and Investment and years of study in Change Management through the Australian Graduate School of Management.

Peter has worked with a diverse range of clients across many sectors – working with Top 100 CEO’s through to not-for-profits.

It is his unique background, a blend of corporate and media skills, that allows Peter to serve clients so effectively.