Trent Moy is a specialist in ethics, culture and corporate responsibility. He crafts ethical dilemmas encouraging you to consider the rules you will and won't break as you contemplate 'what ought one do’.
Johanna De Ruyter is a theatre practitioner who blends the language of the theatre with the language of the corporation.
Johanna joins By George & Co to share conversation about this grand tradition of theatre and what it teaches us about presence and power in the biggest theatre of them all, the corporation.
Martin Edmond is that ubiquitous, sage taxi driver whose swift pace through Sydney’s byways belies the elegant hand of one of Australasia’s more nuanced biographers and essayists. Martin Edmond is that ubiquitous, sage taxi driver. Used to be that you’d flag him on the run home from a late night in the CBD. The swift pace with which he’d navigate Sydney’s byways belies the elegant hand of one of Australasia’s more nuanced biographers and essayists.
Leigh Hobbs is an artist and author who works across a wide range of artistic mediums; his connecting link is humour.
Garth Knight is an erstwhile engineer and an artist whose medium is rope. Garth creates rope structures and suspends bodies creating allegorical installations that combine Zen concepts and pagan mythology with the traditions of kinbaku bondage.