Writer, creative director, 70s kid and original digital native
A child of the 70s, Sam Doust is an original digital native, growing up on Letraset and beziers, Grant projectors and first generation Photoshop.
Using his passion for digital storytelling and visual design, between 2004 and 2015 Sam produced a series of award-winning digital projects that positioned the ABC as a major innovator in digital content. These included special editions of 4 Corners, ABC iView, Gallipoli: the first day, The Opera House Project and Bluebird AR.
Recently he has undertaken cultural works for the Sydney Opera House including a multi-language tours film, video narratives for the Welcome Centre and creating their presence on the Google Cultural Institute.
Sam is currently Writer and Creative Director at Latchkey, crafting stories and experiences from beginning to end across multiple digital mediums. He believes an adventurous mind means making an effort to be aware of how you feel around a situation at any one time. In other words, thinking beyond dialectics.