Meet the Team

Brian Wexham

Brian Wexham Chief Executive Officer

Born in London, Brian is an experienced executive and non-executive director with an extensive background in media and advertising, spanning over 30 years. He has held executive roles with The Times and The Sunday Times in London, as well as Board positions with The Observer and the Today newspaper, London. He is also the former Chief Executive of Lonhro Media Group PLC East Africa and was the Chief Executive of APN Educational Media (Australia and New Zealand).

Brian holds several non-executive board positions including the board of The Australian Children’s Music Foundation and has just been appointed as Chairman of WorldSkills Australia. He is a committed proponent and advocate of Vocational Education.


Phone: 0413 735 771

Kirstin Casey

Kirstin Casey Project Manager

Since 2014, Kirstin has worked extensively across the vocational and education space with both operational and on the ground experience presenting programs in schools across NSW.  She came to the space via a background in television production, after gaining an Advanced Diploma at Central Institute of Technology in Perth WA, with specialisation in production. Kirstin’s career has seen her work across Australia and internationally throughout Asia on commercials, television and documentary content.
Kirstin applied her experience to SkillsOne in 2014, bringing her video production knowledge to aid in creating high level video content focusing on the careers sector.  A qualified Event Manager and currently finalising qualifications for Project Management, Kirstin combines her skills and interests with responsibility for SkillsOne’s Skills and Thrills showcases.

Phone: 0420 652 558

George Opadchy

George Opadchy Producer/Director

After leaving University in 1993, George did what all sensible Master’s Degree graduates do – he went surfing. In an attempt to disguise his surfing as work, George founded The Construction Site(TCS) – a media production and distribution company. Offering clients industry leading creativity, media-strategy, content-development and digital solutions, TCS quickly bagged the biggest names in surf and youth brands. For his first contract, George started Quiksilver’s International Media production company and ran it from 1993 – 2008, assisted in raising Quiksilver’s & Roxy’s global sales from $200M to $2B. George’s media savvy provided those same digital media services to other leading brands The Australian Radio Network, L’Oreal, , Warner Music, Midori, Frangelico, Moet-Hennessey, Suntory Vodka, Mortgage Choice, Telstra, , Skandia, Deutche Bank, Australian Consolidated Press, Societe General Bank of France, , Red Bull Media House, McDonalds, Woolworths and Surfing Australia. George has produced and distributed hundreds of TV programs (translated into 18 languages) to broadcasters around the world and produced countless live webcasts, on demand videos, thousands of hours of radio streams and satellite feeds globally as well as sold millions of DVD’s for clients in a pre-internet world.

Andrew Blau

Andrew Blau Producer, Editor & Camera Operator

Andrew joined the SkillsOne team in 2015, as editor and camera operator shortly after graduating from design college majoring in a Bachelor of Design and Digital Media.

While Andrew studied at design college, he gained skills in design principles, motion graphics and videography. Andrew specialises in time-lapse videography, astrophotography and motion graphics bringing a new blend of artistry and creativity to the team. Andrew joined the SkillsOne team with the ambition to further his knowledge and experience of the production pipeline.

Blake Rees

Blake Rees Editor & Camera Operator

Blake joined the SkillsOne Team in 2018 after completing his Diploma in Screen and Media for Film and Television. After completing 5 years of service in The Australian Army as a Cavalry soldier he took an interest in shooting camera’s instead of rifles. He specialises in underwater and aerial photography and is well rounded in all departments of film making.

While studying Film and Television at Hunter St TAFE his hobby quickly turned into a career. Blake was a freelancing producer for 2 years before starting editing for SkillsOne.