Our core team works with an extended network of passionate filmmakers and storytellers across Australia. 

Adam Boland | Managing Director

Adam made his name shaking up breakfast television in Australia. Aged 24, he became executive producer of the Seven Network’s Sunrise and took it to number one in the ratings. While at Seven, he created The Morning Show and Weekend Sunrise and was co-executive producer of Sunday Night. He was also the network’s head of social media.

Since leaving television, Adam has served as head of video at NewsDNA (News Corp) before founding Bohdee Media. 

Adam is a passionate advocate for mental health awareness. He is an ambassador for the Australian Foundation for Mental Health Research and has written extensively about his own experiences, including in the book Brekky Central, published by Melbourne University Press. 


David Gordon | Director

David is Chairman of nib Health Funds, and founder of investment firm Lexicon Partners. He is also Chairman of the Accent Group, which boasts more than 20 online platforms. David is former Chairman of Network Ten where he first worked with Adam Boland, and is a former Mergers and Acquisitions Partner at Freehills. 

Rose Draper | Head of Design

Rose has has more than 20 years experience as a visual artist, working across television, documentaries, and independent film, and is former design lead at SBS2. She is a respected designer and animator and her works can be found in collections in Germany, Iceland, Mexico, and Australia.

Juncheng Guo | Chinese Content Editor

Juncheng studied journalism at Beijing’s Minzu University before completing his masters at the Australian National University. He hosted a daily radio show for Canberra’s Chinese community and edited the city’s biggest WeChat news account before joining SBS Radio’s Mandarin news team. Juncheng has close associations with the Chinese social media managers for some of Australia’s biggest organisations.

Katherine O'Chee

Katherine O’Chee | Multimedia Producer

Katherine has written for SBS News, the Sydney Morning Herald, and the Bangkok Post. She is a recipient of the Australian-ASEAN Council International Journalism Fellowship, and maintains an active interest in East Asian languages. Katherine graduated from the University of Sydney where she was a reporter for Honi Soit.
Katherine O'Chee