Ewan Burnett has worked in the Australian film and television industry for more than 35 years. With an Arts Degree majoring in Philosophy and Cinema Studies, he embarked on a career in drama television for adults and children. His extensive Producer, Executive Producer and Associate Producer credits include the telemovie The Mystery of a Hansom Cab, the series Last Man Standing and Small Time Gangster, the mini-series GLITCH, Kangaroo Palace, Bootleg and The Farm, the children’s series Dead Gorgeous, The Wayne Manifesto, Eugénie Sandler PI, Short Cuts, sn:tv, Sleepover Club, Fergus McPhail, The Henderson Kids II, Round The Twist, Sky Trackers (telemovie), Lift Off, More Winners and the animation series Animalia. He also produced the stage shows Mum's The Word, Mum's The Word 2:Teenagers! and Spontaneous Broadway and created the concepts for the television series Fire and the telemovie Mumbo Jumbo. His productions have won a BAFTA, an EMMY, three AFI Awards, four ATOM Awards, a LOGIE and two AWGIE awards. They have also been nominated for two further BAFTAs, four AFI and five LOGIE Awards.

Before establishing Burberry Productions, Ewan occupied several positions within other companies including Production Supervisor at Crawford Productions, Program Manager at the Australian Children’s Television Foundation and Executive Producer at Artist Services. He has also undertaken a number of board and committee appointments including for Film Victoria and the Screen Producers Association of Australia and for three years was Adjunct Professor of Media in the School of Applied Communications at RMIT University. In the eighties he produced and presented a weekly jazz program on FM station 3RRR.

Ewan's CV