We take pride in the work we do and we do it with care and attention to detail. We look at the bigger picture but we also understand the importance small details hold.
We love coming up with the best way to achieve our client’s vision. Whether it means delving into local community groups or enlisting Australia’s top acting talent, we will find the most authentic casting solution for every job.
We are very fortunate to work with so many talented and generous actors, directors, producers and agents. We make it our mission to share our knowledge and continue to learn from those around us.
Nominated for Best Lo-Fi at the Berlin Music Video Awards in 2015 and completing an intensive internship working as a Directors Assistant in Melbourne. Jenna is delighted to come on board with Fiona, making Casting Sugar her second home. She loves being behind the camera, colour coding and of course endless cups of coffee.
Having worked at Casting Sugar since its inception, Zak’s experience in casting encompasses all facets of the casting process. Making the most of the unexpected and discovering new talent is a thrill for him, and he still has a particular love for street casting.
Zak’s meticulous eye for detail equip him to provide the team with technical innovation and support. His patient nature equips him to provide the team with emotional support when the computers break down.
Zak’s true loves are pickled foods and keyboard shortcuts.
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