Meet the members
A little bit of info about some of the people in WARP TV.

John Merkel - member since 2005.  John was responsible for one of the most popular videos broadcast on the WARP TV Show: The Mild Ones about the local Bathurst postie bike races. See John's YouTube channel.

Tracy Sorensen - member since 2005. Tracy's videos include The Offending Appendage and Lost Arts of the 1970s (Hobbytex). See Tracy's website here.

Adrian Symes - a member since 2005. Adrian is an artist, musician and film maker. He has conducted many community video projects, for example with Aboriginal young people in Condobolin in western NSW and in Arnhem Land in the NT. You can see his website here. He lives in Sunny Corner, a tiny village which is quite strange.

Grant Weatherstone - member since 2005. Grant has a quirky retro style about him, despite being the youngest of everybody.

Bruce Ryan - member since 2005, veteran of video production in the central west with a lineage going back to Around The Schools in the 1970s, broadcast on Prime TV (Channel 8). See Bruce's website here.

Ross McDonald - member since 2005. Ross ran the famous but unfortunately short-lived Warpstanza Gallery in Bathurst which gave birth to WARP TV. It was Ross's gold fish (now deceased) that lives on in the WARP TV logo. He is now co-proprietor of the wildly successful eatery and espresso bar, The Hub.

Jock Alexander is the creator of the Fango series based on the adventures of toy racing cars. They all live up on Mt Panorama and they have lots of fun getting stuck in trees. Jock has a new project in the workings. See some screen shots from his latest work in progress here.