Content Writer & Producer.
INTERVIEW W/ BUSY P
Interview with legendary manager to Daft Punk & renowned fashion designer.
Via BEAT Magazine.
CHERRY ROCK REVIEW
Review of the iconic AC/DC Lane festival's 10th birthday. Ft. Richie Ramone & Kadavar. Via Beat Magazine.
ALFRED HEALTH VIDEO
A video case study exploration into how Alfred Health attracts & retains the best talent. View the video here.
DOPE LEMON: SMOOTH BIG CAT REVIEW
A dreamy road-trip for the ears; Dope Lemon's Second Album review via Beat Magazine.
LAWRENCE LEUNG @ MICF
Review @ Coopers Malthouse of the half comedian half wizard that is Lawrence. Via Beat Magazine.
VIC CHAMBER VIDEO
How the Victorian Chamber of Commerce & Industry transformed their candidate experience. View the video here.
LILY ALLEN: NO SHAME TOUR
Devoted fans got the effervescent Lily Allen of old when she came to Melbourne via BEAT Magazine
A video case study exploration into oOh!media's award-winning candidate experience. View the video here.
LIVEHIRE RESOURCE PAGE
HAROLD WRITES TO CHINA
ABOUT ROCHELLE SCARLETT BEVIS
Studying in both New York and Melbourne, Rochelle has attained not only a Bachelor’s degree in Writing from the University of Melbourne, but also a Masters of Writing from The Victorian College of the Arts.
Rochelle has written multiple screenplays, novels and short stories while working for a national music magazine, as well as an independent fiction house.
She is currently the Content Producer & Manager at Australian scale-up, LiveHire.
She has had work published in the Huffington Post, Beat Magazine, The BRAG, , Grouch Publishing, Industry Search, Medium, and Ferret.
FEATURE LENGTH AUSTRALIAN FILM
FAT FRANKIE is an overweight 15 year old female’s inner battle between two very different worlds.....
The first a world of private schools, fake tits and botox. Where slut shaming is at all time high, and young boys believe staged pornos and FHM models replicate reality.
The second is a world free from predetermined concepts of hetro normative gender roles and female submissive. Where you are more likely to see a man walking on a dog leash than a woman.
A world where judgment has no home.
FEATURE LENGTH INTERNATIONAL FILM
Set in trendy Williamsburg in Brooklyn, NYC, Harold Writes to China explores one hipsters inability to see past anything but his trendy shoes and coconut lattes.
When Harold's girlfriend Laura Jane fails to end their relationship, she lies and tells him she's moving to China. Little does Harold know that she's living right down the street, shacked up with his best friend.
Even though all the signs point to a lie, ultimately Harold believes what he wants to believe.