Frazer Bailey was preordained to be a film Director. Born and raised at multi-award winning production company The Best Picture Show, Frazer began his career working with Australia’s best editors at The Post Lounge where he learnt the world of post production. For the next 5 years he worked in the many facets of film production. Frazer then started producing everything from Australian TV commercials, to multi-million dollar US productions, as well as a brief stint on The Crocodile Hunter series. In 2005 Frazer established his own production company to direct TV commercials. Play TV was born. In 2003 Frazer directed a short film called Self Serve which came 2nd at the Italian Film Festival and was a Tropfest finalist. It went on to be selected in the Top 8 Tropfest Films of all time and screened at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. His next short film Silencer was also a finalist at Tropfest and his follow-up Glenn Owen Dodds won the prestigious Studio Canal Prize at the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival in Paris as well as countless other festival awards. In 2010 Frazer was signed to Hollywood Director Michael Bay’s branded entertainment production company The Institute in the USA. In his spare time Frazer directs award winning and thought provoking documentaries.