Telling stories that connect us
Black & White Media
was established by
James Iliffe in 2005.
An award-winning radio journalist, James has worked with national and international organisations on a wide range of campaigns, reports and education initiatives.
He leads media and communications training programs for human rights organisations across the Asia Pacific and also teaches a Masters course on communication and advocacy for a new generation of human rights leaders at Auckland University of Technology.
His work has taken him across Australia and to different parts of the world, including Fiji, Indonesia, Ghana, Jordan, Malaysia, the Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, New Zealand, Palestine, the Philippines and Thailand.
“Stories are vital for building connections and driving positive change.”
Since first walking into a radio studio almost 30 years ago, James has recorded stories with hundreds of people, from all backgrounds, cultures and ages.
He combines a passion for personal stories with his background in journalism, media relations and community education to consistently deliver innovative and effective communication projects.
He has built long-standing relationships with clients in Australia and overseas, based on a shared commitment to ethical practice.