Profile Creative

Profile Creative is a division of Profile Talent which represents writers, directors, actors and packages projects for producers.

Headed by respected film and television executive Daniel Scharf, Profile Creative brings expert creative and management skills to clients, especially to those establishing themselves into the business - new writers, directors, emerging producers and actors. It also works with clients who are established but who are wishing to build their careers above and beyond their current status.

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Daniel Scharf

dscharf@profilecreative.com.au
+61 3 8598 7810 / mobile: +61 419509405
Managing Director of Profile Creative

Daniel brings to Profile Creative over 30 years experience as one of Australia's most acclaimed and respected producers. He has produced feature films, documentaries and children's television.

Daniel has worked closely with renowned international and Australian writers, directors and actors. His credits include feature films "Romper Stomper" starring Russell Crowe and Jacqueline McKenzie; "Metal Skin" starring Aden Young, Ben Mendelsohn and Nadine Garner; "The Prisoner of St Petersburg" starring Noah Taylor; "Isabelle Eberhardt" starring Mathilda May, Tcheky Karyo and Peter O'Toole; and "Tom White" starring Colin Friels.

Daniel also co-produced the popular children's television series, "Cybergirl", "Pirate Islands", "Wicked Science" and "Scooter: Secret Agent" for Jonathan M. Shiff.

Daniel is an active member of and has many contacts in all areas of the entertainment industry. He has served on the boards of Film Victoria, Cinemedia and the Melbourne International Film Festival. He has been a feature film councillor of the Screen Producers Association of Australia.

On many occasions Daniel has been a guest lecturer at the Australian Film, Television and Radio School, the Victorian College of The Arts - Film and Television School, RMIT and Deakin University.

In May 2003 Daniel received a Centenary Medal for Service to Australian Society and Australian Film Production.