Lauren Elliott is a producer and public relations professional with over ten years experience in producing, marketing, event management and public relations in the UK, Australia and the US. She has produced all things Henry & Aaron since 2009 and recently spent six months in LA working with Red Hour Films and Abso Lutely Productions. She is a founding member of Mad Kids alongside Henry Inglis and Matt Lovkis and in 2015 was the winner of the inaugural ScreenWest Emerging Producer's Initiative, winning $100,000 to put towards project and professional development in 2016.
Mad Kids is a television, film and digital production company founded by Lauren Elliott, Henry Inglis and Matt Lovkis. Their mission is to create iconic, original and entertaining content that makes noise around the world. Current projects include The Legend of Gavin Tanner (ABC1), DAFUQ? (ABC iview), The Shapes (ABC3), Matt & Henry Working Together and The Write Stuff with Noel and Carl Pennyman. www.madkids.com
Writer / Director / Performer
Henry Inglis is the creator of Henry & Aaron’s 7 Steps to Superstardom (2011), Henry & Aaron's ABC Christmas Special (2013), It’s A Snap! (2012) and viral sensation Set Yourself Free (2014) which has achieved over 20,000,000 hits on YouTube. Henry is a founding member of Mad Kids alongside Lauren Elliott and Matt Lovkis and he is the co-creator, writer, director and star of original ABC iview series, DAFUQ? (2016).
Writer / Director / Performer
Aaron McCann is the creator of Henry & Aaron’s 7 Steps to Superstardom (2011), Henry & Aaron's ABC Christmas Special (2013), It’s A Snap! (2012) and viral sensation Set Yourself Free (2014) which has achieved over 20,000,000 hits on YouTube. Aaron's acclaimed zombie short film, Perished, made its world premiere at the prestigious SXSW Film Festival in 2012 and is the co-creator of Top Knot Detective, a new comedy series premiering on SBS in 2016.
"Walked in on writers watching it. Amazing."
DAN HARMON, Creator of NBC's Community
"One of the funniest videos I've seen all year."
STUART CORNFELD, Red Hour Films
"Why a spoon? Because it hurts more."
"This wins the internet."
KEVIN PEREIRA, Attack of the Show
"Henry and Aaron are the
future of Australian comedy."
TIM FERGUSON, Doug Anthony All Stars
"Henry and Aaron. One of the best uses
of the word 'and' in Australian comedy."
"Strange, awesome, pants-wettingly funny
new Aussie comedy."
"I look forward to their inevitable
TV and film stardom."
MARC FENNELL, That Movie Guy
"Day two and I'm still laughing at Henry throwing up after his first 'snap'. Genius."
Screenwriter, The Usual Suspects
“Best. Technical College. Ad. Ever”
"The next Simon Pegg and Nick Frost."
LUKE & WYATT
"Dark? Yes. Memorable? Absolutely."
"Henry & Aaron are two of Australia's
THE SYDNEY MORNING HERALD
"Hollywood filmmakers in the making."
THE WEST AUSTRALIAN
THE HUFFINGTON POST
"I want their autographs."
ADAM FERRIER, The Gruen Transfer
"I am grateful to Gizmodo for having unearthed the marvelous specimen of human who would know a target market so well as to create what will surely be a tech cult wafting to Perth."
Award-winning Creative Director