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 as a barista at The Post Lounge, where he learnt the world of post production and for the next 5 years 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.