Luke Devenish is a scriptwriter, novelist, playwright and lecturer. Head Writer with Neighbours from 2001 to 2007, he worked in key creative roles including Script Producer, Story Editor and Supervising Script Editor. He oversaw well over 1,500 episode scripts for the iconic Aussie soap. Previously, Luke was Script Executive on Something in the Air and, with ABC TV Drama, worked in the writing and development of SeaChange, RAW FM and others. Before working in the television industry, Luke was a playwright, with productions of his work staged by Playbox, the Adelaide Festival, the Sydney Festival and NIDA. A graduate of Curtin University's Creative Writing stream, Luke studied fiction under Elizabeth Jolley and Tim Winton. He regularly teaches story editing and screenwriting for the Australian Film Television and Radio School.
Kate Rawson is an actress, musician and voiceover artist originally from Cornwall. She trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art, London. Her theatre credits range from an adolescent boy to a Shakespearean heroine, while on TV she has played a drunken witch in Casualty, been shot and killed in Holby City and played an enthusiastic mother in ITV drama Doc Martin. Kate regularly records audiobooks and has voiced all manner of computer-game characters.