Multimedia storyteller

Lewis Isaacs is a video producer, storyteller and journalist. He is passionate about sharing stories with authenticity.

He can shoot, edit and produce videos, fly a drone and make the occasional pretty motion graphic. If there’s something he can’t do, chances are he knows someone who can. His media career began at ACP Magazines writing hundreds of thousands of words about sport, cars and travel for Auto Action, Motor, Rugby League Week and Top Gear.

He switched focus to covering news and current affairs as a digital producer while developing skills in video. His work has been featured by The Guardian, SBS, The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC, Fox Sports, the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Semi Permanent, the Australian Network for Art and Technology, Closer Productions, Doc Society, UTS and more.

He likes guitars, old cameras, finishing triathlons in very modest times and drinking tea. Lots of tea.

He lives on Gadigal Country and pays respect to Elders past and present.


As a shooter, editor and producer Lewis works on projects from the start to finish or at select stages depending on needs. His background in journalism helps create engaging, story-driven high-quality videos that cut through.

He is an experienced interviewer and can operate as a ‘run & gun’ solo operator or as part of a team.

His kit includes Panasonic GH5/GH5S cameras and a variety of lens, three-point lighting, lapel and shotgun microphones, a gimbal, an action cam and a DJI Mavic 3 drone.

He has experience shooting with Blackmagic Ursa and Pocket, Sony FS7 and FS5 and Canon C200 cameras. 

Lewis’s experience as a digital content producer helps tailor outputs and strategies that are platform and audience-focused.


As a journalist, Lewis covers a wide variety of topics including sports, international current affairs, politics, music and more – tackling each subject with curiosity, integrity and a commitment to the truth.

He has published breaking news, features, explainers and more for some of Australia’s leading publications and most popular news sites. He has reported from the United States, Europe, Asia and his home base in Australia.

He has won awards for his breaking news coverage of Australian motorsport.