Sticky Pictures is an independent, creative-driven Australian production company specialising in comedy.
Sticky has achieved local and international success with prime time comedy series including Sammy J and Randy in Ricketts Lane (ABC, NBCU US) and Ronny Chieng: International Student (ABC, Comedy Central US).
We're also known for our much loved children's comedy series such as Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong, Me & My Monsters, Pearlie, Dennis the Menace and Gnasher, Pirate Express and The Dukes of Bröxstônia.
Sticky Pictures is a multi award winning BAFTA & AACTA nominated studio and was named Children’s TV Producer of the Year by the Screen Producers Association of Australia (2011) and won SPA's Children's TV Production of the Year (2013) and Animated Series of the Year (2017). We've won two AEAF Awards for our animated series.
Sticky has enjoyed creative collaborations with major broadcasters including ABC, BBC, Comedy Central US, NBCU US, ABC Me, Teletoon, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Disney, Nine Network and Network Ten. Our production partners include eOne Family, Tiger Aspect Productions, The Jim Henson Company, FremantleMedia and Cake Entertainment. Sticky Pictures television productions have sold to more than 100 countries.
Donna Andrews - CEO
Donna’s extensive experience in television broadcasting includes senior management positions at Network Ten, ABCTV, Nickelodeon and Channel [V]. In 2000 Donna moved into independent television production and is a founding partner and the CEO of Sticky Pictures Pty Ltd.
Across Donna’s career she has produced / executive produced over 700 hours of television targeted at children, youth and family audiences. Donna has experience in all areas of the Television industry from creating content, commissioning and producing programs through to the raising of finance, business affairs and international distribution.
Stu Connolly - Creative Director
Stu is an award-winning writer, story editor, producer and creator of television and interactive content. First starting as a music journalist, Stu moved into animation writing in 1999 and is a founding partner of Sticky Pictures Pty Ltd.
Stu oversees Sticky's scripted development while playing an active role story editing and/or producing our animated productions. Stu co-created / wrote Sticky's Monster Auditions and the The Dukes of Bröxstônia. Stu directed the third series of the Dukes. Stu's writing has won him Australian Writers Guild (AWGIE), AIMIA and Atom awards.