TFB specialises in creating, developing and producing original ideas into content for TV, film and online. We collaborate with creative teams of writers, directors and talent to get these ideas from paper to screen.

In 2016 TFB created and produced the documentary series Cyberhate with Tara Moss. The series was commissioned by the ABC Australia and launched on air in March 2017.

The Full Box created and produced the documentary series of Tough Nuts - Australia’s Hardest Criminals. Two series, sixteen one hour episodes, were produced for Foxtel Australia and aired on Crime + Investigation. Tough Nuts has sold internationally and was nominated for an ASTRA award in the Best Documentary category.  A new version of the series has been broadcast on the Nine Network as Australian Crime Stories.

The BBCW commissioned TFB to produce a factual series - The Kangaroo Gang: Thieves by Appointment, based on the book King of Thieves, written by author and journalist Adam Shand. The series was narrated by Barry Humphries and has aired on UKTV, BBC Knowledge and ABC1 in Australia. The series has been broadcast around the world.

TFB produced the lifestyle and entertainment series ‘Let’s do Coffee’ which is broadcast nationally in Australia on Channel TEN. The series was created and is written and produced by The Full Box and has been sold internationally. Two series have been produced and a third series in the early stages of development.

The creative team are also in development of several TV projects in drama, comedy and factual entertainment.




Bryan has had a long career as a writer, director and producer. He’s worked for TV networks in Australia, at Channel 7, 9, 10 and the ABC as both a writer and producer and has created and developed TV content from paper to screen.

Bryan was working as an Executive Producer at the Nine Network in Sydney for over 10 years, prior to establishing his own production company, The Full Box P/L.



Gerri is a Company Director and co-founder of The Full Box

In 2016/17 Gerri was Producer and Production Manager of the TV series Cyberhate, which was commissioned by the ABC Australia and launched on air in March 2017. ABC Commercial is distributing the series internationally.