He’s also an Aries. Father. Skier. Poor cook. Better friend. And a horrible son who doesn't call his Mum anywhere near enough (sorry Mum).
He’s worked with things such as children, celebrities and animals, and brands such as Hyundai, Nissan, Westpac, CommBank, Foxtel, Fox Sports, IGA and Woolworths.
The release of his short drama "New Life" for Jeans for Genes and the Children's Medical Research Institute (called the "film that broke the internet's heart"), saw 1 million unpaid views in less than 72 hours. It's now been seen by over 20 million.
His screenplays have been twice nominated for the Australian Writers Guild Monte Miller Awards.
And with a business with all the insurances, he’s flexible enough to produce through his own shop or yours, whatever works best.
But there’s a few things Friske’s crap at.
Like going over budget. Or over time. He's totally hopeless at getting stressed too. Can't throw a phone. Or won't. Guess we'll never know. And for a creative type, he's incredibly lacking in ego, consistently looking to trade up ideas for better ones, no matter where they come from.
But what really drives him is his interest in people. So, if you're a person, he'd love to hear from you.
You can catch Friske on +61 414 420 402 (Australasia), +44 7520 665771 (Europe) or simply by emailing him here.