Eve is a psychologist, author and successful filmmaker. She self-financed SHADOW OF DOUBT, an intriguing murder mystery about an apparent wrongful conviction of Sue Neill-Fraser in Tasmania, which she filmed over 4 years. SHADOW OF DOUBT, was released in 2013, screening on Foxtel, in some cinemas and is available as DVD or streaming. Eve has continued to film for the last three years as developments occur.
Eve Ash is a popular public speaker (eveash.com) and the founder of Seven Dimensions (7d-tv.com), a world leader in the production of communication and business films. Eve has been a national Business Owner winner at the Telstra Businesswomen's Awards, and was included in the 2000 Australian Businesswomen’s Hall of Fame.
Eve has created a library of business and educational films that sell worldwide and have won over 150 awards. In 2012 she co-created the highly commended CUTTING EDGE COMMUNICATION COMEDY series with US comedienne Erin Brown, completing 150 short comedy films in USA, with 30 released in 2016. She has produced 700+ programs, including a human relations series sold to Channel 4 and various series for SBS. Eve developed the mini-series Stark (Ben Elton) bringing together the ABC, BBC and a successful finance plan.
As a psychologist Eve likes to stimulate change, impact behaviours and ensure human rights and integrity are upheld. In 2010 Eve ‘transformed’ Olympic gold medallist Cathy Freeman into a cartoon character in Finding My Magic – a series sold to NITV/SBS and winning 8 US awards. Eve has two books, co-writen with Rob Gerrand, published by Penguin Books: Rewrite Your Life! and Rewrite Your Relationships!
SHADOW OF DOUBT is the most challenging and rewarding production of Eve’s career. She has spent years talking with family, studying legal and police documents, and building a film story that explores this apparent wrongful conviction in Australia. Eve wanted to understand why a jury would be convinced beyond reasonable doubt that Sue was guilty when there was so much doubt. She has travelled to and from Hobart many times since 2009. She did some investigative filming herself, but also worked with outstanding DOP, Cesar Salmeron for the major filming in Tasmania, along with other local crews along the way. Since 2012 Eve has teamed up with Barbara Etter APM, a brilliant lawyer and justice consultant working on the case and now representing Sue Neill-Fraser. When Barbara became involved and reviewed the case, her background in high level policing, integrity and forensics revealed even more cracks in the case. Eve worked with editor Cindy Clarkson to develop the storyline in SHADOW OF DOUBT. Cindy was a 2013 AACTA nominee for Best Editing (Feature Film) for X.