ATOM QLD Inc advocates for Media education in Queensland by providing professional development opportunities for teachers; advising education authorities on policy and curriculum development; and providing students with opportunities to engage critically with the media.

Members of ATOM QLD have been involved in every major development in media education in Queensland. These include the several versions of the Senior Film and Television syllabus, the publication of Education Queensland's Media Curriculum Guide in 1994 and the development of the Queensland Studies Authority's Media strand of the Years 1 to 10 Arts Syllabus. Currently members are involved with both the QCAA and C2C team in implementation of the National Curriculum and the future of senior testing.

We are on the lookout for representatives of Independent and Catholic Education media teachers / schools - please get in contact if you are interested in having a say and sharing resources. We also work with our colleagues in Western Australia and Victoria. Have a look at their websites and social media and connect!

Life Time Members

Congratulations to Michael Dezuanni and Derek Weeks, named life-time members of the Australian Teachers Of Media Queensland for their incredible work in media education advocacy over many years, at the 2015 ATOM State Conference.
Most recently Michael was our former Treasurer, while Derek our former President.
Detailed bios of their amazing contribution will be coming soon – thanks to the both for their hard work!


Michael Dezuanni

Michael Dezuanni

Derek Weeks

Derek Weeks

2018 Executive

President Moneth Montemayor
Vice President Lorena Vine
Treasurer Helen Lauder
PD Manager Aimee Gust
Secretary Simon Rogers
Admin Officer Elizabeth Heck
Web master Mark Deere
Graphic Designer Suzanne Hedges

Executive Committee Members

FNQ Regional Reps Greta Evangelista and Elliot Davidson
Toowoomba Regional Reps Wendy Collins and Sheradyn Dale
Gold Coast Regional Reps Leah Bell, Lucy Carr and Lorena Vine
Sunshine Coast Regional Reps Andrew Best and Kurt Ison
Executive members Colin Stewart, Sharon Atkinson, James Hamlyn and Tom Treloar
State Conference Convenor Leah Bell
State Conference Team Lucy Carr and Karyn Chapman