Tyson Mowarin is a proud Ngarluma man who is passionate about capturing the knowledge of his people for future generations. An experienced filmmaker, director, writer, musician, and photographer, Tyson’s work has been screened on ABC TV, selected for the Dreaming and St Kilda Film Festivals, and won multiple awards including the Troy Alberts Award for Excellence in Cinematography. Tyson has been described as a pioneer in applying digital technologies to the preservation and celebration of Indigenous cultures, languages, and storytelling. He is the founder of Indigenous media company, Weerianna Street Media, home of the Welcome to Country app and iCampfire.tv, a place to broadcast, share and preserve Australian Indigenous culture. Tyson’s latest documentary, Connection to Country, about the battle to preserve Australia’s 40,000-year-old cultural heritage in the Pilbara, was selected for the 2017 Sydney Film Festival and has been nominated for a Documentary Australia Foundation Award.