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ABOUT PARAMOUNT GRAPHICS

Paramount Graphics has been a successful web design and graphic design business since 2006. Majoring in but not limited to the work of theatre, Paramount has been responsible for some of the large musical theatre productions and artists that have performed and toured Australia since 2007; as well as some prominent small businesses around Sydney.

Paramount has worked with marketing company ACMN and numerous theatrical producers on their productions. Some big name musicals include, Legally Blonde, Wicked, Jersey Boys, An Officer and a Gentleman, Annie, West Side Story, Doctor Zhivago, Fame The Musical, Chicago and Rock of Ages to name a few.

Some smaller productions include, Riverdance, Stomp, Abbamania, Boeing Boeing, Singing for Love, and Turns. Big name artists include, Liza Minnelli, Burt Bacharach, Reg Livermore, Marina Prior, Michael Parkinson and Rick Stein. Industry work includes, Gordon Frost Organisation, New Theatricals, CDP Theatre Producers, Showtune and Insight Communications.

Based in Bowral in NSW Australia, Paramount is not limited to the world of theatre, but has produced theatrical style products extensively for mainstream businesses such as, Pastilla Nash, Les Olivades, Maison Francaise, and The Lusitano Association of Australasia, also Blue Mountains luxury retreat Whispering Pines, and artist Lotje Meijer.

THE MAN BEHIND THE SCREEN

Rob McMicking is the founder of Paramount Graphics, he has been part of the entertainment industry for the past 25 years. His history in television, theatre administration and theatre publicity laid the foundations for the set up of his company Paramount Graphics.

Rob McMicking

Following a work experience stint in 1988 at Channel 10's Good Morning Australia during his school holidays, Rob was offered a full time position with the program. He trained from the ground up, doing live studio work, accommodating on-air guests, became a sound recordist, tape producer and video tape editor taking him around Australia and the world until he retired from Television in 1992.

After a half year break in America and a bit of time performing (singing and dancing, but that's another story)... Rob discovered a love for theatre that took him to work at the Sydney Theatre Company for several years, after which he was employed as publicist by leading theatre practicioner, Judith Johnson Publicity. During his five years with Judith Johnson, Rob helped to publicise many of the big and small shows of the time, some of which include Show Boat, Annie, Wizard of Oz, Hair, A Little Night Music, Art, The Sound of Music, Scam, Lyre Bird, The Three Divas, and The Merry Widow. Artist shows include Reg Livermore's Home Sweet Home, Tom Burlinson's Frank, The Sinatra Story in Song, John Waters Cafe' Brel, Caroline O'Connor's From Stage To Screen and Max Pellicano's Elvis to the Max.

In 2002 Rob produced his first design project, Reg Livermore's acclaimed autobiography Chapters and Chances; a coffee table style book in the format of a large show program. It was released in 2003 by Hardie Grant Books. In 2005 Rob designed the program for the GFO/NT production of An Inspector Calls, and in 2006 took a year to study web design, all of which led Rob down the yellow brick road to creating Paramount Graphics.

In 2007 Rob took his love for theatre and passion for design and created Paramount Graphics. Whether it be a large or small theatrical production, an actor site or a commercial / business site, Rob says his love of theatre enables him to bring the perfect blend of 'creative theatrical design' to each product; large or small.









" An asset to anyone "

John Frost
Managing Director - The Gordon Frost Organisation

" Rob's passion is intrinsic
to his skilled designs "

Christine Dunstan
Director - CDP Theatre Producers

" I recommend Paramount Graphics unreservedly "

Reg Livermore - Actor

" A beautiful
stunning website "

Janice and Richard Milne
Maison Francaise International

" Professional, friendly
and efficient "

Margaret Marshall
Curator (Theatre), Arts Centre Melbourne