About the Author

S.K. Reid is an author and runs her own video production and photography business based in outer Melbourne.

With a background in acting and performance, S.K.Reid moved from in front of the camera to behind, preferring to be in charge of creating the final product.

“I love the storytelling that one can do with film, or how a beautiful photograph can speak a thousand words.”

S.K.Reid has also been a volunteer firefighter and is a recipient of the National Emergency Medal. Established by Her Majesty The Queen in response to the Black Saturday bushfires of 2009, the Medal is for service to others in a National Emergency. She has a keen interest in emergency management, bushfire and emergency response and safety initiatives, as well as being a passionate advocate of community resilience and animal welfare.

More recently, S.K. Reid has completed training as a Grief and Bereavement Counselling and Intervention professional with the Australian Centre for Grief and Bereavement, as well as completing her Bachelor of Paramedicine, training as a paramedic.

Her first book, After Life After You, was published in 2010, followed by A Year of Medical Thinking, in 2014.

She is currently working on her third book.


“In the dance between the spaces in time and place, the spark of life is rekindled, and spirit can find in us, once more, a house to claim as home.”

                                                             from After Life, After You, 2010.

"Goodbye, baby. Precious, darling little baby. It was nice to have you near me, in my life, even if only for the briefest of times."

                                                     from A Year of Medical Thinking, 2014.

"One of the things I love about video production and editing is the wonderful places I get to see as part of my job. While I don't fly drones myself, I get to work with some of Melbourne's best drone pilots. Its always a buzz! Here's a piece I worked on a couple of years back, showcasing some of the different environments we fly our drones in. Whilst use of drones is sometimes controversial, all of our drone work is CASA approved with full licensing, site specific permissions and rigorous Occupational Health & Safety compliance."