Peter is the Winner of 3 Australian Film Institute Awards for Best Direction and 4 Australian Film Institute Awards for Best Drama. Also 10 Australian Film Institute Award Nominations for outstanding Directing and Producing. Wildside, the groundbreaking drama series, is Peter’s greatest directing achievement. Two episodes, which Peter directed, won a total of eight AFIs including Best Direction. He then went on to direct the entire ABC series Grass Roots written by Geoﬀrey Atherden. This series went on to win seven AFI’s over two seasons including Best Direction. It also won a New York Festival Award. Peter directed the telemovie My Husband, My Killer starring Colin Friels and David Field, which also won numerous awards and his third AFI for Best Direction. In 2002/3 Heroes Mountain (drama telemovie about the Thredbo Rescue) and Jessica (mini-series with Sam Neill) each won a Silver Hugo for Best Direction and a Gold/Silver Plaque for Best Drama at the Chicago International Television Awards. Sam Neill also won a Silver Logie along with the Jessica production for Best mini-series. Peter directed five telemovies of Black Jack for the Ten Network, which featured Colin Friels solving ‘cold crime cases’, which again won numerous awards including best direction. 2006 saw Peter direct the $15 million-dollar co-production with the Granada – ITV The Incredible Journey of Mary Bryant with Romola Garai, Jack Davenport and Sam Neill. This screened to eight million viewers in the UK. It won an AFI, a Logie, and a New York Festival Award for Best TV Mini-series and a Silver Plaque for Best Direction at the Chicago Awards. In April 2006, he was voted one of the Top Ten Directors in Encore Magazine ‘Celebration of the Industry’s Finest’. The list included Baz Luhrmann, Gillian Armstrong, Phillip Noyce and Rolf De Heer. Peter has also completed work on the SBS mini-series East West 101, a drama about what it means to be Muslim in Australia after September 11, 2001. The cast includes Don Hany, William McInnes and Susie Porter. He also completed production with The Informant for Channel 10 & Killing Time for Fremantlemedia. Peter has directed episodes of Underbelly and Wog Boy 2 (starring Vince Colosimo and Nick Giannopoulos), Love Child; Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, Catching Milat, Fat Tony & Co, Janet King, Serangoon Road, Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms, The Straits; Rescue Special Ops; Bite Club; Underbelly Files: Chopper, and mini-series Reckoning. Most recently he directed The New Legends of Monkey; Harrow and Eden.