Graeme Tetley

Graeme Tetley began his long scriptwriting career with Vigil, one of the most acclaimed New Zealand films of the 80s. He went on to co-create police show Shark in the Park, collaborate extensively with director Gaylene Preston (Mr Wrong, Bread and Roses), and co-write Out of the Blue, the story of the Aramoana massacre. His true love was the stage, and he wrote several plays including Riverside Drive, which debuted at the Wanaka Arts Festival.

Graeme passed away in March 2011.