Mashum Liberta is fast becoming one of Australia’s most sought after creative Artists, specialising in choreography, and movement direction as well directing live shows.
Following on from his successful performing career, Mashum now thrives on being a key part of creative productions and working alongside Artists and pop icons. To date his work has received great acclaim and positive reviews from peers and industry professionals. He was also a lead creative on the team that won “Best Nightlife Entertainment’ at the In the Mix Awards and AHA Hotel Industry Awards in 2013 and 2014 for Pacha 2.0 at ‘The Ivy’ in Sydney.
On screen, Mashum has choreographed and directed movement for many commercial campaigns including:
Target ‘Find Your Denim’ TVC featuring Danni Minogue, Jess Mauboy, Sonia Kruger and Fiona Faulkner; Woolworths ‘New Pink’ and ‘Winter Freezer’ TVCs featuring Samantha Jade; Optus ‘Social Ad’ TVC, Coates Hire ‘Win a Holiday’ TVC; Zambrero ‘Feel Double Good’ TVC; Ministry of Sound ‘The Annual 16’ TVC; Aldi ‘Trolley’ TVC; Heineken ‘Dance Video’ Music Video; Stanton Warriors ‘The One’ music video and Jess Kent ‘Sweet Spot’ music video.
In the world of corporate events, Mashum has devised and directed performances for brands such as:
Vogue Australia, Adobe, Samsung, Asics, Nike, Merivale, Veuve Clicquot, Avion, LinkedIn, Optus, Telstra, Huawei, H.I.A Awards, KPMG, Austrade, Hair Expo, Flight Centre, Lendlease, Save Our Sons (Charity Ball), Silkari, Stocklands, Amway Taiwan, Penrith Panthers (50th Birthday Event) and Sunhope.
Mashum is also a well-established choreographer for Theatre and Cabaret productions and plays as well as live entertainment in venues, with credits including:
The Venetian Casino in Macau (International Guest Choreographer), The Sydney Showboat, P&O Cruises, Pacha Sydney at ‘The Ivy’ (Resident Choreographer for three seasons) and the ALT Show (Resident Choreographer and Co-Creator). In 2016, Mashum was engaged by Kermond Creative as Choreographer and Creative Director on The Spiegel’Esque Cabaret show in Sydney and The Vaudevillians Show, which played the Adelaide Fringe festival and also saw him take on the additional role of Director to great success.