Peter began his career occupying a number of Production Manager positions at Film Australia in the late 1970s.
Between 1986 -1992, Peter was the Executive Producer of Beyond 2000, producing a demanding 42 hours of television programming a year.
Beyond 2000 went on to become an internationally licensed hit program in 144 countries, as well as becoming one of the earliest successful program (in re-versioned form) strands on the Discovery Channel.
At this time Peter also produced two documentaries for Thames Television UK, and a live special for the Discovery Channel.
Peter went on to produce 49 episodes of Beyond Tomorrow for Fox Broadcasting of the United States.
In 1992 Peter conceived and produced the pilot for The Times, a non-traditional news and information program, commissioned by the Seven Network.
In the same year, Peter joined the Seven Network as Executive Producer Infotainment Programming. During this period Peter produced or executive produced a number of successful programs including Better Homes and Gardens, Who Dares Wins, The Great Outdoors and Harry’s Practice.
Peter rejoined Beyond Productions in 1994, producing a range of programming for the Discovery Channel, the Learning Channel and executive producing the second series of Ultrascience, including a re-versioned 13-episode series for ABC Australia.
In 1999 Peter joined Southern Star Group as Executive Producer. He produced two series ofThe Next Wave, an adventure science series for National Geographic Television.
2001 saw Big Brother arrive in Australia. Peter was the Executive Producer of Big Brother series one, two and three.
Since co-founding Freehand Group in 2004, Peter has been the company Director responsible for its production activities.