Sinclair has always had a keen eye for photography, advertising and brands – a passion he developed and pursued from a very young age. He started his media career as a freelance photographer and cameraman before setting up his own production company in Sydney in 1998.
In 2006, Sinclair made the sea change from Sydney to Coffs Harbour with his young family with the intention of achieving a good work/life balance. He set up an advertising and television production company called Coastal Media Services – Coffs Harbour’s first digital media agency. Since its inception, Coastal Media has expanded and now employs a team of media professionals who produce marketing campaigns, television commercials, corporate videos and websites for a range of national and local clients such as bcu, Blackmores, Spanline, Gerni and Coffs Coast Marketing. Sinclair enjoys consulting with small business providing advice on branding, marketing and advertising strategies.
Sinclair is also very passionate about charity work and supporting his local community, which he holds very close his heart. In 2011, Sinclair and a colleague set up a company called Village Sports Coffs Harbour, which runs three major community sporting events annually. Village Sports donates profits back to local charities and community groups and to date has raised a total of $135,000.
For the past six years, Sinclair has also been an integral part of the cycling charity, Tour de Cure and has personally raised over $70,000 for cancer research. In 2014 he was given the opportunity to represent Tour de Cure as its ambassador and compete in the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. He completed the gruelling 3.8km swim, 180km cycle and 42.2km run in just over 12 hours.
Sinclair’s passion for life and positive attitude is contagious and he is very well respected in the local community on both a business and personal level.
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