Meet the team
Postcards, a half-hour show about Victoria, on Sundays at 5.30pm on Channel 9 showing off the treasure trove that is Victoria.
Rebecca Judd joined the Nine Network in 2011 and is the host on Victoria's travel program Postcards.
Judd began her modelling career in 2000 and upon completion of year 12 in 2001; she travelled to Singapore and worked for designers Gucci, Ferragamo, DKNY and Calvin Klein for Singapore Fashion Week. Over the next few years she continued to work very successfully in the Asian market whilst studying at university.
During 2006 Rebecca began some TV presenting including a story on Melbourne Cup fashion for Channel 7. In 2007 Rebecca's TV career expanded with her presenting the weather for Channel 7 in Perth. Since then Rebecca has done various appearances on Melbourne morning shows Sunrise and the Today show. In 2009 Rebecca was involved in Channel 7's coverage of the Melbourne Cup Carnival including several racing fashion stories.
At the end of 2007 Rebecca moved to Melbourne with her partner Chris Judd of AFL team Carlton Football Club. She completed her speech pathology degree in 2007 and is now working part time at the Alfred Hospital in the trauma unit.
Since moving to Melbourne, Rebecca was contracted to Myer as an Ambassador. This initial agreement was extended by a further three years, contracting her until the end of 2012. As part of this role Rebecca travels to race meetings around Australia to judge the fashions on the field. She has featured in various advertising campaigns for the retail giant. She is also the face of Paul Bram Diamonds in Melbourne.
Shane Crawford has been on Postcards since 2008.
He was one of the AFL's biggest stars, winning the ultimate individual and team prizes, the 1999 Brownlow Medal and the 2008 premiership with Hawthorn.
He has transferred the same determination, ability, courage (and cheek) to the small screen.
Born in Finley, New South Wales, his quick wit, empathy and natural ease on camera led to regular appearances onThe Footy Show, where he revealed some fancy dance moves as well.
With the Sunday Herald Sun, he took readers behind the scenes and into the mind of a champion during his time as a columnist. He has also covered his other passion, horse racing, during the major carnivals for the Herald Sun, and in 2011, he assumed the role as the Face of Supercoach, the Herald Sun's interactive AFL competition played by over 400,000 readers.
Shane and long-time colleague Glenn McFarlane produced his autobiography, That's What I'm Talking About in 2010.
In 2010, Shane also completed an amazing feat, walking from Adelaide to Melbourne to raise money and awareness for the Breast Cancer Network Australia. That's What I'm Walkin' About lasted 12 days, raised $500,000 and saw Shane run back into The Footy Show set through streets lined with supporters dressed in pink.
In 2011, he continued to raise money for the Breast Cancer Network by taking part in Australia's first Celebrity Apprentice.
Shane has also recently release the debut line of his kids wear label Kiniki with his business partners.
Glen Moriarty is in his eighth year as a Postcards presenter. A keen surfer with a love of the outdoors, he has also been heavily involved with the show as a producer for seven years.
Moriarty, who joined A Current Affair as a guest reporter in 2008, is no stranger to the camera, with 12 years as a model and actor behind him.
After leaving school, he studied hospitality, to find it was not for him. While in the process of working out what he wanted to do, he took on an odd job delivering a second hand fridge, which led to the start of his modelling career. The woman who answered the door uttered, "Have you ever done any acting before?" and one thing to led to another.
In 1999, he joined the Nine Network as a model on Sale of the Century. After modelling overseas, he returned in 2001 and studied acting at the Victorian College of the Arts and went on to appear in The Secret Life of Us and numerous television commercials.
In 2002, Moriarty was a co-host and mentor on Search for a Supermodel. He has also co-hosted Nine's live telecast of the New Year's Eve fireworks in Melbourne.
Lauren Phillips has been on Postcards for four years and is now half of the brand new Kids' WB team with Andrew Faulkner.
With presenting experience on both Postcards and A Current Affair, Phillips is set to win over the kids of Australia with her fun-loving, enthusiastic style.
Born in Melbourne, she attended Wesley College and is currently completing a Bachelor of Media Communications.
Comfortable in the fashion world, she recently renewed her contract as national ambassador for Myer and the face of NF by Nicola Finnetti. As well as featuring in their catalogues, her role extends to hosting events and attending fashion parades.
She is also national ambassador for the National Breast Cancer Foundation, a cause she holds very dear to her heart.
Born and raised on the Mornington Peninsula, Brodie Harper began on Postcards in 2007.
Since then, she has travelled to every corner of Victoria, but cites an adrenaline pumping tear around Phillip Island race track as a highlight.
Brodie's looks got her noticed by a prestigious modelling agencies when she was discovered at a local shopping centre at age 19.
From there her career took off locally and internationally, with one of her favourite modelling assignments being a commercial shot in New Zealand, which enabled her to explore that country's spectacular outdoors.
In 2008, Brodie's charitable side was witnessed when she donned a silver spandex suit for Nine's Hole in the Wall.
Her profile rose even further when she became the 2008 Moonee Valley Spring Racing Fashion Ambassador.
In December 2009, Brodie took on the role of Nine News weather presenter when Livinia Nixon took maternity leave.
Brodie took part in the The 2011 Formula 1™ Qantas Australian Grand Prix Lexus Celebrity Challenge and is taking part in Omara triathlon, raising money for ovarian cancer.