Martin Ingle is a writer, filmmaker and obsessive-compulsive worrywart who lives and works on Yuggera land. His work spans all things documentary, fiction, theatre and mental health. His comedy-drama series Disorderly was developed with Screen Queensland in 2018 and among other gongs was an international finalist for the prestigious ScreenCraft Fellowship. Suffering from obsessive compulsive disorder to varying degrees of severity for many years, he is a fierce mental health advocate, featuring in the OCD episode of the ABC’s You Can’t Ask That in 2021, and playing the lead role (opposite a plush toy dinosaur) in the Screen Australia–developed series about OCD, Plushed. He's one of five authors of Try Not To Think Of A Pink Elephant (Fremantle Press 2022), and is one of many contributors to mental health anthology Admissions (Upswell Publishing 2022). His other writing has been published in The Guardian, The Sydney Morning Herald, ABC News Online, The Chaser and The Shovel.