Video tells a story in the way no other medium can, and we’ve been asked a lot lately to get out the video and sound gear to help document our client’s stories.

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Time for a sound check

The finished pieces are versatile in the way they can be used, too.

We’ve recently recorded and produced video to be  used:

  • in presentations at conferences
  • as testimonials on a website
  • as part of a national marketing campaign
  • for Search
  • for instructional demonstration
  • for training and education

Our in-house studio is handy for shoots, and we’re able to provide professional makeup and catering on-site.

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make-up

Be dazzled by the amazing powers of the green screen

The green screen makes it possible to superimpose a whole range of backgrounds. Shaun put this to the test recently when he created a ‘world traveller’ video for client Ontera, in which designer James Mfula gains inspiration from a number of locations around the world.

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A still from ‘180 Degree’ video for client Ontera. The versatile green screen made overseas trips for the video team totally unnecessary. Pity.

We’re also happy to pack up and hit the road where need be, too; with much of our gear portable, and we’re building up our equipment to match the needs of our clients.

In a recent shoot for a Medicare Local, we used a relaxed, cafe environment to record a conversational dialogue between three key health professionals.pack up and hit the road where need be, too; with much of our gear portable, and we’re building up our equipment to match the needs of our clients.

Hi Director!

On location of the ‘cafe lounge’ shoot.

Like any uncontrolled environment, we’ve found you’re more likely to experience ‘surprises’ or interruptions (like a random person wanting to be in the shoot!), but capturing the authenticity of an environment can make it all worthwhile.

If you have a project or event coming up, have a chat with our video team

Or visit our Instagram feed for more behind the scenes photos by our intrepid chronicler Jas.