Creating the Impact You Need Not-For-Profit (NFP) organisations need more money, more supporters, and more people to know about the important work they do. This engagement serves a purpose; ultimately, NFPs exist to create positive impact and public benefit. But, with over 56,000 registered charities in Australia alone, it’s hard to stand out. No longer can charities assume that their important calls to action will cut through the crowded social media landscape based on good […]Read More
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Written by Charlie Staindl And we’re back with another Lockdown! If you’re living outside of Melbourne, or inside Melbourne but under a rock, you might be whistling with glee as you continue your day-to-day COVID-normal lives. Sadly for us who live in Australia’s second-biggest city, we’re stuck in our homes as we wait for an even more contagious variant of COVID-19 to die down. But just because we’ve done it before, doesn’t mean it gets […]Read More
Travelling in Australia has become more important than ever. Usually, in order to get away, you have to wait for a long weekend or use a cheeky sick day to make the most of your time. However, for two of our team, travel and work became one and the same as they drove around Victoria, capturing all the beauty it had to offer. Our latest project with the Victorian Rural Generalists Program had us visit […]Read More
There are many occasions in a company’s life when video production is required but not the video production company and the price tag that goes along with it. They might be day to day short videos to keep up your social media video presence. Front of mind marketing is a thing, where if you get in front of potential customers often they will remember you when the time comes to make a purchase. Day to […]Read More
Video production and videos in general can get boring. Every minute 300 hours of vision are uploaded to youtube. A lot of them are the same and formulaic. But the videos which are different, which stray from the popular formular of the time, tend to be the most popular. So how do you come up with a good idea that ignores the mould rather than fits it? Well, what is a good idea for you […]Read More
Melbourne’s skyline has changed a lot over the decades. We had the privilege to film the latest of those changes; the closure of St Vincent’s Aikenhead wing. A building of a by-gone era, beloved by any who had the pleasure to walk it’s halls. It is often difficult to articulate the emotional tie one can have with a building. Be it your childhood home, your favourite cafe as a teenager, the first building you worked […]Read More