Every product, service and brand has a story behind it.
They all started with a seed; an idea, a thought, a passion.
The story that’s behind the brand helps customers relate and connect to what it is that you do, offer, or represent. Done well, the power of quality film not only educates potential clients + customers, it truly engages them.
Everything I do is driven by story. Conveying what’s happening, whether big or subtle, and interpreting that through light, camera movement, the lens and into the edit suite to really shape and mould it into something honest and meaningful.
This careful listening + observational approach is 100% applicable to businesses or brands that need to get their message out there. To really connect the viewer and deliver something emotive and powerful.
Over the last few years I’ve produced brand films for quite a few different industries – from boutique photographers to farmers to international airlines and everything in between.
There’s been innumerable studies about the power of high end video and how large a portion of internet traffic it takes up now. Put simply – if you don’t have video, you’re missing a big part of the picture
If you felt engaged by what you’ve seen of what I do, and need your brands story told or a message delivered…get in touch.
Would love to start a conversation.
Every brand has a story behind it. Tell yours well.
storyboarding is something that is more suited to productions where there’s a high degree of pre planning taking place. corporate shoots, short or feature films, that sort of thing.
the type of production where scenes can be planned – usually through sketches – and then exactingly shot and re-shot based on the production brief – referring back to the storyboard as a reference.
it’s not really suited to weddings due to the unpredictable, fluid nature with how things happen.
I would never storyboard a scene from a wedding. it’s the complete opposite to how I approach a wedding day.
if I was ever going to do it, I’m pretty sure the resulting storyboard would look exactly like these few frames from C+L’s film.
you don’t want to miss seeing this celebration.
~ looking back ~
if I was one for penning new years resolutions, on 1st january 2012 there’s no way I could have wished for a better year. it has been something special.
I could go on and on about it but I’d rather be brief. I have met so many special people, witnessed so many inspiring moments, and been let into so many families celebrations.
I’ve worked hard and grown a lot. I’ve also been constantly reminded how fortunate I am – it is something I don’t take for granted.
~ looking forward ~
as I look through my diary for 2013 I can’t wait for what’s on the horizon. I have one more wedding to shoot for 2012 and after that I’m taking an extended hiatus. it’s time to step back, rest, reassess a few things, and to reconnect.
a huge thank you for all of your support through this year. I wish you, your families and loved ones a very safe and happy festive season.
~ georgina and rhys ~
on christmas eve 2011 rhys proposed to georgina. shortly after that she contacted me and checked what dates I had available. I knew I had to be a part of it.
their day was immaculately styled, beautifully warm, and overflowing with reminders of the importance of family relationships.
I can’t think of any better way to finish the year than sharing their wedding film with you.
I loved it.
the skinny on georgina and rhys’ day:
location: private family property
celebrant: the wonderful michelle shannon
lighting and dj: pip from byron audio
catering: eatdrink catering
music licensed and used with permission bit.ly/JvNZ9o