I'm counting on some work on the back end of this pandemic. Aren't we all. The artistic freelancer such as yours truly gets hit pretty hard in these challenging times. Time to remind everyone I do create great work. And yes, knowledge and...
Animation formed an integral part of these films for client Uon, deftly created by Nick Kempt at Zac Creative.
This was a shoot that started at 7am, shooting the bus in situ, both from ground and from the drone…without any talent. Then an hour on the bus with selected talent. It’s all about working smart and cost effectively. This video plays onboard the Rottnest Express Ferry en route to and from this beautiful island. […]
One day shoot. Fourteen interviews, overlay and drone. Next!!!
Call this a large project. I covered all grain growing regions of WA, filming everything that was swaying in the breeze. Then edited something to tell the world what DAFWA, or The Dept of Primary Industry and Regional Development as it is now called, was all about. This is the mini version.
I made a very quick ad of my recent work. Call it a teaser. The longer versions are all around you, so do take some time and explore. Kind regards, Ross
Filmed over a day. with drone flying inside a large fertiliser shed.
This was invented in Perth by some geeks. It’s a cool app. You may be a little old to use it but you’ll dig it. Just in time for the Soccer World Cup in Russia land.
Simple in their structure but all with a powerful message. This is another in a series of TVC’s my producer Troy Zafer and I created that show the young indigenous community are out there making a difference to their lives.
I do like editing vision to music. So music is always key. I start with 5 or 6 tracks, drill down on a particular composer I like until I strike the right emotion. Found this track on PremiumBeat.com. It was perfect.
This is one of four films I created for Workhouse Advertising, driven entirely by the interviews. Storytelling is key, here. Having two cameras helped drive the emotion.