Welcome to our new site

Welcome to our new site and the online film-making business we’ve wanted to launch for years. Decades actually. What do they say about ‘overnight success’? It doesn’t happen overnight. There’s no doubt we’re an acquired taste in online video. We pack our own technology – showcache.io – and we’ve very firm views about how a […]

LUME. Kangaroo Point

We had just started working on this project when COVID 19 hit, punching a few holes in the production. We’re still slated to return to shoot the penthouses. This is a generic ‘interim’ film based on interviews with architect Casey Vallance. When shooting new developments, the hard part is coming up with an idea for […]

The Nest. Breaking On Through.

This is the breakthrough video we’d been collaborating on and agonizing over for more than a decade. That’s how far Heath Williams and I go back; all the way back to H-House. And I suppose it takes that long for everything to gell. Trust. Knowledge. Experience. And trust. Heath is the ‘Architect’s Agent’. As a […]

Mishy Canning

Something unusual in the world of agent profiles. An agent who didn’t want to be on camera. All Mishy Canning wanted to do was re-create an old story, and share it. So that’s what we  did. Model Allira Cohrs played Mishy, in her first dramatic outing, and actor Vince Gorce played the home-owner, who was […]

Polo By The Sea for McLaren.

A social production for McLaren Gold Coast. We filmed the horses on a full-frame 100-400m Canon zoom lens, strapped to speed booster on a Panasonic GH5, rolling at 60 frames-per-second. The smaller microsensor gave us plenty more zoom. One of the problems I’ve always have in shooting outdoor events is the dirt and dust, and […]

Shane Colquhoun – Working The Production Triangle

This is on of my favourite shots of a working Principal, at the top of his game, filmed in 8K on the RED Epic W, on a Canon 35mm cinema prime lens. The interview was just as good, as Shane looked back on his career. We both arrived on the Gold Coast around the same […]