Filming a doyen of the ‘rock violin’ genre, we combined a 30+ degree day with 2 locations, 2 cameras and 8 complete takes, to deliver a 36 angle video clip featuring a Game of Thrones and Pirates of the Caribbean medley, with the support of the Australian National Trust for giving us access to film on the Polly Woodside Tall Ship.
Bravo Charlie were asked to film a documentary on the sustainability and waste management practices for Australias largest annual dance-music and lifestyle event, the Rainbow Serpent Festival, along with several shorts. There’s quite a lot involved making a video, have a read and a watch inside.
Asked to support an emerging leader in her creative singing workshops, we documented one of her classes and then took Charlotte through her own video creation training and marketing planning.
Our second round of filming with Tasha Zappala as she continues to impress national audiences and travel internationally with her music career.
A series of acoustic videos and social media support for the aspiring artist Rainee Blake.
Asked to do a series of still photos, we took bits of footage along the way and made this short video for a friend who brings a smile into a lot of lives.
Social media setup, video production and ongoing support for another amazing young artist as they climb the ranks of Triple J Unearthed and develop their talent.
Two songs filmed and produced for the Pierce Brothers as they played in the heart of Melbourne; part of our Melbourne Acoustic foray.
Setup of a YouTube channel, filming of several acoustic performances and training in how to run and grow a social media presence.
Capturing a “complex and compelling aural journey” for Daquqi.
Kick starting the online presence of Australia’s most notorious Slide guitarist Owen Campbell, including his social media system made up of website, Facebook page and YouTube channel, then filming his Behind The Scenes video for his Album launch and setting him off on the path to digital glory!
Filmed and produced on behalf of the Kindred Spirit organisers; 1 day of filming and 2 days of production. Featuring the music of Wade Imre Morissette.
Jean-Paul from Los Angeles, California, playing his original piece ‘Serenity’ – part of our Melbourne Acoustic series.
Three million three hundred thousand (3.3M+) views later, 3 live acoustic songs recorded during our first session, 9 on the second time around and an initial setup of a YouTube channel, Jamé has a single destination he points people to when they ask ‘what can you do’ – he doesn’t have a problem getting gigs any more either 🙂
After 2 training sessions the very capable IT man and flute player (Michael) went ahead and updated their WordPress site with the latest learnings then got stuck in making videos to promote their upcoming gigs. We worked with Bonnie and Michael through the update process and continue to provide adhock social media growth support.
When is a couch with a motor on it a business? When Mardy Daniel’s is in charge. Completing the initial videos for Festival Couch, we setup their first website and social media system, trained them in content production, created sponsorship proposals for them, filmed a gig involving a Storm Trooper walking from Perth to Melbourne for the Starlight foundation and continue to provide adhock suggestion as they drive on into sunset.
Asked to create a synthesis of a 2010 and 2011 performance (the latter that we filmed) for one of Australia’s most well known live performance festival rap duos.