Transmit – Creative Content
Transmit crafts authentic video stories for a transmedia world, bespoke creative content to elevate stories & brands on mobile, web & TV platforms, live stream and epic screens. Get amongst it.
AURA For Philips
VIdeo project of note in 2015, collaborating with Simon Rycroft to capture AURA a light installation he co-designed with Paul Thursfeild in The Netherlands for Philips. With Cine Timore we crafted this 30 sec sting, a 15 sec sting and a pocket edition doco for Philips.
WW1 Remembered Light & Sound Show, Wellington
Epic, Transmit directed & creative produced WW1 Remembered: A Light & Sound Show at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park, Wellington 2015. The requiem for war wove archival still and moving image with custom artwork by Ngataiharuru Taepa and Michel Tuffery and sound design by Kuki aka Iain Gordon.
The beacons of light projected on the front of the Carillon bell tower and Dominion Museum building for eight nights, with 30,000 viewers embracing the work as ‘sensitive’ and ‘emotional’. Commissioned by Wellington City Council & presented in association with GAS, Storybox (motion graphics/mapping) & Spyglass projections.
On the hi-fi working with music powerhouse Fat Freddy’s Drop, making website & social media content inc behind the scenes videos for new album BAYS. The collaboration is an extension of working various guises for over a decade on worldwide tours & releases from Live at Matterhorn, Based On A True Story, Dr Boondigga & The Big BW to Blackbird. The making of a neon light for BAYS new album video raised over 44,000 views on FFD socials.
TransmitWorld Pop Up TV, transmitting a wanderlust of culture & goodness worldwide from Aotearoa, New Zealand. Random, live stream & on demand.
Highlight on the TransmitWorld TV dance card, transmitting The Munki Mash Live Stream, paying respect to music history in the making before the demolition man breaks up the party. DJ Benny, Nushka, Peyton, Jhan Lindsay, Kirsten Te Rito, Mr Sterile Assembly, Fur Patrol, Jules Desmond, Rhombus, Barry Saunders, Orchestra of Spheres, Grayson Gilmour and Trinity Roots in the house.