Transmit : Ideas & Content Generator
Transmit specialises in creating beautiful ideas and content for multiple platforms — we are expert video-storytellers and creative content generators. From a studio on Wellington’s South Coast, Transmit crafts quality, distinctively Aotearoa New Zealand content. There’s an art in what we do. A background in journalism and filmmaking brings an intuitive and innovative approach to all our projects and for businesses, large and small. Transmit is a creative force whose work sets its clients apart. Transmit’s the word, pass it on.
Dahlia lampshades at The Larder, Wellington for ‘Common Sense’ light installation & collaboration during Wellington On A Plate. Four dahlia photos by Sarah Hunter set on existing lampshades remain in place at the local.
Fat Freddy’s Drop
From the house of Transmit, Fat Freddy’s Drop ‘Special Edition Part 1’ album launch sting. Part of a series of animation stings, TVC & online tour campaign videos, guerilla video storytelling and social media content for album release and tour conversations worldwide. Happy place collaboration.
Royal Commission of Inquiry Video Content
Trailer for a series of videos that Transmit has been directed and produced for Royal Commission of Inquiry into Historical Abuse in State Care and in the Care of Faith-based Institutions. The videos were a response to survivor advocates wish to be seen and heard, a chance to share expectations for the Inquiry and for what New Zealand needs to know. Thanks Tyrone Marks, Eugene Ryder, Tanya and Gina Sammons, Pearl Putaranui, Toni Jarvis, Paora Crawford Moyle and Kath Coster. The video series also included survivor advocates of faith-based institutions, the Inquiry Commissioners as well as former Chair Sir Anand Satyanand.
WW1 Remembered Widescreen Redux
Transmit delivered this widescreen redux of WW1 Remembered Light & Sound Show as an education resource, giving new life to the epic projection that Transmit Directed and Creative Produced for Ministry of Culture and Heritage and Wellington City Council in 2016.
Luck of The Draw
‘Luck of the Draw’ was an interactive project curated and directed by Transmit for digital platforms. Featuring an emerging creative collective making dance, music, film, fine art and a play as a response to 1916 NZ film ‘Ballot at the Government Statistician Office’. Commissioned for WW100 by Ministry of Culture & Heritage in association with Nga Taonga Sound & Vision and Te Papa.
Luck of The Draw marked a trilogy of interactive projects directed and creative produced by Transmit for WW100 commemorations. It followed WW1 Remembered light and sound shows at Pukeahu, Wellington.
Original Luck of The Draw Artwork by artist Moana Williams.
Listen to Luck of the Draw song. The track was a collaboration with Transmit, featuring MC Oblique and Madison Nonoa, produced by Rhombus Production sonic kings.
Fat Freddy’s Drop
Flashback with Fat Freddy’s Drop to Berlin 2005. Transmit has worked behind the scenes with legends Fat Freddy’s Drop since the band’s inception. First snapped the cover photo for Live at The Matterhorn album on a Lomo camera and this collab has evolved to video production and content management helping connect the dots worldwide. On this occasion Sarah Hunter from Transmit was creative directing and helping film a documentary following the band in Europe for Maori TV.
WW1 Remembered Light & Sound Show, Wellington
Hypnotic pocket doco by the house of Transmit capturing WW1 Remembered Light and Sound show 2016.
Transmit Directed & Creative Produced the epic light and sound show projected at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park as part of WW100 commemorations. The requiem for war featured original art by Ngataiharuru Taepa, Michel Tuffery and Brett Killington with historic images from likes of Alexandra Turnbull Library and Te Papa. Design by Helen Milner. Animation by Ahmad Habash and National Park. Custom sound design by Rhombus Productions with Lisa Tomlins on vocals. Presented by Wellington City Council, with support from WW100. The project followed on from our first light and sound show in 2015 which was projected on the Carillon bell tower and Dominion Museum building for eight nights to over 40,000 people.
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Top Banner image : Transmit creative collaboration for The Larder’s ‘Common Sense’ featuring illustration by Morgan Harper.
Taking a tiki tour into Cyber Land, Typing coded messages, signals to send, messages to rearrange and comprehend. Transmit’s The Word, Pass It On. The End.