We’ve just completed a immersive AV experience in Albert Park in Auckland for Draft FCB as a promotion for Prime TV’s new season of Planet Earth II.
More video and terrifying audio to come soon
The Pedigree spots we worked on with Colenso BBDO and Exit Films have just won Silver Lion at the Cannes Promo and Activation Lions.
You can check out the commercials on our ‘work’ page.
Congrats to everyone involved!
Excited to be doing a team trip down to Luma Southern Light festival 2017 and also to be working on some new pieces with the Mapping Mondays crew and designer Nikki Wilson.
Stoked to hear that the Safety Net commercial we worked on for The Salvation Army has won Gold at the Davey Awards.
Congratulations to the team at Black, Hugh Mitton of Film Construction and the rest of the team involved.
We’re testing out ideas for new installation work with the talents of Daniel Tippett..watch this space.
A still from visuals we recently designed for Microsoft’s Ignite event afterparty.
Creating and testing our first 360 VR projects – new toys!
Our work for Auckland Museum’s upcoming exhibition on New Zealand Music is about to go live on the 28th of October.
Lots of amazing interactive exhibits to see and looking forward to unveiling our first foray into App creation.
Working on some new mapping installation ideas – watch this space
We’re excited to be working with some very talented App developers from Melodics and Serato on our contribution to the Volume exhibition opening at Auckland Museum in October. Stay tuned..
Their new mega trampoline park is opening in Avondale next month. We are currently creating very large format visual content to enhance the bounce experience..
Excited to be heading to Queenstown with the Mapping Mondays crew to light up their waterfront for a weekend.
John Psathas’ multimedia musical extravaganza is touring selected locations around NZ. We are proud to have supplied VFX, projection concept design and content to this amazing show.
Getting pretty excited about VJing for the Dub Pistols at Splore 2016 – time to shake off some dust
Long form, music vids, commercials, installations..our 2016 has started off with an explosion of work. Looking forward to sharing some soon.
We’re in a flurry of commercial work from various sources but many seem to be tied to Cars and the looming RWC..obviously we’re betting on black.
Excited to be working with the talented Joren Van Suylekom on a music video for Samuel Flynn Scott. Ready in 8 weeks..
Its been a hectic month with commercials for Contagion, Exposure, Draft FCB, Exit and Film Construction coming through back to back. Great to be working with old friends and new faces and getting to try out some new tricks.
Excited to be teaming up with Dan Mace @ Remote to create visuals for the 2015 Cricket World Cup opening ceremony in February. Just a casual viewing audience of 1.2 billion people..no pressure..
We are stoked to be sharing our studio space at 5 Islington street with a couple of very talented gentlemen – Dan Mace (remote.co.nz) and Pete Ritchie (www.pete-ritchie.com). Let the good times roll..
Some exciting developments coming up in the next couple of weeks..looking forward to sharing them
Doing our bit to encourage a good turn out for the election..
Working with the good people at Gladeye this week on a cool little project..
Televisioning a lot lately…just finished work on a Promo package for The Block 2014 for Mediaworks.
Now working on Titles and graphics for a new TVNZ show. Some exciting new work also in the pipeline so the second half of the year is looking interesting..
We’re currently immersed in a huge project for Les Mills International. Heading to London to launch it to the world on the 28th of May. Looking forward to sharing this exciting project with everyone..
Just completed our contribution to James Kerr’s TV Tree installation at Splore Festival.
We’ve just completed work on visuals for Kim Dot Com’s NYE set at Rhythm & Vines for the gentlemen at PleasureKraft and for James Kerr’s TV Tree installation at Splore Festival.
Off for a break now..back on deck on the 13th of January..Happy Holidays Everyone!
Having recently returned our glorious Stag Head – Mitch – to his owners, we’ve been experimenting with ways to replace him.
This is a 3d model of Mitch constructed from entirely from photographs. Aside from the welcome return of Mitch to our walls, this is also handy R&D for our next projection mapping project.
We are currently working on a type animation piece for an American startup that facilitates donations to charity through social media.
Great to be working with old friends on new ventures. Watch this space..
We’re hard at work on our submission for AITD this year…here’s a still from our photo shoot at Flox’s studio last week. Watch this space..
I’m in China working with the team at Must Films, working on a very large scale projection mapping job for an event that will be part of a worldwide campaign. All very hush-hush at the moment but watch this space for pics and video as soon as it goes live..
We are in Zurich for 4 weeks working with dance theatre company Halsundbeinbruch to create integrated visuals for a show called ‘Everybody Wants More’. Performances at Tanzhaus Zurich from 12th to 16th September and also available on live stream (watch this space). Exciting to be working in a new city with very talented people. The food and the weather aren’t bad either..
We are excited to have been asked to create visuals for Beastwars’ live show in Auckland this coming November. Big bad ideas brewing on that one while we continue work on their ‘Realms’ music video with director Hamish Waterhouse. Watch this space..
We helped our friend and rising star director Zoe McIntosh out with titles on her self-funded satire/doco – The Deadly Ponies Gang
A sellout at the film festival in Auckland, this little gem of a film is hopefully en route to film fests world wide.
We were asked to contribute a video work as part of the light installation for the celebration of Matariki at Silo Park this year. The Celebrations and installations run from the 19th to the 21st of July.
We are teaming up with the talented Flox to create an installation for Art in the Dark this coming November. As and added bonus to finding out our submission was accepted we have also been told that our installation will be one of the featured projects! No pressure..
An ongoing collaboration with Swiss theatre production company Halsundbeinbruch, Everybody wants more is a multimedia dance theatre event. We will be in Switzerland from a month from the 15th of August to help bring this production alive for a week in mid-September at the Tanz Haus in Zurich.
We’re back collaborating with artist Michel Tuffery reformatting the First Contact project for a gallery in Cologne. Great to view this project with fresh eyes after a year on ice and have the chance to improve it for a new space and audience.
Our latest work for director Dan Mace has just gone live at Auckland War Memorial Museum. Its part of the Moana My Ocean Exhibition and is a looping film about the mythical Parata. We completed the edit, grade and transitional FX on this spooky and powerful piece.
We think this clip is pretty damned awesome..