We make content for screen.


We love ideas. Big or small.

Tangible or esoteric. Macro or micro. Talking to people, understanding what they want to say, and helping them to convey it through powerful screen content is what we do. We engage with the subject and craft the story. We care about what do.

We’d love to talk about your idea.

We can help at any stage, from creative development and scripting, to filming, editing and postproduction, animation and motion graphics as well as project management.

Scroll down to have a look at some of the work we’ve done lately.

Contact us

OFFICE Level 1, 49 Jardine Street
Kingston ACT 2604
POSTAL PO Box 5228
Lyneham ACT 2602 Australia

Our clients include

  • national-libraryThe National Library of Australia
  • bluescopesteelBlueScope Steel
  • australian-instThe Australian Institute of Architects
  • monashuniversityMonash University
  • awsArchitectural Windows Systems
  • AECAustralian Electoral Commission
  • Australian Taxation OfficeAustralian Taxation Office
  • pharmaceuticalViridian
  • Willinga ParkWillinga Park
  • piaPlanning Insititute of Australia
  • AMSAAustralian Maritime Safety Authority
  • act governmentACT Government

Featured project

Veterans' Health

Department of Veterans' Affairs

Every year the 5,000 to 6,000 people who discharge from the Australian Defence Force (ADF) are able to access the ADF post-discharge GP health assessment – an early intervention program designed to identify and then address health issues.

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Recent work

UQ School of Law

The University of Queensland’s TC Beirne School of Law has brought about new models for teaching and learning through the adaptive reuse of a building at the heart of the St Lucia campus’ heritage precinct.

Willinga Park

Willinga Park is world-class, architectural award winning facility, set on 2000 acres on the NSW South Coast.

QAIHC – 25 Years

Reflecting on over 40 years of the community controlled health sector in Queensland, this film describes the impact of self determination on health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

How Australia Votes

Each year around 90,000 students see this multimedia presentation at Old Parliament House in Canberra, as part of the award winning program run by the AEC’s National Electoral Education Centre.

Australian Maritime Safety Authority

Filmed at 23 locations at sea, on vessels, at ports and from helicopters, we travelled from the Torres Strait to Tasmania to tell the story of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.

A short drive with Andrew Burns

When we offered to make a short film on any subject Andrew chose, we were a little surprised when he pitched the idea of the backs of street signs.