While in Samoa, I helped out on a campaign for the Fred Hollows Foundation in Savaii. The foundation is a charity set up that provides eye surgeries in third world countries. I helped mainly with filming, but also helped the NZ based team with navigating the cultural barriers. The footage was used by several news channels as well as being used on the foundations website.
This is another music video I worked on with Neil. It was shot mainly in Australia and Roundhead Studios. I played a more technical, post role on this one.
A live webcast just before the release of the album “Dizzy Heights”. I helped produce the webcast in both pre-production and production. A very relaxed and intimate performance with interaction from Neil’s fans.
This is the first webcast from Neil Finn’s “Dizzy Heights” webcast series. It was initially just going to be a test as we had very little time to organise it beforehand. But we decided to just push it live so the fans could be part of process and provide feedback into what they were wanting.
Here’s a music video that I helped edit for Neil Finn. All the footage was shot by Neil himself in Greece and was edited using both Final Cut X and Avid. The song is from his solo album “Dizzy Heights” released in 2014.
I did offline and online editing for 3 Childfund NZ campaigns made by Phil Prendeville from Umbrella Films. The campaigns ran over the span of two years and were played on 5 different networks in New Zealand.
I worked as a DI on an Australian film called “Cedar Boys” at Fox Studios in Sydney. I worked with Warren Lynch and his company, “Intercolour Films”. This was one of the first “digital features” shot on the new Red4K cameras. I managed to come in part through the DI process and streamline the workflow so I got 5 weeks of work done in 4 days.