We here at GEO Media interactive have long been looking to offer video drone services to our clients on top of our aerial video/photo services. GMi are now engaging C.A.S.A certified video drone providers for use in our productions. This opens up a whole new level of filming possibilities, that all of us are very excited about. These drones are fitted with either a Canon 5d mk3, Panasonic GH3, or Black Magic 4K cameras, and with an under-slung camera position and retractable undercarriage they offer unrivaled field of view and image possibilities. If you would like to know more about these services, or how we could further your production with these drones please drop us a line. We would love to hear from you!
The team has been shooting course based videos to help students in managing their studies and structuring their courses for the online world.
Recently Today Tonight aired a story about the endangered Woylie and the fantastic work being done by the dedicated scientists at the Department of Parks and Wildlife. Using footage shot by the camera team here at GMi the story is a great way to spread the word about the plight of the Woylie.
To see the Today Tonight story click here. Also check out the previous story too http://gminteractive.com.au/gmi-and-dpaw-formerly-dec/
What he is really looking forward to is getting out into the scrub and better yet underwater to find some really interesting specimens! Especially the great Nudi’s and Blennies that reside in the southwest! In the meantime expect to see some great macro shots in some of our upcoming productions.
9 years ago today GMi’s Mark Moore joined GMi’s ranks as our camera man in a day full of memories, shenanigans, and ultimately hypnosis. It was a day fondly remembered by all the staff here past and present. In that 9 years Mark has shown no desire to leave the good ship GMi (the hypnosis must of worked then… or possibly it has failed horribly) and has grown (quite literally!) with the business and helped it become one of WA’s best small production houses.
Originally Mark thought he would only be with us for a couple of years before moving back to Perth but when he discovered just how good the Southern Lifestyle is, there was no turning back. So instead we now find him not in some cramped newsroom in a city rushing for a deadline, but instead swanning around our great state filming all sorts of interesting things for us, and spending time with his wife and new son in a place he now certainly calls home.
Congratulations Mark, we’ll try and get rid of you next year, surely we will have found a way by then!
Always ready to parlay, the crew at GMi are ready to sail the seven seas in search of treasure, be it walking planks safely in a SCORM, promoting your latest galleon or documenting the history of your shipping line. And fear not me hearties, it wont cost you too many dubloons…
First Mate Mark has some Canons, some Sonys and some Panasonics to shoot a broadside of vision, while Galley Chief Carl will slash and cut it together Avidly. Run up your Colours – we be ready for adventure.
GEO Media Interactive are documenting a new major infrastructure and roadworks construction project. This time the project is the $1 billion dollar Gateway WA Perth Airport and Freight Access Project.
Gateway WA is the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken by Main Roads WA and aims to improve the safety and efficiency of one of the State’s most important transport hubs, where road, rail and air services connect. GMi is providing video and photography services to be used for their website, a corporate video showing the construction, banners, and posters for the project, and in TV and print media.
GMi have again been recently working with the Department of Parks and Wildlife or DPaW (formerly DEC) filming the plight of the critically endangered Woylie. The Woylie also known as the brush-tailed bettong, is an extremely rare small marsupial which was once found over most of Australia but is now found in only a handfull of places.
The crew here at GMi have been filming the stellar work being done by the teams at DPaW to try and bring the Woylie back from the brink of extinction. Filming has so far taken place at the Perup Wildlife Sanctuary near Manjimup which acts to keep an area predator free for the Woylies to breed in and in the Dryandra Woodlands near Narrogin with further filming to take place over the coming months.
GMi are thrilled to be working again with DPaW on yet another project, we love being a fly on the wall documenting the conservation of some of our nations most endangered species. Stay tuned for the release of our latest video done with the department: Operation Rangelands. A story about the Lorna Glen Sanctuary and the animals that are being brought back from the verge of ruin.
With the completion of works by the City East Alliance Project, the team at GMi was there to capture the opening of the upgraded Great Eastern Highway by Prime Minister Julia Gillard. It was a proud day for everyone involved in the project seeing traffic flow freely along the upgraded highway and meeting the Prime Minister just added to it.
GMi provided high quality video and photography services across the project as well as contributing to the CEA website design. The videos were used extensively by media outlets producing stories about the project and in a corporate documentary about the upgrade, while the photos were used for the web, banners, posters and billboards, and in newspaper articles.
GMi is working on a documentary about the creation of the Wardandi Memorial Park. The documentary will cover the construction of the park by the work teams, the preparation and burial of Noongar remains returned to the South West from a number of museums across Australia, interviews showing the cultural significance and steps taken over 25 years to make the park a reality.