Founded in 1998, GEO Media Interactive, or GMi, was one of the first independent professional video production houses in Bunbury. Our business and reputation have grown, and we now work with clients across WA and across the nation. Our work has been broadcast on every Australian network and has been sent around the world.
Our mission is simple: to provide professional broadcast quality video production with a high level of personalised service and efficient project management – and have fun doing it!
Our video production team has decades of experience in the industry and we want to share our passion with you. Our experience and ideas will enhance your production. We can manage your entire project in-house from script writing to delivery and/or collaborate with your own agency.
We specialise in major long form productions – from corporate image, documentary and tourism to training and safety. We professionally manage all productions, archiving and databasing vision so it’s at our fingertips at a moment’s notice.
Our in-house production equipment is broadcast quality. From our industry-standard Avid and Adobe edit suites to our range of Panasonic, Canon, and Sony production cameras.
From acquisition to post production, our equipment and skills ensure excellent production values and results without compromise!
Contact us to discuss your next project – we’ll tell your story.
MEET THE TEAM
Business Owner, Head Cameraman, Drone Pilot and eLearning producer. Mark brings 20 years of experience in video and eLearning production and is always looking for a new challenge be it filming or virtual.
Starting his career in Perth as a film sound recordist in 1984, Mark quickly moved to post production when videotape editing became a thing. He moved to Bunbury in 1985 to begin a 14 year stint at GWN TV where he dabbled in videotapes, camerawork, audio, lighting and editing, ending up as a production director involved in program production, commercials, and directing shows including live news and current affairs. He went solo in 2000, embracing the transition to digital technology. Mark is still not sure what he wants to do when he grows up.
Editor and eLearning production. Carl started working in the television industry in 1988 at Channel 9. Working up from the operations side of the industry he became an editor, enjoying dark rooms, flashing lights and machines with lots of buttons! It was only then natural for him to add eLearning production to his skill set with plenty of flashing lights and buttons to program!
With over 20 years experience in engineering and IT programming, Bruce brings his skills in managing major complex projects to GMi.