The team here at GEO Media Interactive have been again working with one of Western Australia’s premier universities, Curtin University. This time GMi have produced a video showcasing the stellar work by Curtin towards making the university welcoming and accessible to all of its staff, students and visitors.
Following on from the recent prescribed burning videos GMi produced for the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) and used by commercial stations in programs such as Today Tonight, the team here at GMi and DPaW are working together again.
Mark recently spent a week embedded with the DPaW fire fighting teams. Based in the Perth Hills Mundaring office, Mark filmed the teams as they responded to fires, but also captured the important work the teams do when there are no fires. It’s not just maintaining their vehicles and equipment, it’s work like feral pest reduction programs, the rehabilitation of fire affected areas, and building bridges in our national parks.
For more information on the amazing work DPaW does click here.
GMi has been working closely recently with the international grain supplier Bunge. A world leading agribusiness and food company based in New York, with operations in 40 countries around the globe. We have been working with both the team here in Bunbury and the Head office in New York to produce a series of induction and corporate videos for their new export operations in Bunbury.
You can find out more about Bunge here.
Or contact us here for more info on the project and how we can help you with yours.
As we rapidly approach the end of year break we here at GMi would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! We have had a great year working on a range of projects with our fantastic clients. All of us here are looking to getting back to it in 2015 and working with you on your next project.
We wish you all a safe and happy new year and will see you in 2015!
All of us here at GMi would like to congratulate everyone involved in the making of the Drug Aware Happy Bunbury film project. Set to Pharrell Williams hit song ‘Happy’ the project showcases a variety of places and faces around Bunbury that celebrate the diversity and vibrancy of the local community.
After attending workshops run by the City of Bunbury and GMi the project was filmed by a number of Bunbury youths and their carers on small handycams. The footage was then given to GMi for editing. The resulting video came together brilliantly and was a fantastic way to celebrate International Day of People with Disability 2014.
It was a great project and the kids did amazing work. We are very proud to of been able to be part of this project and so should everyone involved.
Check out the video here: Happy Bunbury
For more info on Bunbury check out the City of Bunbury website.
If you would like more information on the video you can contact us here
International Day of People with Disability falls on December 3rd of each year. For more information regarding access and inclusion in the City of Bunbury contact the Community Development Officer – Access on 9792 7075.
Keep an eye out for the Happy Bunbury video to appear on the website We are Happy From with productions from around the world.
We here at GMi would like to congratulate everyone involved on the Gateway WA project for recently hitting the halfway point milestone recently. This is an important milestone for WA’s largest ever road project. As you can see from a few of the videos on the Gateway WA website the work is progressing nicely on the $1 billion project designed to improve the safety and efficiency of one of the state’s most important transport hubs.
To see some of the videos click here
For more information on the project click here
Exciting times at GMi as we commence building our 4K RC drone.
Custom made – by us – it will support new 4K cameras. Why custom make it? Well it comes down to flexibility of use – we want a drone that has added safety features, can carry a variety of payloads and can support new improvements in batteries, motors and cameras as they are released.
So having scoped the requirements and components needed it was off to the workshop to commence building, testing and configuring. Bring together the lifelong hobby of RC building and flying and skills in electronic implementation, our tech nerds (read Carl and Peter!) spent a week building.
We are now into the configuration and test flying phase whilst developing operating procedures and safety guidelines. The aim of the project is to prepare the way for the next drone – capable of lifting much heavier camera rigs. It will be coming soon too!
Check out this Today Tonight story about the upcoming WA Fire Season. Some of the footage used in this story comes from a series of public awareness videos GMi are producing for the Department of Parks and Wildlife.
You can watch the TT story here
For more information on prescribed burning check out the Parks and Wildlife info page here
Or watch some of the videos here
Ahoy thar Mateys,
Tomorrow 19th o’ September be a day we here at GMi wait fer every year.
’tis o’ course th’ International Talk like a Pirate Day. A day were we shall be engagin’ in full blown piratical natter.
So get aboard Mateys, hook in hand, ‘n flap yer jaws like a Pirate!
GMi and the Department of Parks and Wildlife (DPaW) have been working together recently to produce a series of short videos for social media platforms about DPaWs prescribed burning program.
The videos explore the history of fire in Western Australia, the action of fire on bushland, why and how the department carries out prescribed burns to protect communities and wildlife, and the landscape’s recovery from fire.