Photography & Videography

Our video production capabilities are driven by industry veterans with extensive experience in television and advertising. Leveraging their expertise in concept development, scripting, filming, editing and motion graphics we produce top-tier video content that will elevate and promote your brand.

Base Power

Base Power

Shot on location in Ruakokoputuna, south of Martinborough in the Wairarapa, this is a brand piece for brand awareness, showcasing how the product is utilised in situ. Helping remote rural communities have consistent, reliable power.

Taranaki Offshore

Taranaki Offshore Partnership

Utilising supplied imagery from our client, we produced a script and storyboard to help tell the story of the brand, what they do and how they do it. Working with our industry voice over artist we knitted together a slick little brand awareness video that can be utilised across omni-platforms.

Taranaki Prime

Taranaki Prime

Taranaki Prime is a sub-brand of which supplies the subscription business with products directly from local farmers. We met with one of the farming families, the Jury’s in Mataku, who were incredible talent for this promotional video.



‘Clearview Simmentals’ and ‘Petit Meat’ are also suppliers to and provided fantastic human and bovine talent for this promotional video. They are based in Lepperton just outside of New Plymouth, and their farm was a stunning visual backdrop to the video.

On Site

‘On-Site’ - Latitude Homes

Web series to follow the construction of a unique home build in New Plymouth, Taranaki. The series highlighted how the licensee owner worked with the owner to build a unique home on a challenging site.

Surf to Saddle

So they Can - Surf to Saddle Charity Ride

Smokeylemon’s good friend Paddy Gower asked us if we could be involved with a charity ride he and Conrad Smith we’re doing to raise money for who are a non-for-profit charity that provides support to women and young girls in Africa through education. We followed the boys around the mountain from Oakura right over to Whangamomona, stopping in ‘Douglas’ along the way to remember Trever, Conrad’s father whom they dedicated the ride to.