We don’t know about you, but 2018 has started at a cracking pace for the Mayflies – from Melbourne to Sydney and everywhere in between, we have been buzzing all over the place this year.
As always, the Mayfly team has been busy with behind the scenes research and preparation.
Recent reports indicate that consumers want to see more video from brands in future.
A lover of all machinery, Steve also had the chance to get his geek on recently with a wheat harvest shoot at Lockhart.
For one of our bigger projects, we headed to Bathurst for a week-long shoot at Charles Sturt University.
We’ve signed off on some great projects over the past few months but here are a couple that were a real pleasure to work on:
With the rise of Facebook live and Instagram live, a lot of people have been asking about the best DIY equipment to buy to film with their smartphones.
At Mayfly Media, we are firm believers that stories can change the world.
Whether it’s for a B2B campaign or for a more traditional business-to-customer push, we have more and more clients who are reaping the benefits of great video content combined with “series thinking”.
Mayfly Media sure does get around!
As some of you will know, we love where we live and welcome the chance to really show just how beautiful our region is.
In May, we were ecstatic to be notified that our application to the Createability project was successful.
Wagga Wagga Crow Awards 2015 – Steve and I are very proud to be named as finalists in the Crow Awards 2015 for Best New Business.
Speaking about mental illness can be difficult for many people; there are issues of privacy to consider and the stigma associated with it in the community.
People’s Choice Award – Yay for us! The shortfilm we shot and produced The Enemy Within took out the People’s Choice Award in Wagga Waggafest.
The video we recently made for Lil Melodies has gone down on our books as ‘the cutest video we’ve ever made’. Check it out and you’ll have to agree.
Kildare approached Mayfly to film and produce the video to use on school information nights to prospective students and their parents.
The increased bandwidth and download speeds available these days have had an impact on how training and education can be delivered – and not just by educational institutions
Because of our industry knowledge, equipment and experience, we often get called upon to provide footage for national news networks.
As our download speeds increased, and our connection to online content became more embedded into our day to day lives, we all saw the YouTube effect take off.
We teamed up with Simone Dowding of the Blessed Bean to shoot her short film developed for Waggafest about local sportsman Joe Williams and his battles with depression and suicide, to raise awareness of mental health.
Earlier this year we were invited by Tania Sibrey from Food I Am to join their seafood class.
The Pakistan team visited Australia as part of the Agriculture-Sector Linkages Program which is funded by DFAT-Aid.
Mayfly Media have been working with local business people Katrina and Craig Dorward. Katrina is a skilled Yoga teacher who is in the midst of opening her own online studio.
Each week during the charmingly cold winter months of Wagga, we stood on a windy outpost and filmed Rugby Union team the Wagga Wagga Waratahs in action.
Recently our senior camera man and director, Stephen Moore, attended the Australian Cinematographers Society’s “I Like To Move It” expo at Channel Nine’s Docklands site in Melbourne.
A monumental project this year – literally – was the demolition of Hampden Bridge by Wagga Wagga City Council.
We have been working with the Riverina Community College. We are working on a suite of videos about the courses on offer at the college.
Well, WaggaFest Film Festival was a lot of fun.