Some more Multimedia & Audio Visual projects

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Media: CD ROM
Production: Spike
Writers: Tony Peterson & Colin Lee

OK, gambling can create social problems, but we forget that Australian companies such as Aristocrat lead the world in their chosen field. This is from a CD ROM designed to sell the product into clubs and pubs. Where do we draw the line? For the right money and prestige, the odds are 2-1 on we’ll do it.
Media: CD ROM
Production: Script & Audio - Step Write Up
Writers: Tony Peterson & Colin Lee

QuikTrak is one of Australia's leaders in vehicle and asset tracking systems. Their system allows you to track your vehicles and assets at any time via computer. We were asked to help out on a presentation for dealers and end users explaining the many benefits of the Quicktrak system.
Media: Video
Production: Kirby Productions
Writers: Tony Peterson & Colin Lee

The year 2000. Y2K, Israel and Syria hold inconclusive peace talks, Alan Greenspan is nominated for a fourth term as U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman and Telstra is leveraging their investment in a certain sporting event in Sydney. The original program is 45 minutes long. This is an edited version for demo purposes.
Media: Video
Production: Wavelength
Writer: Tony Peterson

This early video for Optus was designed as a 'pat on the back' for staff. The script was only about 3 pages long, but the client understood the mood, and found the people for the voice grabs. The sense of pride and achievement was something you couldn’t script, and the video is a good indication of where things were at, at time of filming.
Media: Video
Production: Thinking Pictures (Prod: Peter Houghton, Dir: Ron Way)
Writer: Tony Peterson

When the writing contract for the Commonwealth Bank's CBA TV finally came to an end, we had written over 75 x 15 minute segments covering every topic from Security, Phone Manner, Team Building, Sales Support and everything in between. The segment used actors, staff and scripted dialogue to make the scenarios more life like and to show best practice.
Media: Video
Production: Jason Wheatley (AFTRS), Dir: Richard Jascek
Writer: Colin Lee

There were 3 training films produced at the time: Recording the office interview, Lighting the office Interview & Off-line Editing: An Introduction. Some of the equipment today may be digital but a lot of the basics remain the same. The Recording & Lighting videos were originally half hour programs. They've been truncated here for demo preview purposes.