Image Control works with specialists in the areas of writing, sound recording and post-production, animation, graphic design, web development and production management.
We offer a scalable, highly experienced team.
Keith Webb founded Image Control in 1981 and continues to be the principle Director Of Photography and Creative Director. Initially trained as a still photographer, Keith is also an experienced cinematographer, editor, writer and voiceover artist.
Over the past 35 years Keith has directed thousands of projects from television commercials to corporate videos, documentaries and television series for the History Channel.
Keith is also Project Director for the Temora Aviation Museum’s Unsung Heroes project, a video archive comprising hundreds of interviews with veterans from WW2, the Korean War, Vietnam and beyond.
We harness the skills of a number of specialists in:
Digital strategy, creative concepts, production, writing, design, graphics, location specialists, camera and lighting, video and audio editors, web and app developers to make sure your project is on target, on time and on budget.
Richard Leigh is Image Control’s principal editor / producer – a role that often includes writing and shooting for our many clients.
A graduate of the Victorian College of the Arts, Richard has worked on a number of SBS and ABC documentaries as well as writing and producing over 140 programs for schools and coaching adult students in digital storytelling at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image. In 2006 he founded the social enterprise Campfire Film Foundation.
Craig Tonkin has worked with Image Control as Senior Motion Graphics Designer for over 15 years. He is a highly experienced editor and 2D animator and works on most of Image Control’s Television Commercials. His proficiency in After Effects, keen attention to detail and personality make him a favourite with our clients.