In 2017 we created a fun series of ads for social media promoting various areas and properties in the region. Produced by Brook Powell, written mainly by Michael Veitch and directed and shot by Keith Webb we worked with a variety of wonderful talent including Michael Veitch, John Wood, Simon Oats and Genevieve Morris all of whom were great fun to work with.
I think you’ll see how good the chemistry was in this compilation of all the ads we created together.
Image Control has produced a series of five 15 second advertisements for TV, Catch up and online for Forest and Wood Products. The series is titled ‘Make it Wood’. Writer: David Simpson. Shoot and post-production: Image Control.
This was one of two short (silent) art videos created for a dance performance piece to set the scene. Pandemonium founder and event manager, Alessandra Izzo commented: “YES!!! it’s completely perfect!!!” (I like the exclamation mark overload).
In May 2015 we were commissioned to create a suite of four short promotional videos for Cooma-Monaro Shire in conjunction with long time client Peter Sheppard.
The four videos are an integral part of a successful campaign to encourage people to move, invest, work and play in Cooma, the gateway to the Snowy Mountains.
In addition to the videos still photography for brochures was also completed, as well as a series of six radio commercials produced by Image Control.
This is the Invest video
This is part of a series of four videos all shot on location in the Snowy Mountains over a four day period in May 2015. Image Control also created still images and a series of radio ads as part of the “So much to Love” campaign.
Here’s an example of how the still images were used.
Crayola had a requirement to launch a new range of marker pens and Image Control came up with the idea of creating a unique claymation style 30 second tv commercial. Working with writer David Simpson we engaged the talented animator Sal Cooper to create the plasticine characters to bring the pens to life and illustrate their key benefits. The commercial first went to air in January 2015.
The word ‘retirement’ just isn’t in Eugene Veith’s vocabulary. The 85 year old was the creator of a non-profit organisation which was created to give away money to the world’s poor and needy. This documentary tells his amazing life story and how he has changed many lives for the better. This is the introduction. The program was produced for Mission Enterprises. Written by Jenny Van Niekirk and music by Dave Duffus. Overseas footage shot by ‘Brutus’.
Back in the early 2000s we produced a short documentary through the Alpha Media Group about Bishop Alexis Bilindibagabo who looked after orphans after the Rwandan massacre of the 1990s.
This is the first couple of minutes of the program.
Image Control was commissioned to create the learning resources for the Luke 14 project, aimed at assisting churches to better be able to welcome people with disabilities to be part of church services. The videos are a series of 35 scenario based modules, each illustrating a particular subject.
We have a long association with Crayola and have both made television commercials from scratch and also repurposed many US based commercials. Sometimes it’s a simple end graphic, other times a new voiceover and soundtrack has to be created. Some go to television, others to cinema.
We do all the liaison with CAD to ensure your commercials are good to go to air, then shoot them off for broadcast digitally.
This and another television commercial were done for Evergreen. All the live footage was supplied from the US version of the ad and our job was to recut a 45 to a 30 second ad. Phil rewrote the script and I did the voiceover for the tag.