Posts Tagged ‘event coverage’

Mandurah’s Crab Festival

Thursday, May 30th, 2019

Ever been to a crab festival? Mandurah WA holds one every year across 3 days, called Crab Fest.

Fresh Oysters!
Live music in the beer garden

It includes music, food, fireworks and carnival rides. It is just great day out for the whole family.
We were hired by the City of Mandurah to produce a 60 second video of the massive event.

Craig filming the crowd’s reaction to Montaigne

It was a full on day for Craig and myself, working for 12 hours on our feet with a quick 15 minute lunch break thrown in the middle between events! Lots of fun though and we were thrilled to be part of it. Especially being able to see the amazing Montaigne perform.

Australia’s First Disability Flashmob! Event Coverage

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Event coverage

The flashmob in full effect!

Event coverage has never been this inspiring or this fun for Craig and I! We were hired by Megaroc Dance Company to film the first ever Disability flashmob in Australia to celebrate Disability Awareness Week.

Craig and I must have looked hilarious wondering around Garden City trying to look incognito with 2 professional cameras while waiting for the flashmob to start. We didn’t want to give it away!

Feel like being inspired? Then you have to watch the video below! There is no way that you can watch it without smiling. You know what I learned today? That everybody CAN dance!

Definition Flashmob:

For those who are unfamiliar, a flashmob is a group of people who assemble suddenly in a public place, do a performance for a brief time, then quickly disperse, often for the purposes of entertainment, satire, and artistic expression.

About Megaroc:

Megaroc was founded by Megan Diggins in 2002. Not long after she started Wheels In Motion disability dancing as part of her company. Conducted by Megan Diggins, the classes are designed for disabled and able-bodied people combined.

Kinetic Ball Sculpture Re-Launch – The Rockingham Ball Machine

Thursday, May 26th, 2011

Rockingham’s Kinetic Ball Sculpture or “ball machine” is a one of a kind sculpture created by George Rhoads. This iconic sculpture resided at Rockingham City Shopping Centre and entertained children and adults alike for years. The sculpture was removed from the shopping centre when the centre went through a demolish and then a massive upgrade a few years ago. Once the upgrade was complete the ball machine was not returned. The people of Rockingham started a facebook page to bring the sculpture back and Rockingham City Shopping Centre listened. We were then lucky enough to be hired to film the re-opening of the Ball Machine sculpture.

A real feel-good project to be part of.