Want to let people know the go? Well there’s no better way than a video. Don’t think boring corporate video, it’s a brave new world out there.
Whether it’s a short documentary style video to communicate important messages to a broad audience, a series of short social media call’s to action, or a powerful series to explore and expand on initiatives and ideas, VAM can be there with you. Experience counts when clarity of message and quality of production is at stake. Feel the difference by exploring some of our featured projects. Let’s do this.
Fremantle start up Tiller Rides worked with VAM Media to produce a video that they hoped would help them raise a cool million dollars for their revolutionary electric bicycle design. It worked! The team are now moving into production.
FOGO is coming
When the City of Fremantle moved to a new 3 bin FOGO system they engaged VAM Media to help spread the word and communicate to the community what they needed to know, through videos that are fun, engaging and easy to understand.
Canning City Centre Regeneration Program
VAM Media was commissioned to produce a feature communications video to help share the story of the City of Canning’s $76 million once in a generation transformation of the city centre.
Be Groundwater Wise
We worked with the team at Josh Byrne & Associates to produce a series of short videos to raise awareness and compliment the Be Groundwater Wise campaign for the Dept. of Water & Environmental Regulation. We made them really approachable and informative through filming at residents homes and keeping a conversational tone. The project was a great success.
Introduction to Camping
Produced much like a web series we worked with Nature Play WA to present an informative range of videos providing camping tips. We kept the vibe very low-fi and simple. Great to be out at Dwellingup shooting these.
We produced this documentary style film for Wanslea Foster Care, a long time client, to raise awareness about the situation many grandparents are in as main carers for their grandchildren and also as a communication tool for the important research project conducted by Wanslea, Edith Cowen Uni and Curtin Uni about Grandparent Carers.