VAM loves working with passionate creatives to help tell their story and engage with a broad audience.
Our videos have consistently done just that for artists, musicians, performers, festivals and exhibitions over our 8 years in operation. We have worked heaps with the Fremantle Festivals team, Perth Festival, Melville City Arts & Events, Heathcote Gallery, Freo. Social and a whole bunch of beautiful creatives 😉 We also play with some of our own Arts projects and events in amongst making sweet vids. VAM is incredibly passionate about the power of the Arts and the value it holds for all of us. Let’s share that around!
SAN CISCO | On the Line | Music Video
As Covid-19 iso-restrictions began to ease in Perth, San Cisco gave us a call with a loose idea for a music video for their new single ‘On the Line’ with a super tight turn-around. We went for a fun and heartwarming vibe and a slightly over exposed but warm polaroid look. It’s a coming out of iso love story.
DIRECTOR / PRODUCER – Brendan Hutchens
DOP – Jim Frater ACS
1st AC – Paolo Feliciani
EDITOR / GRADE – Steven Alyian
CITY OF MELVILLE | Art in Place | Sonic Hill
West Australian artists Tom Mùller and Ned Beckley (Agency 296) collaborated to present the 2019 ART IN PLACE project. Their artwork Sonic Hill was a site-specific audio sculpture that invited audiences to ‘hear’ a renewed sense of place from 12 April to 28 April 2019 at Wireless Hill, Ardross for the City of Melville.
VAM Media produced short, moody promotional videos that really captured the intent of the work and the site.
SHOT & EDITED by Brendan Hutchens
PERTH FESTIVAL | Highway to Hell
How the Perth Festival team pulled this off is just astounding. It was a privilege to come on board as the official video team for the legendary Highway to Hell event.
PRODUCER/DIRECTOR – Brendan Hutchens | CAMERAS – Jim Frater ACS, Darren McCagh, Brendan Hutchens, André Avila | DRONE – Jason North, Darren McCagh | FIELD SOUND – Ash Charlton | EDIT – Brendan Hutchens | PRODUCTION MANAGER – Rose Grandile-Pizzi
We worked with building owner Silverleaf Investments and Fremantle BID to engage local artists to create work on 4 heavily tagged service doors where constant painting over was a pain. VAM organised and produced this project and also captured the process with some short videos. Small scale street art brings interest to street level spaces.
A GENTLEMANS GUIDE TO HOMEMAKING
This major temporary public artwork was the centrepiece for Fremantle Festival 2015 and was produced by VAM. An old large timber boat in the middle of the port city of Fremantle was transformed into a working art piece and community meeting point. Artist Andrew Christie brought the idea to life through his concept ‘The Field Guide to Homemaking.’ Supported and funded through the City of Fremantle’s temporary public art program.
ANYA BROCK | Mural | Louis Baxters
Anya is an inspiring artist and business professional. She is incredibly focussed and her works, both big and small, are well known and loved. This piece is at Louis Baxters Coffee in Subiaco.