I'm lucky enough to have been able to build solid relationships with numerous organisations, here are a few recent additions:
Production of multipe safety campaign videos for BHP on location at Olympic Dam, both above ground and underground operations, which required full visitor site induction for underground filming and managing a limited amount of gear due to the restrictions of flying to the locations in small aircraft. These are under NDAs and cannot be shared at all, unfortunately.
I've completed multiple videos for both the State and Federal Government across various Departments, so when asked to carry out some on site training on how to produce their own video projects I was thrilled. I've taught on the use of various cameras, which one to use on what project, and also given lessons in editing using Premiere Pro.
Having trained staff on site with knowledge of how to shoot a video benefits everyone - I'm not always around with the camera when things happen, and they can save the budget and invest it in larger projects which would benefit more from my involvement.
Over the past few years, I've produced videos for many of the sites run by Helping Hand to promote them to the wider community and demonstrate their USPs. I've also been engaged to produce a quarterly CEO update for the staff at the organisation, allowing the CEO to communicate effectively and directly to all staff on a regular basis - something that has become even more important over the past year or so when face to face contact has been limited.