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In 2016 I not only established the WORLDS FIRST SHERPA RESCUE TEAM on Mt Everest, though found myself in the Series for the Travel Channel USA. This is one of the full Episodes that saw me lead the team to one of the highest rescues ever recorded.

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When establishing VRAAM it was essential to have the best Technology Partners – we chose SUUNTO … this short film was part of the journey.

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a small look behind the walls of one of Sydney’s leading Real Estate businesses – its about the people.

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My film follows the FreeSwim journey of wahine (woman) Ally Davey as she takes on 70km of open ocean around the stunning Coromandel coastline over three days to bring awareness to the protection of New Zealand’s oceans.

It does more than encapsulate stunning vistas and highlight the extraordinary New Zealand environment, but inspires people to be aware of the natural beauty that surrounds them and to protect it before it is too late. It’s an inspirational film, not an activist film. It highlights the wonder of exploration and the intrinsic benefits of getting wet and looking below the surface, championing endurance of the human spirit.

Moana Waiwai translates to Big Ocean, filmed in February and March of 2020 in the remote Northern Coromandel Peninsula of New Zealand’s North Island.

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ZOOM Microphones bring life to the Virtual Film Mental Miles – on location.

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ZOOM Microphones bring life to the Virtual Film Mental Miles

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my Microphone has a life of its own in Isolation.

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A day in the life of my f-Stop kit in isolation.

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Through the eyes and team of Australian cycling journalist and author Rupert Guinness, the Virtual Race Across America delivers over 4,500km’s and 73,000 mtrs of climbing in World’s First & Largest Virtual Ultra Cycling Event, VRAAM.

Come on a journey like never before, witnessing the highs and lows of taking on such an incredible challenge on a stationery bike.

20 hours a day for 12 days straight, Rupert will be joined by riders from over 30 countries who will also tackle VRAAM from the relative comfort of their living rooms, garages and pain caves.

Why do this? Quite simply to give people hope all over the world in extraordinary times.

Following Corporate Groups as they venture into the wilds as they face not only their fears but develop new life skills, are incredible films to make. Lives changing in front of our cameras.