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South Australian Power Networks Draft Plan 2020-2025 animation, inviting feedback :

A simple animation with Pitjantjatjara voiceover demonstrating remote voting for the South Australian State Election on 17th March 2018. A shorter version will be used at remote voting centres on the day.

A video for the City of Port Phillip, Victoria, encouraging the community to tell what is important to them in keeping their city great. The feedback helps guide the annual budget preparation and Council Plan. Read more here.

Voiceovers by Max McHenry and Ellie Parnell, music by Tom Kneebone.

A short animation for Russell Deal’s new business Metaphors Ink. As many people will know, Russell is a legend, the founder of St Luke’s Innovative Resources, a world renowned publisher of conversation-building card sets and books for social workers, psychologists, counsellors and all human services practitioners.

The soundtrack was created by Tom Kneebone.

The Australian Unemployed Workers’ Union is working on a comprehensive guide to inform unemployed workers of their rights. This animation encourages people to get involved in the production of an easy to read summary of the Job Active Government Guidelines.

A short 11 second animation to demonstrate an idea.

This is a short animation for the Adelaide City Council to show the benefits of the Placemaking approach.  At present,  local businesses seeking approval to put a structure on the footpath, in this example a planter box,  may need to present the proposal to up to seven departments at their local council. With the Placemaking approach the process would be simplified and is about empowering local businesses.

Guitar and sound effects by Tom Kneebone.

A whiteboard style animation for the Class Teaching website explaining the value of their eJournal for teachers and school leaders.

Here is a whiteboard style animation for Aspen Medical, outlining their Corporate Social responsibility (CSR) programs. It is almost 5 minutes long – which is quite long to hold a casual viewer’s attention (the animation is aimed at new staff members).  The animation has also broken down into five ‘chapters’ for added versatility.


This whiteboard style animation is for Monica Redden’s Coaching Ourselves training program: