Unless you have been living under a rock, surely almost everyone is familiar with the kickass reputation of Aussie TV personality and trainer Michelle Bridges.
Tim Bradley at Minds Eye Films certainly knows now that she applies this can-do attitude across all areas of her life, and especially so in her training programs.
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Its not just you – Tim from Minds Eye Films is definitely looking like he has been on a vacation somewhere with a lot of sun. But in fact, Tim’s tanned skin is actually a result of days of working in an idyllic location – on water!
And not just any body of water. Tim has been shooting on Sydney’s iconic harbour and the pristine Pittwater for two exciting projects for two separate clients. Minds Eye enjoys the challenges that come with tackling a new location, and shooting on a 50-foot game fishing boat and a 60-foot yacht certainly presents some unique ones!
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Minds Eye spreading Active Deaf Kids message
Can you imagine what it’s like growing up in a world without sound? That is the reality for thousands of deaf and hard of hearing Aussie kids every day – but there is an organisation that is helping these kids fit in and be healthy.
Tim from Minds Eye is playing a crucial role in the development of a promotional video for the Active Deaf Kids Program, an initiative of Deaf Sport Australia, the country’s peak body for deaf sports.
Continue reading “Haven’t you heard?”
It’s starting to cool down a bit now in Australia and our minds are turning towards hearty vegetable soups, succulent roasted meat dishes and decadent desserts.
Luckily Your Local Greengrocer has all the inspiration we need – and Minds Eye has helped deliver it in the form of a third series of cooking demonstration videos.
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Hill sprints, stand up paddle boarding and rowing; this is just the beginning of what’s in store for Australia’s newest on-line entertainment, health and wellbeing channel healthyMEtv. Hosted by rugby union legend George Gregan, healthyMEtv inspires Australians to live healthier each day by creating the best original video content.
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Fennel and tomato lamb shanks, pumpkin, crisp sage and parmesan pasta and apple blackberry oat crumble… is your mouth watering yet? Tim truly works across all types of film work; he is currently halfway through shooting a series of cooking segments for Your Local Greengrocer. He might even pick up some new recipes while he’s there!
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After wearing hearing aids for most of his life, Melbourne man Ange Karsakalis can now hear his favourite Aussie rock music over the noise of car engines for the first time without blowing the speakers.
A mechanic by trade, Ange is profoundly deaf in his left hear; he was also one of the first people in Australia to use Cochlear’s next generation bone conduction hearing implants, the Baha Attract.
Continue reading “Global film shows hearing transformations”
Filming in confined spaces is nothing new for Tim – he’s filmed in helicopters, a light plane with Aussie actor Hugh Jackman, off the back of a Harley Davidson, he’s even filmed inside a life raft at sea. And for a recent Qantas shoot, for several hours Tim had to stand in a toilet cubicle adjoining the cockpit of a plane to film a training video on changing a light bulb in the dashboard.
Tim has worked with Qantas regularly for nearly a decade on a huge variety of projects; one recent shoot involved creating a film for Qantas staff that aimed to break down the stereotypes surrounding Indigenous employees.
Continue reading “Patience and humour a vital combination”
New Optus infomercials benefit
Producing two cinematic quality TVCs at low cost and with a limited shoot time? No problem! It’s a challenge Tim faced recently when he was shooting two new infomercials for regular client Optus – and he tackled it using his Red Epic camera and his brand new Canon Cine Prime lens set.
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Red Epic covers different genres
Five Red Epic cameras were used to shoot the Hi-5 movie, Some Kind of Wonderful. Shot over just five days in Sydney, the film follows the audition process to find three new performers to join the one of the world’s best loved preschool children’s entertainment groups, Hi-5.
Continue reading “From romance to kids”