The Microcinescope is a unique digital experience at the intersection of microscopy and cinema.
This is an old piece of work I found in the treasure trove of archives. Basically, it served as a promotional showreel, displaying many of the video projects I’d worked on up until 2010.
The UN peacekeeping mission in Mali’s Conduct and Discipline Team (CDT) required advocacy and outreach work through a communications campaign I helped realise.
Maxwell Stamp, a consultancy agency managing the Social Protection and Sustainable Livelihoods (SPSL) project, which operates under the Lao-Australia Rural Livelihoods programme, required training tools and materials for use in the field.
While working in Laos in 2013, a peer from the World Health Organization expressed the urgent need to communicate important vaccination schedules to women and community members in villages nationwide.
The Dog Doctor was a project run in 2012 by the Animal Management in Rural and Remote Indigenous Communities (AMRRIC) of Australia. The facilitator / coordinator, Ktima Heathcote approached me to assist with the post-production of educational materials including a DVD and pamphlets about Dog Health in the Barkly area of the Northern Territory.
Handicap International in Laos is a special branch given that it runs programs for beneficiaries who are both affected by UXO and remote, rural poverty. I was recruited as a Communications consultant to design a series of IEC tools and learning materials.