1. Three time-lapses of a view from the Copthorne Hotel of Wellington city in New Zealand. Captured Monday 30th March 2015 from 16:30hrs until 21:00hrs. Showing Te Papa, the skate park, and the city centre with Brooklyn hill in the distance, and Mt. Victoria houses in the foreground.
    Images published under a Creative Commons Licence (Attribution) - feel free to re-use, and re-mix. Soundtrack re-use rights as per Apple Loops, used here under a non-exclusive licence.

    Shot on Blackmagic Pocket Cinema Camera in Cinema DNG RAW, using a 20mm Lumix Lens. Edited directly from RAW in Adobe Premier CC; Graded in Adobe SpeedGrade. Music mix produced in Garageband from Apple Loops.

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  2. A short sampler of imagery recorded on an iPhone during the 2011 Christmas open day at Wrights Hill, including a brief interview with a volunteer. The title was chosen from two surprising facts which we learnt that day.

    Online Post production carried out using Red Giant App, Plastic Bullet. Edited using Adobe Premier with further offline post production colour effects using Red Giant plugin, Quicklooks.

    Filmed and edited by Kev Double for Kevworld Productions. Music 'Dogma' Apple Loop.

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  3. Client: Double Farley Creative Partners
    Delivery: Private DVD release and online

    In 1971 Fay and Bill Far bought the Island Bay Stationers shop in Wellington. For the last 40 years the Far's have served many of the locals; watching them, their children, and grandchildren grow up. We filmed a day in the shop and discovered why, for the Far's, it is always all for children.

    (C) Double Farley Creative Partners. No clips or films bay be reproduced, copied, distributed, remixed, or otherwise used, without written permission from the copyright holders.

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  4. Client: Double Farley Creative Partners
    Delivery: Online VOD

    For 4 decades the close community of Island Bay, Wellington, has grown up with Fay and Bill Far. The most important thing to them has always been their family. Their children are now all grown up and have started their own lives away from the family shop and home. Surrounded by their memories, adopted by the community, and still there for Island Bay. They sell newspapers and a whole lot more, including the security of past values and service, of knowing it is ultimately all For Children.

  5. Wellington Prison, also know as Mt. Crawford Prison, was opened in 1928 after the inmates of the closed Terrace Gaol started building it two years earlier.
    A shining example of Victorian prison ideals, it served the Wellington region almost continuously until November 2012 when its cells and gates were locked shut for the last time.
    A day or so before it was closed the Corrections Department hosted a once in its lifetime open day. The thousands of people who came through the gates that day briefly changed the buildings into a place of adventure, fun and life. Children's carefree laughter echoed where once quite contemplation of wrong doing were the only sounds. Summer frocks and cameras graced places where for over 80 years only prison garments and memories were allowed.
    In the middle of this life changing experience are two old friends, Burt and Larry. Two former prison guards, who were drawn back to this place for one final look see. Their last shifts finished over 20 years ago, and in that time the prison had changed to meet the public desires for a secure yet humane environment - those same changes, now seen through the eyes of Burt and Larry reconfirmed the nickname of the place amongst cons and screws as 'the Palace'. "They've got covers here, covers there..." said Burt looking at the raised walkways over the exercise yards, "in my day you just had one little box, and a button incase anything went wrong!".
    Burt and Larry star in this short film, together with a Dept. of Corrections prisoner movement co-ordinator, Phil. The stories of the inmates are etched, and often scratched, into the fabric of the buildings and history. But for a few brief minutes we can hear what it was like to be amongst them, often for many years longer, yet always wearing a different uniform. For the last time we're all, "Going Up The Hill".

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Wellington - The best city in the world!

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"If you're happy and you know it" - well, don't clap your hands just yet - not until you have watched some of these short films showcasing the best little city in the world, Wellington New Zealand!

Before I lived here people would ask, "How are you?",…

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"If you're happy and you know it" - well, don't clap your hands just yet - not until you have watched some of these short films showcasing the best little city in the world, Wellington New Zealand!

Before I lived here people would ask, "How are you?", my reply then was "Fine" or "Not too bad" - a week after moving 12,000miles to the land of Kiwi's, Rugby, Mountains, Hobbits and Film, my reply is now "Pretty Great!"

If you can visit then please do (drop me an email and I will share a flatwhite with you) if you cannot visit then please watch these videos and start planning!

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