Morph TV

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Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

Creative license – Visual Difference

Media (Film; Festivals; Conferences; Film Clips; Event profiles; Sponsorship tools; Documentary development)

Music Services (Strategic Support; Publishing; Sync; Business Planning; Marketing Plans; Grant Development)

Consultancy (Licensing; Program Development; Program Management; Strategic Delivery; Workshop Development; In-bound tour planning; Business Brokering; Event development / management)

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

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Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

Creative license – Visual Difference

Media (Film; Festivals; Conferences; Film Clips; Event profiles; Sponsorship tools; Documentary development)

Music Services (Strategic Support; Publishing; Sync; Business Planning; Marketing Plans; Grant Development)

Consultancy (Licensing; Program Development; Program Management; Strategic Delivery; Workshop Development; In-bound tour planning; Business Brokering; Event development / management)

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

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Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

Creative license – Visual Difference

Morph TV

Media (Film; Festivals; Conferences; Film Clips; Event profiles; Sponsorship tools; Documentary development)

Music Services (Strategic Support; Publishing; Sync; Business Planning; Marketing Plans; Grant Development)

Consultancy (Licensing; Program Development; Program Management; Strategic Delivery; Workshop Development; In-bound tour planning; Business Brokering; Event development / management)

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At present, MORPH has two main divisions – Music Industry Consulting and Visual Imagery.

Creative License – Visual Difference

Our Services

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

At present, MORPH has two main divisions – Music Industry Consulting and Visual Imagery.

Creative License – Visual Difference

Our Services

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

At present, MORPH has two main divisions – Music Industry Consulting and Visual Imagery.

Creative License – Visual Difference

Our Services

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

At present, MORPH has two main divisions – Music Industry Consulting and Visual Imagery.

 

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

 

Stuart Watters

Director

stu@morphtv.com.au

+61 (4) 38 75 88 47

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

 

Stuart Watters
Director
stu@morphtv.com.au

+61 (4) 38 75 88 47

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Stuart Watters
Director
stu [at] morphtv.com.au
+61 (0) 438 758 847

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Stuart Watters
Director
stu [at] morphtv.com.au
+61 (0) 438 758 847

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Stuart Watters
Director
stu [at] morphtv.com.au
+61 (0) 438 758 847

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Stuart Watters
Director
stu [at] morphtv.com.au
+61 (0) 438 758 847

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

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AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

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AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

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AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

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AIR Awards

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

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Visual Difference

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Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

 

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself.

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

 

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself.

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

 

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself.

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself.

Expand the Experience of Your Audience

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Personal Documentary

Visual Difference

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph’s visual artists create lasting impressions – both on screen and in person

 

Morph’s panel of internationally experienced artisans have been hand selected for their unique style and client approach.  Morph creates cost effective project capture, visual showcases, and music videos. From concept creation through to brand regeneration -  Morph’s crisp visuals will refresh your audience.

 

Get a Morph Lens over your work and let the visual difference speak for itself.

 

 

Expan

 

For the music industry:

Festival showcases

Music videos

Artist biographies

 

For the community sector:

Cost effective project acquittal presentations

Indigenous cultural time pieces

Youth advocacy

 

Across the board:

Conference showcases

Interviews

Show reels 3-5 mins

Tender presentations

Lifestyle capture

Contact

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

 

Stuart Watters

Director

stu@morphtv.com.au

+61 (4) 38 75 88 47

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AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In Visual Difference on December 8th, 2010

AIR Awards

Held annually in Melbourne each year, this leading independent national music award has granted to artists such as John Butler, Gurrumul, Gotye, Blue King Brown, Hilltop Hoods. Past sponsors of the event have included Yagermeister, Channel V, Coopers, and Faster Louder. Such video content has been integral in securing future and ongoing sponsorship and documenting government investment. AIR awards are performance and peer assessed and they are the industry benchmark for independent artists to strive for.

Music Consulting

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph also offers discrete music consulting services.  Morph TV director Stuart Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse pool of experiences.  His experiences vary broadly from being the CEO of the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for 5 years.  In these roles, Stuart has developed a strong foundation in policy development, lobbying and evaluative processes.

Stuart also has many years of event management experience from small scale press conferences, music festivals, conferences and awards. Stuart was also the founder of BIG SOUND and the AIR Awards.

QSong 2009

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Q Music Songwriters Awards. Brisbane Australia.
Live at The Tivoli in The Valley.
Shot on the EX1.
Music by: Davey Spicer and the Creatures of Habit
myspace.com/daveyspicercreatures

QSong 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Q Music Songwriters Awards. Brisbane Australia.
Live at The Tivoli in The Valley.
Shot on the EX1.
Music by: Davey Spicer and the Creatures of Habit
myspace.com/daveyspicercreatures

Valley Fiesta 2009

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Valley Fiesta 2009

Whilst once responsible for booking and programming of the Valley Fiesta stages under the banner of Q Music, Morph more recently captured the vibrancy of the Valley Fiesta on video to further marketing of Brisbane’s inner city precincts.

Valley Fiesta 2009

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Valley Fiesta

Big Sound 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

BigSound is Q Music’s flagship conference held annually in Brisbane. The international conference plays host to a number of prominent Australian artists and industry representatives together with an impressive list of international guests. With ever growing sponsorship and event attendance this promo video captures the essence of BigSound.

Big Sound 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

BigSound is Q Music’s flagship conference held annually in Brisbane. The international conference plays host to a number of prominent Australian artists and industry representatives together with an impressive list of international guests. With ever growing sponsorship and event attendance this promo video captures the essence of BigSound.

Big Sound 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

BigSound is Q Music’s flagship conference held annually in Brisbane. The international conference plays host to a number of prominent Australian artists and industry representatives together with an impressive list of international guests. With ever growing sponsorship and event attendance this promo video captures the essence of BigSound.

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QSong 2009

Posted In Visual Difference on December 8th, 2010

Q Music Songwriters Awards. Brisbane Australia.
Live at The Tivoli in The Valley.
Shot on the EX1.
Music by: Davey Spicer and the Creatures of Habit
myspace.com/daveyspicercreatures

Music Consulting

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph also offers discrete music consulting services.  Morph TV director Stuart Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse pool of experiences.  His experiences vary broadly from being the CEO of the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for 5 years.  In these roles, Stuart has developed a strong foundation in policy development, lobbying and evaluative processes.

Stuart also has many years of event management experience from small scale press conferences, music festivals, conferences and awards. Stuart was also the founder of BIG SOUND and the AIR Awards.

Music Consulting

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph also offers discrete music consulting services.  Morph TV director Stuart Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse pool of experiences.  His experiences vary broadly from being the CEO of the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for 5 years.  In these roles, Stuart has developed a strong foundation in policy development, lobbying and evaluative processes.

Stuart also has many years of event management experience from small scale press conferences, music festivals, conferences and awards. Stuart was also the founder of BIG SOUND and the AIR Awards.

Music Consulting

Posted In miscellaneous on December 8th, 2010

Morph also offers discrete music consulting services.  Morph TV director Stuart Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse pool of experiences.  His experiences vary broadly from being the CEO of the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for 5 years.  In these roles, Stuart has developed a strong foundation in policy development, lobbying and evaluative processes.

Stuart also has many years of event management experience from small scale press conferences, music festivals, conferences and awards. Stuart was also the founder of BIG SOUND and the AIR Awards.

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Valley Fiesta 2009

Posted In Visual Difference on December 8th, 2010

Valley Fiesta – Whilst once responsible for booking and programming of the Valley Fiesta stages under the banner of Q Music, Morph more recently captured the vibrancy of the Valley Fiesta on video to further marketing of Brisbane’s inner city precincts.

Comments Off
- View This Video

Big Sound 2009

Posted In Visual Difference on December 8th, 2010

BigSound is Q Music’s flagship conference held annually in Brisbane. The international conference plays host to a number of prominent Australian artists and industry representatives together with an impressive list of international guests. With ever growing sponsorship and event attendance this promo video captures the essence of BigSound.

Music Consulting

Posted In Creative License on December 8th, 2010

Morph also offers discrete music consulting services.  Morph TV director Stuart Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse pool of experiences.  His experiences vary broadly from being the CEO of the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for 5 years.  In these roles, Stuart has developed a strong foundation in policy development, lobbying and evaluative processes.

Stuart also has many years of event management experience from small scale press conferences, music festivals, conferences and awards. Stuart was also the founder of BIG SOUND and the AIR Awards.

About Us

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Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

 

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

 

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

 

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

Morph TV

Posted In About Us on December 1st, 2010

Welcome. Morph is a specialist creative industries consulting and digital production company. We provide a broad range of services from international trade and licensing to visual solutions for artists, events, and organisations. Morph contributes to the development and visual positioning of both independent and commercial music clients for global markets.

Creative license – Visual Difference

Media (Film; Festivals; Conferences; Film Clips; Event profiles; Sponsorship tools; Documentary development)

Music Services (Strategic Support; Publishing; Sync; Business Planning; Marketing Plans; Grant Development)

Consultancy (Licensing; Program Development; Program Management; Strategic Delivery; Workshop Development; In-bound tour planning; Business Brokering; Event development / management)

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

MORPH │ TV │ PRODUCTIONS

 

Creative license – Visual Difference

Music Industry consulting and networking.  Imagery in motion.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd

A film production company

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

Valley Fiesta 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

Valley Fiesta

Client List

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

NightLife Music
Q Music
Big Sound Conference & Showcases
Q Song Awards
The Valley Fiesta
AIR (Australian Independent Record Labels Association)
Phil McKenna
Plus One Records

 

Client List

Posted In miscellaneous on December 1st, 2010

NightLife Music
Q Music
Big Sound Conference & Showcases
Q Song Awards
The Valley Fiesta
AIR (Australian Independent Record Labels Association)
Phil McKenna
Plus One Records

 

Client List

Posted In miscellaneous on November 30th, 2010

 

  • NightLife Music
  • Q Music
  • Big Sound Conference & Showcases
  • Q Song Awards
  • The Valley Fiesta
  • AIR (Australian Independent Record Labels Association)
  • Phil McKenna
  • Plus One Records

The Middle East – The Recordings of the Middle East (Independent)

Posted In miscellaneous on April 30th, 2010

While we’re discovering the vibe of regional Australia, this 6 piece from Townsville have stumbled upon a great sound and clever instrumentation and song writing that could be considered akin to the Arcade Fire mixed with Fleet Foxes.

Their track “Blood” and the reported live performances has created somewhat of stir among labels and publishers with a number circling the band for the right to work with them.  I believe they’ve signed at least the EP to Spunk and a major indie publisher is a strong contender for the publishing rights

It’s heart achingly beautiful.

http://www.myspace.com/visitthemiddleeast

Valley Fiesta 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Valley Fiesta

Valley Fiesta 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Valley Fiesta

Valley Fiesta 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Valley Fiesta

Big Sound 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Big Sound 2009

Big Sound 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Big Sound 2009

Big Sound 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Big Sound 2009

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

AIR Awards

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

AIR Awards

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

AIR Awards

AIR | Australian Independant Record Labels Association

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

AIR Awards

Q Song

Posted In miscellaneous on December 14th, 2009

Q Song

ralph tuijn

Posted In miscellaneous on December 13th, 2009

ralph tuijn

Shooting the Ralph Tuijn documentary

Posted In miscellaneous on December 13th, 2009

Shooting the Ralph Tuijn documentary

Shooting the Ralph Tuijn documentary

Posted In miscellaneous on December 13th, 2009

Shooting the Ralph Tuijn documentary

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 13th, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd

A film production company

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 13th, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd

A film production company

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on December 13th, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd

A film production company

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

Music Consulting

Posted In miscellaneous on November 25th, 2009

Morph also offers discrete music consulting services.  Morph TV director Stuart Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse pool of experiences.  His experiences vary broadly from being the CEO of the Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for 5 years.  In these roles, Stuart has developed a strong foundation in policy development, lobbying and evaluative processes.

Stuart also has many years of event management experience from small scale press conferences, music festivals, conferences and awards. Stuart was also the founder of BIG SOUND and the AIR Awards.

Music Consulting

Posted In miscellaneous on November 25th, 2009

Ralph Tuijn with Dinner

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Ralph Tuijn with Dinner

ralph1

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

ralph1

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd is a film production company.

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd is a film production company.

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd is a film production company.

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Morph TV Productions Pty Ltd is a film production company.

We offer our clients quality visual product for their business needs and objectives.

TV is “morphing” away from the living room and as a result our clients have more options for reaching an audience. Morph TV offers promotional, viral and documentation video opportunities.

We shoot on High Definition Cinema Quality Digital Film therefore allowing client’s products to be used on any marketing platform from cinema advertising to television commercials, to internet streaming.

We offer music clearance services. At Morph we have a strong belief in the relationship between audio and visual product and as such, we offer complete music clearance facilities for clients or can create specific music product to fit the brief. We have 15 years experience in the music licensing and clearance industry. And rocked it out for years live on stage.

About Us

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Client List

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

 

  • Q Music
  • BigSound
  • Q Song
  • The Valley Fiesta
  • Australian Independent Record Labels Association
  • Sea World Whale Watch
  • Phil McKenna
  • Giants of Science (Plus One Records)
  • Rush Surf Stores
  • Tribal Dance Australia
  • Sanctuary 28 Projects QLD
  • Lime Pictures
  • Highlight Films
  • Lightbox Films
  • Love Mafia Productions
  • Animal Welfare League of Queensland
  • National Desexing Network
  • Wooden Surf Boards Qld
  • Ralph Tuijn – Rowing Solo Across the Pacific Documentary
  • Surf Life Saving
  • Colliers International
  • Ray White Corporate
  • Cancer Documentary
  • Youvu

QSong 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Q Music Songwriters Awards. Brisbane Australia.
Live at The Tivoli in The Valley.
Shot on the EX1.
Music by: Davey Spicer and the Creatures of Habit
myspace.com/daveyspicercreatures

Q Song

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Q Song

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Q Song

Posted In Clients on October 23rd, 2009

Q Song

Q Song

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

QSong 2009

Posted In miscellaneous on October 23rd, 2009

Q Music Songwriters Awards. Brisbane Australia.
Live at The Tivoli in The Valley.
Shot on the EX1.
Music by: Davey Spicer and the Creatures of Habit
myspace.com/daveyspicercreatures

Leader Cheetah – The Sunspot Letters (Spunk / EMI)

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

This album is genius – it’s lush and beautiful and full of great textural aural landscapes. I also can’t help but hear an early Australian 80s rock sound from time to time. I think the Neil Young / Crazy Horse comparisons are pretty shallow because as this album gets under your skin, it becomes very clear that this is a band who is carving out something that is their own – despite the influences.

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Leader Cheetah – The Sunspot Letters (Spunk / EMI)

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

This album is genius – it’s lush and beautiful and full of great textural aural landscapes. I also can’t help but hear an early Australian 80s rock sound from time to time. I think the Neil Young / Crazy Horse comparisons are pretty shallow because as this album gets under your skin, it becomes very clear that this is a band who is carving out something that is their own – despite the influences. I saw these guys perform in Adelaide at the FUSE Festival a couple of years ago now and they were good enough then that they had publishers and A&R sniffing around them. This album shows that they have progressed with a musical maturity that I’m a little surprised by but maybe working with producer Kramer (of Butthole Surfers fame and producer of Allen Ginsberg; Urge Overkill and …White Zombie to name but a few). I knew they were good then, but now I think they’re one of our great new talents that could slide up nicely with the aforementioned Neil on any tour bill.

www.myspace.com/leadercheetah

Leader Cheetah – The Sunspot Letters (Spunk / EMI)

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

Leader Cheetah – The Sunspot Letters (Spunk / EMI)

This album is genius – it’s lush and beautiful and full of great textural aural landscapes. I also can’t help but hear an early Australian 80s rock sound from time to time. I think the Neil Young / Crazy Horse comparisons are pretty shallow because as this album gets under your skin, it becomes very clear that this is a band who is carving out something that is their own – despite the influences.

Read More

Leader Cheetah – The Sunspot Letters (Spunk / EMI)

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

This album is genius – it’s lush and beautiful and full of great textural aural landscapes. I also can’t help but hear an early Australian 80s rock sound from time to time. I think the Neil Young / Crazy Horse comparisons are pretty shallow because as this album gets under your skin, it becomes very clear that this is a band who is carving out something that is their own – despite the influences. I saw these guys perform in Adelaide at the FUSE Festival a couple of years ago now and they were good enough then that they had publishers and A&R sniffing around them. This album shows that they have progressed with a musical maturity that I’m a little surprised by but maybe working with producer Kramer (of Butthole Surfers fame and producer of Allen Ginsberg; Urge Overkill and …White Zombie to name but a few). I knew they were good then, but now I think they’re one of our great new talents that could slide up nicely with the aforementioned Neil on any tour bill.

www.myspace.com/leadercheetah

Leader Cheetah – The Sunspot Letters (Spunk / EMI)

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

This album is genius – it’s lush and beautiful and full of great textural aural landscapes. I also can’t help but hear an early Australian 80s rock sound from time to time. I think the Neil Young / Crazy Horse comparisons are pretty shallow because as this album gets under your skin, it becomes very clear that this is a band who is carving out something that is their own – despite the influences. I saw these guys perform in Adelaide at the FUSE Festival a couple of years ago now and they were good enough then that they had publishers and A&R sniffing around them. This album shows that they have progressed with a musical maturity that I’m a little surprised by but maybe working with producer Kramer (of Butthole Surfers fame and producer of Allen Ginsberg; Urge Overkill and …White Zombie to name but a few). I knew they were good then, but now I think they’re one of our great new talents that could slide up nicely with the aforementioned Neil on any tour bill.

www.myspace.com/leadercheetah

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The Middle East – The Recordings of the Middle East (Independent)

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

While we’re discovering the vibe of regional Australia, this 6 piece from Townsville have stumbled upon a great sound and clever instrumentation and song writing that could be considered akin to the Arcade Fire mixed with Fleet Foxes.

Their track “Blood” and the reported live performances has created somewhat of stir among labels and publishers with a number circling the band for the right to work with them.  I believe they’ve signed at least the EP to Spunk and a major indie publisher is a strong contender for the publishing rights

It’s heart achingly beautiful.

http://www.myspace.com/visitthemiddleeast

The Middle East – The Recordings of the Middle East (Independent)

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

While we’re discovering the vibe of regional Australia, this 6 piece from Townsville have stumbled upon a great sound and clever instrumentation and song writing that could be considered akin to the Arcade Fire mixed with Fleet Foxes.

Their track “Blood” and the reported live performances has created somewhat of stir among labels and publishers with a number circling the band for the right to work with them.  I believe they’ve signed at least the EP to Spunk and a major indie publisher is a strong contender for the publishing rights

It’s heart achingly beautiful.

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WAGONS – GOODTOWN

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

Well I’m on this band wagon for sure.  Picked up by Melbourne’s Triple R as album of the week last week, Wagons “The Rise and Fall of Goodtown” is a corker.  I have to thank my mate Ben for the hat tip.  I checked it out nline, popped in to my local JB Hi-Fi, laid out my $20 little Aussie battlers and let it lead me all the way into the weekend last Friday.  On this clip below, Wagons has also used one of my favourite music clip directors Lucy Dyson (see more of her work here) particularly the Gotye, the Drones and All India Radio clips.

WAGONS – GOODTOWN

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Well I’m on this band wagon for sure.  Picked up by Melbourne’s Triple R as album of the week last week, Wagons “The Rise and Fall of Goodtown” is a corker.  I have to thank my mate Ben for the hat tip.  I checked it out nline, popped in to my local JB Hi-Fi, laid out my $20 little Aussie battlers and let it lead me all the way into the weekend last Friday.  On this clip below, Wagons has also used one of my favourite music clip directors Lucy Dyson (see more of her work here) particularly the Gotye, the Drones and All India Radio clips.

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We All Want To – “Back to the Car”

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

I can’t even begin to imagine how many songs Tim Steward has written.  If he’s as fastidious and organized as he appears then I’d say he’s probably
got them catalogued somewhere in some kind of order.

This is the latest project one does in addition to a solo project and doing a 13 year anniversary of the Kitten Licks album tour.  Genius.  All out through Low Transit Industries.  Get amongst it.  Love the clip for this song – how bloody effective is simple?  Bloody Genius.

Check them out on myspace here:

http://www.myspace.com/weallwantto

We All Want To – “Back to the Car”

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

I can’t even begin to imagine how many songs Tim Steward has written.  If he’s as fastidious and organized as he appears then I’d say he’s probably
got them catalogued somewhere in some kind of order.

This is the latest project one does in addition to a solo project and doing a 13 year anniversary of the Kitten Licks album tour.  Genius.  All out through Low Transit Industries.  Get amongst it.  Love the clip for this song – how bloody effective is simple?  Bloody Genius.

Check them out on myspace here:

http://www.myspace.com/weallwantto

Timothy Carroll – For Bread and Circuses

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

One of the benefits of working for an organisation such as AIR is that I get invited to sit on a number of competitions and awards programs.  As such I had the opportunity to take part in the Q Song Awards judging this year which in my experience has uncovered some huge depth of talent from this state in much the same way the WAM Song Contest does and the APRAs.  It is true that there is a lot of music out there and sometimes you need to sift through the muck to find the gold. Well, I think it is safe to say that in Timothy Hutton’s first full length offering, “For Bread and Circuses”  is gold. Read More

Timothy Carroll – For Bread and Circuses

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

One of the benefits of working for an organisation such as AIR is that I get invited to sit on a number of competitions and awards programs.  As such I had the opportunity to take part in the Q Song Awards judging this year which in my experience has uncovered some huge depth of talent from this state in much the same way the WAM Song Contest does and the APRAs.  It is true that there is a lot of music out there and sometimes you need to sift through the muck to find the gold. Well, I think it is safe to say that in Timothy Hutton’s first full length offering, “For Bread and Circuses”  is gold. Read More

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Decoder Ring – “They Blind the Stars, and the Wild Team”

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

This is Decoder Ring’s fifth offering and first since the beautiful “Fractions” released in 2005.   It’s been a four year wait and they have delivered a rich, beautiful body of work here that is neatly packaged as a double album.  It’s probably less brutal in places than previous work – dare I say it, perhaps its matured.  Then again, I’d like to think I have as well!!  The album was produced by Scott Colbourn who has done everything from Mudhoney and Captain Beefheart to Animal Collective and Arcade Fire’s Neon Bible.  Great company for Decoder Ring to find some additional space in their hugely anthemic music. While Decoder Ring have been heaped with critical praise and recognition both here and overseas, I can help but feel that this album is deserving of the same if not higher level of attention. Read More

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

This is Decoder Ring’s fifth offering and first since the beautiful “Fractions” released in 2005.   It’s been a four year wait and they have delivered a rich, beautiful body of work here that is neatly packaged as a double album.  It’s probably less brutal in places than previous work – dare I say it, perhaps its matured.  Then again, I’d like to think I have as well!!  The album was produced by Scott Colbourn who has done everything from Mudhoney and Captain Beefheart to Animal Collective and Arcade Fire’s Neon Bible.  Great company for Decoder Ring to find some additional space in their hugely anthemic music. While Decoder Ring have been heaped with critical praise and recognition both here and overseas, I can help but feel that this album is deserving of the same if not higher level of attention. Read More

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Blood

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

Yeah yeah I know – we’ve done this band before but there is more noise out there surrounding The Middle East than we’ve seen from an Australian band in a while. Also, I’ve just been to BIG SOUND in Brisbane where it was a pleasure to see a room full of people watching their magic, particularly the internationals who had heard but not seen them,  it was awesome to see them pick their jaws up, roll their tongues back into place.

Well, Now they have a video clip.  And it’s completely fitting with the whole vibe of the music.  So while I might been a little ahead of the curve on this band a few months back I unfortunately missed the talents of this little production/animation/design house called Greedy Hen – the brainchild of Katherine Brickman and Kate Mitchell.  In the short time since I’ve seen this clip, I’ve had about half a dozen examples of their work land in my hands and then its just been basic self discovery since then.  Artists such as Jen Cloher, Washington, The Panics, Josh Pyke, Leroy Lee (stay tuned for him!!), King Curly and so on and so on.  They have quite the following so it seems.  And understandably. Read More

Blood

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Yeah yeah I know – we’ve done this band before but there is more noise out there surrounding The Middle East than we’ve seen from an Australian band in a while. Also, I’ve just been to BIG SOUND in Brisbane where it was a pleasure to see a room full of people watching their magic, particularly the internationals who had heard but not seen them,  it was awesome to see them pick their jaws up, roll their tongues back into place.

Well, Now they have a video clip.  And it’s completely fitting with the whole vibe of the music.  So while I might been a little ahead of the curve on this band a few months back I unfortunately missed the talents of this little production/animation/design house called Greedy Hen – the brainchild of Katherine Brickman and Kate Mitchell.  In the short time since I’ve seen this clip, I’ve had about half a dozen examples of their work land in my hands and then its just been basic self discovery since then.  Artists such as Jen Cloher, Washington, The Panics, Josh Pyke, Leroy Lee (stay tuned for him!!), King Curly and so on and so on.  They have quite the following so it seems.  And understandably.

This clip was made with water colour collaged pictures with everything being hand cut with scissors and using glue sticks and paint brushes. Right down to the infinite detail of bird beaks and tire spokes EVERYTHING WAS DRAWN AND HAND CUT!!! Think about it…

Good…

Now you’ve thought about that, consider this: each frame of the 850 frames was then scanned, photo shopped and then strung together using Final Cut Pro.  All up it took them a few weeks to do the writing process and then a few more weeks making all of the backgrounds and hand drawing all of the multitude of trees, yet another week making all of the extra little bits like animals, people, boats buildings ….bleeding hearts and then a further week and a half of sleepless days and nights making it actually move and finalised.

So the next time you watch a clip on your computer, your phone, god damn even your television – spare a thought for the Blood that went it to it.

But don’t forget that what really appeals to me about this clip is the song – it is such a sad and lonely story and this clip captures that gritty sadness and somehow makes it beautiful.
‘Blood’ The Middle East

the middle east | MySpace Music Videos

Blood

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Yeah yeah I know – we’ve done this band before but there is more noise out there surrounding The Middle East than we’ve seen from an Australian band in a while. Also, I’ve just been to BIG SOUND in Brisbane where it was a pleasure to see a room full of people watching their magic, particularly the internationals who had heard but not seen them,  it was awesome to see them pick their jaws up, roll their tongues back into place.

Well, Now they have a video clip.  And it’s completely fitting with the whole vibe of the music.  So while I might been a little ahead of the curve on this band a few months back I unfortunately missed the talents of this little production/animation/design house called Greedy Hen – the brainchild of Katherine Brickman and Kate Mitchell.  In the short time since I’ve seen this clip, I’ve had about half a dozen examples of their work land in my hands and then its just been basic self discovery since then.  Artists such as Jen Cloher, Washington, The Panics, Josh Pyke, Leroy Lee (stay tuned for him!!), King Curly and so on and so on.  They have quite the following so it seems.  And understandably.

This clip was made with water colour collaged pictures with everything being hand cut with scissors and using glue sticks and paint brushes. Right down to the infinite detail of bird beaks and tire spokes EVERYTHING WAS DRAWN AND HAND CUT!!! Think about it…

Good…

Now you’ve thought about that, consider this: each frame of the 850 frames was then scanned, photo shopped and then strung together using Final Cut Pro.  All up it took them a few weeks to do the writing process and then a few more weeks making all of the backgrounds and hand drawing all of the multitude of trees, yet another week making all of the extra little bits like animals, people, boats buildings ….bleeding hearts and then a further week and a half of sleepless days and nights making it actually move and finalised.

So the next time you watch a clip on your computer, your phone, god damn even your television – spare a thought for the Blood that went it to it.

But don’t forget that what really appeals to me about this clip is the song – it is such a sad and lonely story and this clip captures that gritty sadness and somehow makes it beautiful.
‘Blood’ The Middle East

the middle east | MySpace Music Videos

The Dead Sea

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Yet another discovery from Big Sound was Sydney based trio The Dead Sea. 

In 2008 the band was great but seeing them this year confirmed a great band was getting even better. To their credit the band says this was most likely the result of having spent a good few months touring in Europe – that kind of workload will get even the sloppiest band match fit!

The band collectively plays in a fair share of other bands (Todd Sparrow, Big Heavy Stuff, Knievel and Decoder Ring to name a few). It’s Decider Ring that draws the most obvious comparisons given the non vocal, compositional nature of the music and a live show littered with a visual images backdrop that creates a great ambience and texture to the music.  I think this really highlights a coming of age and maturity of Australian music that demonstrates an un-restrained approach to creating music that isn’t confined to making hit music.  Very nice.

 

So on to this clip – it is a piece of work.  Very simple archival footage that came from an Internet archive of public domain footage which has thousands of hours of copyright-free film. Everything from an uploaded film of a sunset last week to vintage ephemeral films from the 50's. Creator Tim Bruniges admits to spending many days cruising the hours and hours of footage until landing this one. I asked him a few questions below:


Stu: It takes a while to work out what is going on and when you do finally realise that the cute happy little girl is getting knives thrown at her head, it creates a sense of uncomfortable anticipation (well for me anyway) of whether we will see something disturbing.  Was that the intention?
 
Tim: Well I guess there was no particular intention other than I was completely absorbed by this particular film the first time I saw it and more specifically the girl's overwhelming sense of serenity in what you would hope anyone would conservatively label a potentially devastating situation! Maybe it gets lost a bit in the drama, but if you pay attention towards the end, I've attempted to reverse the situation by summoning the girl's psychedelic powers which ultimately leads the woman to retract her knives…    

Stu: How do you decide what images to match to your music? The story for the songs is implicit given the vocal free nature of the music...

Tim: That's a hard one to intellectualise, because really the process just comes down to texture and tempo, both visually and sonically, and it's hard to generalise beyond that it's just an instinctive process of trial and error. I enter working with film from a very naive place; I have neither any theoretical or technical knowledge of film making and it's always quite a respite from making music where I generally feel like I should know what I'm doing!
 
I would still say however, that despite the films' abstract nature, I do think of them as containing narrative in a sense; the intention being that at the end of any one piece the viewer can form their own resolution (or not) informed as much by their own memory as anything implied by me.
 
I'm continually amazed at how often sound and image seem to synchronise in the most unexpected yet serendipitous ways, so I'd be lying if I said that I entered into any of these creations with a pre-determined image of every frame mapped out from the start… I guess that's where the pleasure of the process lies for me; the music always comes first and is generally laboured over as opposed to the images, which as a general rule, once generated, just seem to work (to me at least) without too much intervention.

 
http://www.myspace.com/thedeadseamusic

The Dead Sea

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Yet another discovery from Big Sound was Sydney based trio The Dead Sea. 

In 2008 the band was great but seeing them this year confirmed a great band was getting even better. To their credit the band says this was most likely the result of having spent a good few months touring in Europe – that kind of workload will get even the sloppiest band match fit!

The band collectively plays in a fair share of other bands (Todd Sparrow, Big Heavy Stuff, Knievel and Decoder Ring to name a few). It’s Decider Ring that draws the most obvious comparisons given the non vocal, compositional nature of the music and a live show littered with a visual images backdrop that creates a great ambience and texture to the music.  I think this really highlights a coming of age and maturity of Australian music that demonstrates an un-restrained approach to creating music that isn’t confined to making hit music.  Very nice.

So on to this clip – it is a piece of work.  Very simple archival footage that came from an Internet archive of public domain footage which has thousands of hours of copyright-free film. Everything from an uploaded film of a sunset last week to vintage ephemeral films from the 50's. Creator Tim Bruniges admits to spending many days cruising the hours and hours of footage until landing this one. I asked him a few questions below:


Stu: It takes a while to work out what is going on and when you do finally realise that the cute happy little girl is getting knives thrown at her head, it creates a sense of uncomfortable anticipation (well for me anyway) of whether we will see something disturbing.  Was that the intention?
 
Tim: Well I guess there was no particular intention other than I was completely absorbed by this particular film the first time I saw it and more specifically the girl's overwhelming sense of serenity in what you would hope anyone would conservatively label a potentially devastating situation! Maybe it gets lost a bit in the drama, but if you pay attention towards the end, I've attempted to reverse the situation by summoning the girl's psychedelic powers which ultimately leads the woman to retract her knives…    

Stu: How do you decide what images to match to your music? The story for the songs is implicit given the vocal free nature of the music...

Tim: That's a hard one to intellectualise, because really the process just comes down to texture and tempo, both visually and sonically, and it's hard to generalise beyond that it's just an instinctive process of trial and error. I enter working with film from a very naive place; I have neither any theoretical or technical knowledge of film making and it's always quite a respite from making music where I generally feel like I should know what I'm doing!
 
I would still say however, that despite the films' abstract nature, I do think of them as containing narrative in a sense; the intention being that at the end of any one piece the viewer can form their own resolution (or not) informed as much by their own memory as anything implied by me.
 
I'm continually amazed at how often sound and image seem to synchronise in the most unexpected yet serendipitous ways, so I'd be lying if I said that I entered into any of these creations with a pre-determined image of every frame mapped out from the start… I guess that's where the pleasure of the process lies for me; the music always comes first and is generally laboured over as opposed to the images, which as a general rule, once generated, just seem to work (to me at least) without too much intervention.

 
http://www.myspace.com/thedeadseamusic

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The Dead Sea

Posted In Directors Blog on October 20th, 2009

Yet another discovery from Big Sound was Sydney based trio The Dead Sea.

In 2008 the band was great but seeing them this year confirmed a great band was getting even better. To their credit the band says this was most likely the result of having spent a good few months touring in Europe – that kind of workload will get even the sloppiest band match fit!

The band collectively plays in a fair share of other bands (Todd Sparrow, Big Heavy Stuff, Knievel and Decoder Ring to name a few). It’s Decider Ring that draws the most obvious comparisons given the non vocal, compositional nature of the music and a live show littered with a visual images backdrop that creates a great ambience and texture to the music.  I think this really highlights a coming of age and maturity of Australian music that demonstrates an un-restrained approach to creating music that isn’t confined to making hit music.  Very nice. Read More

The Dead Sea

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Yet another discovery from Big Sound was Sydney based trio The Dead Sea. 

In 2008 the band was great but seeing them this year confirmed a great band was getting even better. To their credit the band says this was most likely the result of having spent a good few months touring in Europe – that kind of workload will get even the sloppiest band match fit!

The band collectively plays in a fair share of other bands (Todd Sparrow, Big Heavy Stuff, Knievel and Decoder Ring to name a few). It’s Decider Ring that draws the most obvious comparisons given the non vocal, compositional nature of the music and a live show littered with a visual images backdrop that creates a great ambience and texture to the music.  I think this really highlights a coming of age and maturity of Australian music that demonstrates an un-restrained approach to creating music that isn’t confined to making hit music.  Very nice.

So on to this clip – it is a piece of work.  Very simple archival footage that came from an Internet archive of public domain footage which has thousands of hours of copyright-free film. Everything from an uploaded film of a sunset last week to vintage ephemeral films from the 50's. Creator Tim Bruniges admits to spending many days cruising the hours and hours of footage until landing this one. I asked him a few questions below:


Stu: It takes a while to work out what is going on and when you do finally realise that the cute happy little girl is getting knives thrown at her head, it creates a sense of uncomfortable anticipation (well for me anyway) of whether we will see something disturbing.  Was that the intention?
 
Tim: Well I guess there was no particular intention other than I was completely absorbed by this particular film the first time I saw it and more specifically the girl's overwhelming sense of serenity in what you would hope anyone would conservatively label a potentially devastating situation! Maybe it gets lost a bit in the drama, but if you pay attention towards the end, I've attempted to reverse the situation by summoning the girl's psychedelic powers which ultimately leads the woman to retract her knives…    

Stu: How do you decide what images to match to your music? The story for the songs is implicit given the vocal free nature of the music...

Tim: That's a hard one to intellectualise, because really the process just comes down to texture and tempo, both visually and sonically, and it's hard to generalise beyond that it's just an instinctive process of trial and error. I enter working with film from a very naive place; I have neither any theoretical or technical knowledge of film making and it's always quite a respite from making music where I generally feel like I should know what I'm doing!
 
I would still say however, that despite the films' abstract nature, I do think of them as containing narrative in a sense; the intention being that at the end of any one piece the viewer can form their own resolution (or not) informed as much by their own memory as anything implied by me.
 
I'm continually amazed at how often sound and image seem to synchronise in the most unexpected yet serendipitous ways, so I'd be lying if I said that I entered into any of these creations with a pre-determined image of every frame mapped out from the start… I guess that's where the pleasure of the process lies for me; the music always comes first and is generally laboured over as opposed to the images, which as a general rule, once generated, just seem to work (to me at least) without too much intervention.

 
http://www.myspace.com/thedeadseamusic

The Dead Sea

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Yet another discovery from Big Sound was Sydney based trio The Dead Sea. 

In 2008 the band was great but seeing them this year confirmed a great band was getting even better. To their credit the band says this was most likely the result of having spent a good few months touring in Europe – that kind of workload will get even the sloppiest band match fit!

The band collectively plays in a fair share of other bands (Todd Sparrow, Big Heavy Stuff, Knievel and Decoder Ring to name a few). It’s Decider Ring that draws the most obvious comparisons given the non vocal, compositional nature of the music and a live show littered with a visual images backdrop that creates a great ambience and texture to the music.  I think this really highlights a coming of age and maturity of Australian music that demonstrates an un-restrained approach to creating music that isn’t confined to making hit music.  Very nice.

So on to this clip – it is a piece of work.  Very simple archival footage that came from an Internet archive of public domain footage which has thousands of hours of copyright-free film. Everything from an uploaded film of a sunset last week to vintage ephemeral films from the 50's. Creator Tim Bruniges admits to spending many days cruising the hours and hours of footage until landing this one. I asked him a few questions below:


Stu: It takes a while to work out what is going on and when you do finally realise that the cute happy little girl is getting knives thrown at her head, it creates a sense of uncomfortable anticipation (well for me anyway) of whether we will see something disturbing.  Was that the intention?
 
Tim: Well I guess there was no particular intention other than I was completely absorbed by this particular film the first time I saw it and more specifically the girl's overwhelming sense of serenity in what you would hope anyone would conservatively label a potentially devastating situation! Maybe it gets lost a bit in the drama, but if you pay attention towards the end, I've attempted to reverse the situation by summoning the girl's psychedelic powers which ultimately leads the woman to retract her knives…    

Stu: How do you decide what images to match to your music? The story for the songs is implicit given the vocal free nature of the music...

Tim: That's a hard one to intellectualise, because really the process just comes down to texture and tempo, both visually and sonically, and it's hard to generalise beyond that it's just an instinctive process of trial and error. I enter working with film from a very naive place; I have neither any theoretical or technical knowledge of film making and it's always quite a respite from making music where I generally feel like I should know what I'm doing!
 
I would still say however, that despite the films' abstract nature, I do think of them as containing narrative in a sense; the intention being that at the end of any one piece the viewer can form their own resolution (or not) informed as much by their own memory as anything implied by me.
 
I'm continually amazed at how often sound and image seem to synchronise in the most unexpected yet serendipitous ways, so I'd be lying if I said that I entered into any of these creations with a pre-determined image of every frame mapped out from the start… I guess that's where the pleasure of the process lies for me; the music always comes first and is generally laboured over as opposed to the images, which as a general rule, once generated, just seem to work (to me at least) without too much intervention.

 
http://www.myspace.com/thedeadseamusic

The Dead Sea

Posted In miscellaneous on October 20th, 2009

Client List

Posted In miscellaneous on September 28th, 2009

 

    NightLife Music
    Q Music
    Big Sound Conference & Showcases
    Q Song Awards
    The Valley Fiesta
    AIR (Australian Independent Record Labels Association)
    Phil McKenna
    Plus One Records

     

    Client List

    Posted In miscellaneous on September 28th, 2009

     

    • Q Music
    • BigSound
    • Q Song
    • Sea World Whale Watch
    • Phil McKenna
    • Giants of Science
    • AIR
    • Rush Surf Stores
    • Tribal Dance Australia
    • Sanctuary 28 Projects QLD
    • LIME PICTURES
    • Animal Welfare League of Queensland
    • National Desexing Network
    • Wooden Surf Boards Qld
    • Surf Life Saving Qld. (SLSQ)
    • Colliers International
    • ff

    QSong 2009

    Posted In miscellaneous on September 20th, 2009

    Q Music Songwriters Awards. Brisbane Australia.
    Live at The Tivoli in The Valley.
    Shot on the EX1.
    Music by: Davey Spicer and the Creatures of Habit
    myspace.com/daveyspicercreatures

    Contact

    Posted In miscellaneous on July 7th, 2009


    Geoff Charters

    Director of Photography
    geoff [at] morphtv.com.au
    +61 (0) 400 863 398

     

    Stuart Watters
    Business Development Manager
    stu [at] morphtv.com.au
    +61 (0) 438 758 847

    CONTACT US

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