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Biggsie’s Mid-Air Emergency

May 6, 2021
Above: Skyvan pilot Andrew Biggs. We were almost half way to our exit altitude of 14,000 feet when pilot Andrew Biggs made the urgent decision to land. But first he had to give the 17 skydivers on board a chance to make their exit. I had my headphones on and completely missed the call about...
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New Film: My Octopus Teacher – Trick or Treat?

October 24, 2020
Marine life has fascinated has me since I was a kid. Nowadays I spend a lot of time scuba-diving with my soul-mate Janey. We have shared many mesmerising adventures under the waves, sometimes in challenging conditions and other times in more of a hypnotic, meditative state. The depths of winter provide some of the clearest...
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Shooting the ABC News

February 18, 2020
In February 2020 the beach at Narrabeen-Collaroy came under threat from Cyclone Uesi. A powerful North-East swell threatened a repeat of the 2016 storms, where property owners sustained severe erosion and property damage (remember the entire swimming pool falling down the scarp in one piece?). The question was whether the three key forces would again...
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Memory & Imagination in B2B video marketing (5 min read/ 12 min video)

March 12, 2019
In their new book about the science and secrets of memory, Diving for Seahorses, Norwegian sisters Ostby & Ostby claim that the mechanism fuelling our imaginations is identical with that used for reconstructing memories. “…as far as our brains are concerned, the past and future are almost the same”. I’ve often thought my memory was...
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Substance over form

October 30, 2018
In today’s fragmented world of marketing, media and communication, amid the advertising noise and the overload, there are truly inspirational stories-with the power to motivate people to action and to transform lives, cities and nations.  But how do you find them and bring them to life in a way that captures attention? Storytelling is a...
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