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- Take Off To Pattaya
Its Lonely Planet meets Sex and the City!
- TUV SUD - PSB
TUV SUD Group is a leading technical service company active in the strategic business segments INDUSTRY, MOBILITY and PEOPLE. Its range of services embraces consultancy, inspections, tests and expert opinions as well as certification and training.
Established in Germany more than 140 years ago, the company now provides its clients with global consultancy services and is now rapidly expanding into the greater Asia Pacific Region.
|Location||India, China, Korea, Japan, HK, Taiwan|
- Les Voiles De San Tropez
Les Voiles De San Tropez is one of the world’s most spectactular marine events because it showcases the world’s classic sailing yachts against the sunset vista of the French Riviera town of San Tropez.
Yachtsmen and women travel thousands of miles for the privilege of crewing the oldest and the most beautiful and also the most modern sailboats in the world.
This project is the final of four personal films commissioned by Roy E. Disney as a special project to document the racing success of his sailing yacht Pyewacket, a highly successful, maxi-yacht with a revolutionary canting keel which makes it currently one of the fastest monohulls in the world.
|Client||Roy E Disney|
|Location||San Tropez, France|
- Pyewacket - Maxi Beater
Roy E Disney, of Disney Corp, owns and operates Pyewacket, one of the most successful and revolutionary, maxi sailboats currently racing anywhere in the world. The boat is an 86' Reichel-Pugh designed Maxi Z86 "sled" which was built in New Zealand by Cooksons and it features a hydraulic canting keel which has the ability to tilt the yacht 25* in either direction even before it leaves the dock! The effect of the canting keel is to give Pyewacket race-winning boat speed when she is sailing upwind.
The Pyewacket sailing team competes globally for a wide range of prestigious sailing awards and as part of that commitment,Roy E Disney commissioned a series of four, personal documentaries on the challenges and successes of the 2004 sailing season in Antigua, Cork, Sardinia and San Tropez.
|Client||Roy E Disney|
- The Year Without A Summer - Tambora
In 1815, Mt Tambora erupted on the Indonesian island of Sumbawa Besar and the largest eruption in recorded history blew between 37 to 100 cubic miles of dust, ashes, and cinders into the atmosphere, generating a veil of volcanic dust that enveloped the globe. The dust cloud was so intense, parts of the Indonesian archipelago experienced total darkeness for three days.
- MSC - We Cover The World
A video presentation documenting the global operation of MSC - Mediterranean Shipping Company, a privately owned container shipping line which is now the second largest shipping company in the world.
|Client||MSC Mediterranean Shipping Company|
|Location||Holland, Belguim, S.Africa, Australia, HK, Korea|
- The Amazing Race #3 - Vietnam
Working as part of an international camera team for Crea TV, Laurie K. Gilbert shot cultural material and contestant arrival coverage in Vietnam for the third series of the American reality television programme, The Amazing Race.
|Client||Great Race Productions/Jerry Brukenheimer|
- BP - Nam Con Son Onshore Vietnam
The Nam Con Son basin is the largest offshore gas field in Vietnam and it is currently being exploited by BP Exploration Vietnam.
|Client||BP Exploration Vietnam|
|Location||Mekong Delta, Vietnam|
- Turkish Stars - A Star Is Born
A unique, multi-award winning film that captures all the in-cockpit drama and excitement of the Turkish Air Force supersonic aerobatic team, the Turk Yildizlari or Turkish Stars. The film was made to celebrate to 90th anniversary of the Turkish Air Force, the second oldest air force in the world.
|Client||Turkish Air Force|
|Location||Istanbul, Ismir, Antolya, Konya|
- Media Works News Branding
A montage of Singapore cultural images shot as the foundation of the dynamic news branding presentation for the launch of a new national television network.
|Client||Media Works Television Network|