Verto approached Brijid Media Agency to create a short video series to capture the importance of NAIDOC Week and highlight Verto’s involvement within the community.
Laying out the scenes, sourcing the actors and scouting the locations can only be done when the video has been properly storyboarded. Brijid builds stories. So it's easy.
Heading out into the field to execute a video shoot is one of the more fun parts of the job, but also one of the more skilled. Brijid Media Agencies team, equipment and expertise ensure it is done right.
Getting into the studio, editing and piecing the footage together, colour grading and cutting the magic is a talent that can't be taught. Fortunately we have the best team to do it.
NAIDOC Week is an important time to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, and is a fantastic opportunity to recognise the contribution that Indigenous Australians make to our local communities and our society as a whole. The video series aims to capture the feel of the local events in Orange and outline Vertos involvement in the community.
Verto help achieved this through the New Careers for Aboriginal People program which is funded through the New South Wales Department of Education and Communities. The program assists Aboriginal people in the Central West to find employment, plan their career goals, and access education and training.