it’s not complicated…
WE MAKE GREAT CONTENT
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W E M A K E G R E A T C O N T E N T
CONTENT AGENCY SYDNEY
CONTENT AGENCY SYDNEY
A LITTLE BIT
We’re a Sydney-based creative content agency who produce unique and engaging content with a feminine skew. After working in the women’s fashion, beauty, and lifestyle categories for eons [insert glossy magazines and cult pop culture TV shows here], we know what works.
So what’s our secret? Well, we’re not going to give that away on here, but what we will tell you is that we’re pretty genius at creating BIG ideas on a shoestring budget. Imagine a season’s worth of digital and social content shot in a single day… *Cue brain explosion*. We create beautiful images, captivating videos, and innovative animations for digital and social campaigns, broadcast content, experiential installations, event content (often live or with an overnight turnaround) and mesmerising in-store digital billboards.
- LancomeOctober 20, 2019
- Elizabeth ArdenSeptember 2, 2019
- Giorgio ArmaniSeptember 2, 2019
- Frank BodySeptember 2, 2019
- Zip CoAugust 27, 2019
- Mecca MaxAugust 28, 2019
- Westfield Christmas CampaignAugust 27, 2019
- HermesAugust 28, 2019
- MERCEDES BENZ FASHION WEEK AUSTRALIAAugust 29, 2019
- Russh X NikeAugust 28, 2019
- Microsoft Case StudiesAugust 28, 2019
- Country RoadSeptember 2, 2019
WHAT WE DO:
beautiful images, captivating videos, innovative animations for digital and social campaigns, broadcast content, experiential installations, event content (both live or with an overnight turnaround and mesmerising in-store digital billboards
WHAT WE DON’T DO:
WHAT OUR CLIENTS ARE SAYING
MEET THE FOUNDERS
Clare Alstin has worked in digital content for over 13 years. Clare launched Stylefinder.com for Conde Nast in 2006, the first digital shopping platform with over 80,000 items available. The site sold out of advertising space three months prior to launch.
She joined the team at Russh Magazine in 2010 and was part of the relaunch of the cult magazine including the launch of russhmagazine.com (now Russh.com). Since leaving publishing she’s worked directly with brands, consulting and producing campaigns for Westfield, IMG Fashion, Marcs and RM Williams.
Catherine Stone produced the online Telstra Sydney New Years Eve 2014 broadcast, achieving a total of 38 million viewers across the night. She developed and produced the successful MTV Style with Ruby Rose – a sponsor-driven series that established the career of Ruby Rose.
Catherine launched NITV News on SBS to the public sphere in 2011 with a live-stream in Uluru in scorching forty-five degree heat.