Hstudios sponsored the Federation Business School Awards for Excellence, in the Outstanding MBA Student of the year category which went to Sharon Desmond.
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Heath is in Italy filming a conference for IBA, starting in Rome then onto Florence, Tuscany then a trip to the Island of Gozo and a tour of Valetta in Malta
We have 2 offices available for lease in our facility, this opportunity would be perfect for someone working from home in the Alfredton area who requires a business frontage and use of our facilities.
Team Bananas in the Park walked 100 kilometres in 28 hours and 16 minutes during the Oxfam Trailwalker Event, and raised $3798 for the cause.
On Friday April 7, 2017 three truly beautiful friends and myself will be walking the huge distance of 100 kilometres to raise money and awareness for poverty and injustice. The event is the Oxfam Trailwalker. Teams of 4 enter this event and we have 48 hours to all walk or run the 100km trail.
With many levels of 4k video, here at Hstudios we are about producing quality for our clients and our cameras are potentially a massive 40 times better compared to domestic low end cameras.
It’s been a massive task but we finally have a new home for all of our projects and updates! We concentrated our efforts on improving the usability of our website. Check it out and don’t miss out the latest showreel —we decided to go for a shorter and more impactful cut this year.
Late last year Hstudios and the Mount Warrenheip Mountain of Fun Run/Walk organisation teamed up to make an inspiring video for their annual event set for Sunday 19th of March this year. With the help of some exceptionally fit talent, we were able to capture some fantastic footage to promote the event.
We photographed the cover of the UFS Christmas Catalogue recently, which was a massive flat lay about 1.8m tall. This is no simple task, usually with a flat lay you can shoot directly overhead and get great results, this was complex and required some mathematics!