This project was sponsored by the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia to highlight the latest advancements in cancer treatments. It was filmed at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre at the brand new Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre.
Here is an eclectic montage of past projects.
Needs to be updated!
Happily, I have been too busy working to update. Soon!
A collection of eye grabbing online and television ads.
This film was commissioned by The National Trust of Victoria for the new Polly Woodside Museum in Melbourne Australia.
The film follows the diary of first time seaman and ships carpenter, George Andrews.
It was shot in 4 days and nights on The Polly Woodside itself.
We had to shoot mostly at night because I needed to hide the city skyline and all the new high rise apartments surrounding the Polly Woodside Ship.
I put the actors and non actors and stunt guys through hell. It was freezing and wet. But they loved it. We had a ball.
Everyone did their own stunts and also choreographed their fights scenes.
A video of the Highlights Early Childhood Education Conference.
This short film records a workshop event in Ballarat highlighting the importance of community involvement with people with dementia.
Thank you so much to all the wonderful people who made this event so wonderful.
A Music clip which I created for the release of Colleen Hewett's new CD: Black and White. Lots of people generously put up there hands to support this worthy cause of 'Violence Free Families'.
This is an edited version of The Story of Life film created for the Body Exhibition at the Museum Victoria Melbourne.
Thanks to all the generous and wonderful participants.
Created a STINGER for Gerard O'Connor Photography.
I was commissioned to make a film for the Gunditjmara People in Heywood, Portland, Australia, about their dreaming and connection to their sacred land.
Big thanks to the Gunditjmara people.
One of a series of short films teaching young Doctors how to communicate bad news to patients loved ones in a caring way.
This is a multi screen film based on the life of Alfred Deakin.
Commissioned by Deakin University Geelong Victoria.
Thanks Liz Kelly for the use of her beautiful home.
An edited version video of the communities thoughts on the new Inclusive Playspace located at Victoria Park.
Featuring multiple play zones and accessible equipment designed for people with all abilities.
Community service commercial for Bakerheart foundation.
Low budget so family and friends helped out. Thanks.
A little ad I created for the Ballarat Steiner school capturing love of learning. Thanks kids.
Life pretty good when you have a sister.
Commissioned to create a an original stinger for the launch of the Experimenta Exhibition called 'House of Tomorrow'.
Make your idea, service and or product fly.
Filmed off the pier at half moon bay. Love underwater filming.
A small film for the wonderful RAWCUS theatre, capturing their NOW YOU SEE ME exhibition at the Light of Winter Fest at Federation Square.
ircus films is a collaboration between Andrew Ferguson and the wonderful Catherine Deveny.
Teasers of her hilarious new stand up - Curvy Crumpet at the Comedy Festival and a taste of an up coming Documentary on Catherine. Stay tuned.
Scenes from Ella's Choice.
Performed by Verity Higgins, Andreas Litras, Kate Suter.
Written & Directed by Tracy Bourne.
Camera & Post Production by Andrew Ferguson
This project is an initiative of SEAM (Sustainable Environment Arts Movement) Inc; The creative development of Ella's Choice was funded by the City of Ballarat Community Impact Grant and the Regional Arts Fund Quick Response Grant.
A dark, dreamlike film I created, about a lost boy who is dumped on the side of a desolate road and left to fend for himself. He find a world where he finally finds a little happiness.
An animated opening sequence for a conservation outback project.
Too much sugar.
Live clip for the wonderful band FLAP.
I like to keep my hand in helping out young bands.
I wanted to use this location in the Brisbane ranges near Anakie after the big fires had been through it, to capture the amazing contrast between the new growth and the charred.
Thanks to Noel Jones, Harrison and Adelaide.
A selection of recent posters, banners and print campaigns created for Steiner schools and various other clients.
We all have to have an outlet to sooth the creative beast and stimulate and widen the potential of our imagination.
'Faces' exhibition at Wolveschildren Gallery