LIFEBUOY VIDEO NEWS
Keeping connected during a time of physical disconnection.
As we all self isolate and work remotely, the need for community organisations to remain in touch with consumers and colleagues has become hugely important. Since Stage 3 restrictions came into play in mid-March, Lifebuoy Video have been busy working with health and community organisations in producing simple, quick, and inexpensive visual resources to provide support and education.
A recent example that best demonstrates this is a project we are currently working on with Tweddle Family Health to help keep young families informed about what to expect before, during, and after the birth of their first child. These 3-hour sessions presented by an early parenting educator, were filmed safely with a scaled-back crew, edited offsite with graphical information, music and B Roll footage and then uploaded to a private channel set up on Vimeo. Lifebuoy Video will continue working with Tweddle Family Health in the coming months, producing long-form video content for a federally funded project to educate the Australian Maternal & Child Health workforce.
The LBV production team is now ready and willing to assist you to keep connected as we continue to live and work through these strange and uncertain times. If you have an idea or initiative you want to bring to life, we can help.