One Very Big Day OB

Canberra's Centenary birthday celebrations 'One Very Big Day'.

2013
DirectingExhibition DesignProgramming
One Very Big Day

Canberra, Australia's bush capital turned 100 in 2013 and to celebrate they held a huge party attended by nearly 300,000 people.
 
Here are 2 highlight reels from Canberra's Centenary celebrations 'One Very Big Day'.
 
I created content, packages and was the OB Line Producer for Screencraft Media.
A few behind the scenes pix ...
Robyn Archer with Michael Fardell. That's me line producing (left of frame) in the CREW t-shirt 
We started at 8am and finished around 2am the next morning - this is almost the end, just before icecream. 

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