Myer Centre

De Pasquale commissioned Plump Films to create 2 x 30 sec spots for The Myer Centre. This is one of them. I co-produced for Plump Films late 2004.

Shot on 16mm.
EP: Glen Streton
Director: Gary Cunliffe

Other Projects

AAA TVC
National TVC for the Australian Automobile Association. Produced with Screencraft Media commissioned by Cre8ive.
2013
Advertising, Creative Direction, Film
Vikings TVCs
One of a series of TVCs for the Vikings Group. Produced with Screencraft Media, commissioned by Zoo Advertising.
2013
Advertising, Creative Direction, Film
LOVE at Altenburg
My aim for this group show was to engage with my potential new audience, get some feedback at targeted events, and to test technology requirements and feasibility of interactive entertainment and illustration reaching mass adoption in locations compromised by poor connectivity.
2016
Illustration, interactive design, works on paper,
FashFest Cinema
Cinema Trailer for the first FashFest
2013
Advertising, Fashion, Film
ICONOCLASH
ICONOCLASH is a series in development. The series consists of short-form animated content pieces, that will be assembled fit-for-purpose, for broadcast, narrowcast, social, online and mobile, digital out of home, augmented reality and interactive print applications.
2017
Character Design, Digital Art, Animation,
Master Builders Association TVCs and Web Video
A series of TVCs and a web video for the Master Builders Association. Produced with Screencraft Media. Talent - Graham Gall and the delightful staff and students at the MBA (ACT)
2013
Advertising, Directing, Writing
Canberra Labor Club TVCs
TVCs to advertise one of the biggest prizes in Canberra history.
2013
Advertising, Branding, Writing
Trade Secret Web Content
4 online videos for social media.
2013
Advertising, Directing, Set Design
Lights and Sirens TVC and Web Content
TVC and Web Series for ACT Police, Fire and Ambulance for campaign 'Lights and Sirens'.
2013
Advertising, Creative Direction, Writing
Weet-Bix TVC
30 sec spot for Sanitarium Weet-Bix
2013
Advertising, Branding, Film
Back to Top