Social media presents fresh ways to keep communities connected and to promote social participation.
AWA stands for Aroha (Love), Whanau (Family), and Awhinatanga (Community Support). These themes provide the studio’s ethos. We tell stories and create experiences for the digital generation that both educate and inspire.
For clients, every job is different and every client is unique and we adapt to suit your needs, in order to create the most memorable experience for your audience.
We offer a relaxing and inspiring environment to encourage clients to realise their vision. We have the ability to custom create a video to suit your needs and the needs of your brand. AWA Transmedia Studio provides the best value possible.
We offer a wide range of video production services including (but not limited to):
• Corporate Video
• Promotional Video
• Event Coverage
• Aerial Photography
Meet the Crew
Laurie is a Law and Commerce graduate from Otago University. He is an experienced general manager of NGOs and a former analyst and contractor for Central and Local Government.
Currently, he is a business director of AWA Transmedia Studios.
Hayley has worked in the film and television industry for the last 11 years. Her previous experience includes working for Maori Tv, Sky, First Hand Productions, numerous music videos, and repeat contracts for EIT and various other jobs as a freelance Production Manager.
Hayley’s exceptional organisational skills ensure that both the pre and post production requirements at AWA run smoothly and effectively.
Floyd joined the AWA crew in late 2014.
He is a recent graduate from the EIT Screen Production course, where he took out the award for Best Student. He has worked on a number of short films and music videos in various production roles.
Floyd is a remarkable camera operator, with a creative and innovative flair.
Te Pō has recently graduated from Victoria University with a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Te Reo Māori and Film.
She joined the AWA team in mid 2016.