We craft great stories in digital film
Corporate identity – Marketing and Branding – Health and Safety
Digital cinema can apply to all forms of communication
Whether it’s a big screen or a personal screen, a board room or the world wide web… a crew of 100 or a team of two. Today, digital cinema belongs to all of us.
At GXMEDIA we mould your ideas into practical solutions for your corporate films
Digital cinema for both business and broadcast is our passion.
We love the business we’re in, we’re passionate about our product and we care about our clients.
Examples of our work
Showcasing the range of companies within the Solid Energy group.
Ten minute branding video for the Ocean Beef brand which is marketed and sold in Japan.
Director of Photography for this 10 part documentary series screened on TV3.
And interstitial produced for Disney Junior Australia.
And interstitial produced for Disney Australia.
Owner/Director of Photography
Graham is a recent Auckland immigrant, having grown up in Dunedin and lived and worked in Christchurch until the earthquakes propelled him north.
Graham has been in the filming business for most of his working life and his passion for pictures is as strong as ever.
He has shot: news for TVNZ all around the world, documentary for Animal Planet and Discovery, reality shows in the Pacific. He’s also produced health and safety and corporate media for NZ’s largest energy company and, most recently been Director of Photography for some of NZ’s highest rating TV shows.
Graham is in regular contact with the Global Cinematography Institute based in Los Angeles and is part way through a three level digital cinematography programme.
Graham lives with Kate in a small house under a large protected tree in Birkenhead with their Burmese cat called Keith and with regular visits from his three twenty something children for hot food and monetary advice.
Kate is a partner in GXMEDIA and the creative mind behind the projects we produce.
Her journalistic career started in radio and then after a year teaching English in Tokyo she joined a television production company based in Sydney.
After arriving home to NZ Kate started work at TVNZ as a researcher and field director working on documentaries and children’s shows.
She left TVNZ in 2003 and directed two series of a prime time cooking show for TVOne and also a documentary for TV2. Her corporate experience is extensive; Kate has written and produced branding and marketing videos as well as health and safety videos for wine, energy and agricultural companies.
Kate is also an experienced TV producer, having produced some of NZ’s top rating prime time programmes of the last few years on a contract basis for TV production companies Top Shelf, Greenstone TV and, currently, Warner Brothers International.