GECKO ENVIRONMENT COUNCIL
GOLD COAST | QUEENSLAND | AUSTRALIA
Surprisingly, for what is renowned as Australia's holiday mecca, the Gold Coast is arguably the most biodiverse metropolitan city in the country | Gecko is it's community gatekeeper "
as a meeting point for habitats from ocean to mountain, tropical to temperate, 58 regional ecosystems, 1600 native plants, and 700 endemic animal species make the Gold Coast an important cog in east coast ecology | maintaining natural balance is crucial
for thirty years Gecko has voluntarily overseen that duty, enthusiastically collaborating with community, educating & campaigning, harnessing support to protect & preserve the biodiversity of its natural environment
in 2014 Naturescape joined Gecko as its 'educational media producer' to provide video clip, artwork & publication production | after four decades in the commercial arena it was refreshing & rewarding, a personal & professional thrill to constructively 'give back to community!'
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surprisingly Australia's holiday mecca is arguably the most biodiverse metropolitan city in the country
VISION | MISSION SIGNATURE CLIP[ 03:40 ]
for thirty years GECKO (Gold Coast Environment Council) has worked tirelessly to sustain natural balance and biodiversity in Australia's most popular holiday playground | produced from Naturescape HD-footage Gecko's signature video highlights the primary goals & objectives of its not-for-profit mission to promote community awareness, education and conservation
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'Opera House Yabby Traps are 'death traps' for all kinds of riverine critters, including the platypus | Gecko's campaign called for a total ban on this irresponsible, destructive & inhumane practice
BAN 'OPERA HOUSE YABBY TRAPS' [ 01:48 ]
dead platypus too-frequently found in Opera House traps designed to catch 'yabbies' (freshwater crayfish) expose the tragic extent these 'death traps' inflict upon our riverine wildlife | native water rats, fish, turtles & diving birds also fall victim
produced to add graphic impact to a Wildlife Queensland / Gecko campaign to pass legislation to totally ban these destructive traps
PEOPLES CLIMATE MARCH [ 01:17 ]
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each year the environmentally-conscious community takes to the streets to highlight the need for urgent action to reduce the effects of climate change
'CLIMATE CHANGE FOR GOOD' CONFERENCE
MULTIMEDIA DESIGN | POST-PRODUCTION | HD.CINEMA PROGRAM
in conjunction with Griffith University Gecko staged the the Gold Coast's first climate change conference | over thirty expert speakers offered positive solutions & outcomes to turn "gloom into boom"
CC4G was Naturescape's first major venture into full multimedia production |
post-production of promo, commercial & speaker-integration clips | artwork creation of graphic, advertisement, stage banner & print media | visual design of guest entertainment for auditorium & foyer screens | premiere screening of 'The Lamington Album' in a lunchtime HD-cinema for conference guests