500 of the industry's
best and brightest were invited to what Heckler EP, Will Alexander describes as
an 'exclusive' event at the Watsons Bay Hotel to celebrate Heckler's
Says Alexander: "When you see a flotilla of cruisers making their way across the harbour you know you're in for a great night."
were treated to cocktails and coconuts on arrival, a candy bar which
included 'lines' of sherbet and entertainment throughout the night by
Cavan Te; Nylon Studio Sound Machine Unlimited Posse and DJ's Alvin
Chan, C.U.P and Dreems.
This party was the first to include sponsors from Heckler's Paramount
partners in Surry Hills, including Nylon, Streaker, SIXTY40 and World
Wide Mind, who held their official launch at the event.
Michelle Parker, managing director and EP of World Wide Mind: "We hoped
to make a bit of a splash on the night but we weren't expecting it to
happen when one of our directors, Josh Logue fell off the boat."
who provide design, VFX and post can now offer clients a one-stop shop,
with Nylon who provide sound design, Streaker who provide creative tech
and World Wide Mind who provide creative content, all under the one
roof in Surry Hills.(L-R: 1. Andy Fergusson;
Richard Sweetman, 2.
Jean-Phillipe Ducharne; Maxence Peillon Heckler, 3. Halle Petro; Simon
Lister; Mark Beckhaus; Karla Henwood Nylon; 5. Margie Yi; Carla Uriarte
Heckler, 6. Mark Simpson Sixty40, 7. Ben Nott;
Michelle Parker World
Wide Mind, 8. Simon Harsent; Andy DiLallo; Bonnie Law; Simon Robson, 9.
Scott Maggs (AKA Jimmy Niggles), 10. Sarah Blangiardo; Jessa Shields,
11. Amelia Gebler; Warwick
Thornton, World Wide Mind; Bonnie Law, 12. Garry Jacques; Will
Alexander; Jamie Watson; Bonnie Law Heckler, 13. Ben Nott; Simon
Davidson World Wide Mind)
Photography by Stuart Spence