Independent creative collective, The Glue Society, has opened its doors in Wellington, New Zealand.
by Glue Society partner, Pete Baker, the award-winning group will be
available to collaborate with New Zealand agencies on creative projects
from brief to broadcast - whether directing commercials or helping to
make experiential, content and art ideas a reality.
"Having a local base in New Zealand will allow myself and all of us at
Glue Society to be better able to collaborate with creative people
throughout the country - and better able to make budgets work and
productions happen more easily.
"At its best, the creative work in New Zealand is as good as - if not
better than - anywhere in the world. It breaks the rules. And engages
audiences in a conversation. Two things we love to do. And we're really
looking forward to making an active contribution to the country's
Adds co-founder of The Glue Society, Jonathan
Kneebone: "Pete is one of the longest standing members of our creative
group - and his work of late has been second to none. It is an exciting
development for us to have him represent us locally in NZ - as well as
continuing his work in Australia.
"His direction of the recent
ANZ 'Hold Tight' campaign, Cochlear 'Hearing Test' short film and Seek's 'Why
Settle? Seek' content film - not forgetting the multi-award winning
GAYTM/GAYNZ projects & Sky NZ's Unforgotten Soldiers - are testament
to his unique skills and passion for his craft."
and New Zealand, The Glue Society is represented by production companies
Revolver (for film direction) and Will O'Rourke (for experiential,
content and art projects).
Later this year, in November, The Glue
Society will be celebrating its 20th anniversary, with a retrospective
exhibition, event and book being planned.
For more information, contact Jonathan Kneebone or Pete Baker via:email@example.com