Crow’s nest is a digital media studio based in Hobart Tasmania. We provide end to end production services for all kinds of digital media.
In 2013 Fraser and Andy founded Crow’s Nest Media to provide production and communications support for institutes and organisations involved in science, research, education and related industries. Since then Crow’s Nest has continued to grow, we’ve been very lucky to work with some fantastic organisations on a multitude of projects for Web, TV and Print.
In 2016 Crow’s Nest and gear hire company CineStill have collaborated on a studio space at the Crow’s Nest office on Hobart’s waterfront, suitable for stills, video and green screen shoots the studio is right in the heart of Hobarts lively waterfront district, the studio and gear is available to hire for half or full days, it comes complete with coffee and tea facilities, we plan on expanding these facilities further in the future.
A passionate advocate for science communication and citizen science, Fraser holds a Bachelor of Science and a Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Journalism Media and Communications. Combining these skillsets with a background in graphic design, photography and film Fraser has applied these skills producing science and research related stories in a variety of different digital and print formats.
Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Journalism, Media Communications and Philosophy and a Graduate Diploma in Journalism, Media Communications. Passionate about story telling Andy has a flair for editing and an easy, relaxed interviewing style that that puts interviewees at ease.
Some of our clients and organisations that have featured our work:
- The Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC)
- British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
- Curiosity Stream (US)
- TerraMatter Factual (Austria)
- Oceapro (Japan)
- The Guardian (Aus & UK)
- The Australian
- The Herald Sun
- The Daily Mail (UK and AUS)
- The Mercury
- Australian Geographic
- 40 Degrees South
- Business Insider
- Science Alert
- COSMOS magazine
- the University of Tasmania
- the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS)
- the Marine Biodiversity Hub
- the Integrated Marine Observance System (IMOS)
- Reef Life Survey
- the Wilderness Society
- the Bob Brown Foundation
- Craig Mostyn Group
- Honey and Fox
- Reid Fruit