Habari Productions
 
 

SERVICES

What we offer

 
 
 
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Adventure Photography

Nat-geo shortlisted

We have travelled to some of the remote places in the world and have told the stories of the unique people and cultures we met along the way. Our work has been shortlisted by National Geographic. We’ve camped with the Suri tribe on the border of Ethiopia and South Sudan. Our photos from this trip were showcased in a number of exhibitions including Queen St Gallery in Woollahra.

Our adventures have also taken us to:

  • Omo Valley, Ethiopia, West Africa

  • Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Turkey, Qatar, Iran

  • Mongolia

  • Colombia, Mexico and USA

  • India and Sri Lanka

  • Rural and outback Australia

TV/Film Production

storytelling with soul

We have extensive industry experience as broadcast journalists/producers for breakfast television, current affairs, feature stories and documentaries.

We are WorldNomads.com Travel Safety Reporters and have filmed with World Nomads in Colombia and Mexico.

  • Writing and producing

  • Reporting and presenting

  • Directing and editing

  • Breaking news coverage

 
 
 

Media Training and Consulting

preparing you for every media scenario

We have worked in the media industry for 20 years and have developed an extensive and impressive contacts list.

In her career as a journalist/producer, Stephanie has been at the helm of the media game as a supervising producer at Seven Network and program editor at Al Jazeera English. She has been in the thick of breaking news stories including terror attacks, natural disasters, the inauguration of Barack Obama and the European refugee crisis. She’s called the shots and decided on news angles and guest choices.

We intimately know how the news cycle works, what you need to get your story and message across - in the way you want. We will tailor our training to suit you - from basic presenting to a full TV lights and camera simulation.

  • Breakfast television.

  • In depth interviews.

  • Door stops.

  • Live crosses.

  • Panel interviews.

  • Social media Instagram stories and Facebook LIVE

Speaking

TEDX

Stephanie started out in her career as a TV news journalist and presenter. She’s since delivered a TEDx talk at Abbotsleigh School on the lessons she has learnt from remote African tribes. Steph has also presented a travel safety video series in Colombia for worldnomads.com and featured in a range of podcasts including Good Chat by Matt Tinney. Ben has also presented a travel safety series in Mexico for World Nomads.

  • Guest speaker

  • Comparing and EmCee

  • Presenting

  • School visits



 
 
 

Fixing and Logistics

EXTENSIVE KNOWLEDGE AND CONTACTS

We work as travel/production/creative consultants and our years in the industry mean we are well connected. We have advised the BBC Natural History Unit along with a range of TV channels and production companies on how and where to film in remote locations. 

  • Location scouting.

  • Travel tips and advice.

  • Local contacts for guides, talent and crew.

  • Travel itineraries.

Digital/Social Content Production

‘WORLD FIRST’ SOCIAL MEDIA GLOBAL RELAY

Stephanie held the position of Australia Editor at Storyful - a social media news agency, partnering with Facebook, Google, YouTube, The Washington Post, and the Wall Street Journal.

In the digital space, Habari Productions was among 75 influencers who collaborated with travel retailer Helloworld in an Instagram relay across 60 countries for World Tourism Day. We posted from Qatar in what was a ‘world first’ social media execution.

  • We run digital campaigns for @habariprod along with our ethical rug and homewares e-commerce store @kasbahtrade.

  • We focus on ethical brand marketing and collaboration.

 
 
 

Education

passing on what we know

We are passionate about sharing our stories and highlighting the beauty of diversity in our world.

We have teamed up with a range of classrooms including one in the city of Breda in the Netherlands. The students aged 4-10 spent a few weeks looking at our photos of the Suri Tribe and discussing body paint, skin colour, culture and family.




Giving Back

the joy and importance of giving

At Habari Productions we like to give back. Through the sales of our photographic prints we have donated funds to Doctors Without Borders and UNFPA.