We Produce Video &
While we are experts in audio, we also produce a range of video and TV shows, either to support our audio programs, or as standalone.
Ampel are experts at producing branded podcasts, TV shows and short form content series that our clients can create entirely, or sponsor to communicate to their audience on a wide series of platforms and media.
Check out some of our work below.
Helpful vs Harmful
Helpful or Harmful? is a PR-led initiative for Kathmandu with agency partners The Bravery and Republic of Everyone which prompts travellers to question the way they currently travel, and to make some positive changes to ultimately have more fulfilling future adventures. Filmed in Bali, Nepal and Sydney. Ampel were Executive Producers, working with travel adventure company Doss Flamingoss.
After 30 years embarking on comedy-shows around Australia, Jimeoin has grown frustrated by the tight schedules, back-to-back PR appearances and endless hotel rooms that come with it. So, he’s decided to do the tour he’s always wanted and try his hand at camping.
Throw in a Kombi and a bunch of his comedian mates (including Akmal, Georgie Carroll, Michael Dalton & Dolly Diamond, Jay Wymarra, Ting Lim and Jacques Barrett) and you’ve got one epic, hilarious adventure.
Dave from G’day Parks invites Jimeoin to do a G’day Parks comedy tour at different locations on his journey up through NSW and QLD. Jimeoin discovers new and exciting places, accessing his inner-bushman whilst camping with his friends and discovers that camping in the bush isn’t what he thought it would be.
Lunar New Year with Myer
To celebrate the The Year of the Ox Myer partnered with Ampel to create a 4 minute short film that celebrated the Lunar New Year.
With Creative Director Shelby Craig, Chinese Australian Director Anita Lee and DOP Alexander Leeway – we created a short film story that spoke to Australia’s immigrant history, made by a crew that intimately felt the history Myer has played in Australia’s shopping experience.
In Mandarin and English, with a score by Chinese Australian Cassie To, this film looked, felt and was Chinese Australian. Something we all felt very proud to make.
As part of our podcast programs, we also create compelling podcast trailers, designed to capture the attention of listeners and entice them to listen (or watch) more.