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Assistance with media production for research projects and activities

We support researchers in creating short real-life and animated videos designed to communicate and demonstrate the impact of their research, support their research endeavours (e.g. fundraising and partnerships), or make their research visible and accessible to the community.

Why researchers should care about video

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Explore our collection of production advice and tips in your own time. We also conduct research into best practices, approaches, and methods in visual storytelling. Publication: Improving Research Impact Through the Use of Media, DE GRUYTER OPEN

Video portfolio

We are a small team of creatives. We all have a real passion for our craft and for telling Griffith stories. Take a look at some great examples of what we can do. Do you need more inspiration? Visit our YouTube channel.


Read what some of our amazing researchers had to say about how their work benefited from the videos we produced with them, and how they found the experience working with our team.

“A number of people have made contact with me to tell me how much they like the video. Importantly, everyone comments on the clear messages. We are grateful for the donation of $10,000 towards our research as a result of a person viewing the video. The video has assisted in helping people to understand what might be asked of them as participants in our studies, and therefore they are more positive about participating in new studies.”

Professor Wendy Moyle, Menzies Health Institute Queensland

“This video has bought direct interest in our work. Redland City Council now wish to partner with us to trial Let's Go. They are now considered investing funds to progress some ideas (an app) for us to test. I wouldn't change the process we used. It has really delivered, more than I dreamt it would.”

Professor Sharyn Rundle-Thiele, Social Marketing @ Griffith

The video has “increased exposure of our research; an important communication tool to promote the research paper that underpinned it - given better visibility. The paper has attracted major attention. I have had multiple requests for media interviews (print and radio).”

Professor Susanne Becken, Griffith Institute for Tourism

“People have found the video very helpful. I have been asked to enter an international award LAUNCH Circular, the video was discovered when they were searching for applicants. When I showed it to IHG and Hilton both engineers looked at it intently. Interestingly I feel the idea of conserving resources is so abstract people find it hard to grasp, but the film makes is 'visible' to them. Therefore, I would say for complex innovations like My Green Butler, the video is invaluable.”

Christopher Warren, PhD Candidate, Griffith Institute for Tourism

“The experience was overwhelmingly positive. Very organised, friendly and professional team who were genuinely interested in achieving the best outcomes. The video has exceeded expectations. Working with Eva was very efficient. She listened to the brief and gave plenty of excellent suggestions.”

Professor Ann Bonner, Health Practice and Survivorship Research Program

“The video captures the project very well. I am a strong advocate of videos as a way to share practice and give an inside view of projects that otherwise are difficult to describe.”

Professor Michael Balfour, Griffith Institute for Educational Research