Greer Films Launches New Studio Space for Central West Digital Creators | western avocado

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Budding local creatives got their first chance to see a brand new studio space on Tuesday that is set to transform media production capabilities in the Midwest. The new studio, opened by Greer Films owners Pat Greer and Mo Standen, was dubbed OCTO; a creative corner with space to rent for local start-ups looking to develop their projects. READ ALSO: Abercrombie House To Limit February Hours For Restoration Work Still Adaptable, The Studio Offers A Number Of Tools To Help Content Producers, Including A White-Wall And Black-Wall Photography Space , an audio booth, shared offices and bespoke meeting spaces for creative thinking, with the Greer Films base of operations located upstairs. For Harris Content Creation’s Ben Harris, who creates food-focused social media content for a host of local businesses from his garage, the OCTO space will provide him with additional capabilities to meet clients and conduct photo shoots. “This will allow us to conduct our business at a more professional level and elevate our capabilities for food photoshoots to achieve optimal solutions for customers,” said Mr. Harris. READ ALSO: The Bathurst Post Office gets a mural designed by artist Birrunga Wiradyuri Fellow content producer Kendelle Watts, who showcases her graphic designs on Instagram under the moniker Buzzy Designs, says the space offers more room to think outside the box creatively. “With a small business, it gives me the opportunity to photograph new products and present them in a more professional way, rather than holding them up against trees in the backyard,” Ms Watts said. READ ALSO: Riverside Markets Returns Successfully After Eight Months “It’s also a quieter, creative space away from home.” For more information, visit the OCTO or Greer Films Facebook pages. Our reporters work hard to provide local, up-to-date news to the community. Here’s how you can access our trusted content:


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