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Filming in the amazing Doubtful Sound!



Probably not surprisingly, we're big fans of documentary-style content for our clients who want to tell a rich, authentic story. Mainly because the Henna Gaijin Studio story begins in the documentary genre. But also because we believe the more sincere, truthful and authentic your story is, the greater the chance your audience has of tuning in and staying tuned in.


Earlier this year, we were lucky enough to put this theory into action for iXblue – a surveying and surveying technology company that came across us from our work documenting the Rowing from Home to Home expedition by Grant Rawlinson.


Anyway – long story short, this amazing client – got us to go spend a week on a boat in the amazingly beautiful Doubtful Sound in the Deep South of New Zealand and film them going about their work charting the sea floor of one of the world's most beautiful locations.


Check out the video and while you're at it, go visit our friends at iXblue at www.ixblue.com.au