We make engaging video content for our clients that excites, informs and educates your audience to the point that they want to buy what you're selling. It may be a company, product, idea, system, program, person or a band - it doesn't really matter because whoever your audience is , they just want to be entertained and informed in the shortest amount of time possible.
That's where we come in.
The Picture Club was started by director, Jeremy Santolin and producer Rebecca Levingston in Fortitude Valley during the hazy summer of 2004 under the previous name, Frenchman Films.
After a solid first year in the game where we made the debut music video for The Grates and began our long associations with Queensland Health and the University of Queensland, Rebecca was poached by ABC radio, leaving Jeremy to steer the TPC ship on his own.
Fast-forward to the present day and The Picture Club has garnered an impressive list of local and national clients in government, corporate, retail and music sectors who rely on us to communicate key messages to their target audiences.
The Picture Club now earns a large amount of repeat business and referrals because of our commitment to achieving the goals of our clients through high-quality, creative video content.
Or maybe it's just because we make a great flat white.