Video Work

We work Australia wide

Studio Orange was established in May 2014 – and since then we have worked with over 70 clients and produced over 140 videos, which amounts to over 350 minutes of video. We have made explainer videos, music videos, animations, interviews and documentaries, and have worked across industries ranging from Government Departments to Recreation & Leisure and Extreme Sports.

Our video production services are perfectly suited for projects large or small; from corporates, to startups, small business and individuals.

No matter the project size, we focus on delivering high quality, professional video that will meet our clients goals. We have a network of freelance professionals available Australia wide, which means we can service clients in any location at any time.

Check out our latest videos below.


For much of his life, Peter chose to be silent. It could take him one minute to say one word. Peter developed a deep fear of speaking. This story touches the heart of fear and why sometimes, humans stop before they have even begun.

IMR Technologies have developed Sensalink. We worked with the Sensalink and Ammo Marketing team to show the benefits of this product.

Meet some of the Carat staff that works in the Perth office. This video had to be a mix of serious and fun interviews. We mixed bloopers and outtakes into the final edit to add a fun and engaging elements to the video.

We worked with ECU to produce this animated video to showcase and highlight benefits and features of the new Bachelor of Commerce.

Studio Orange captured the 2017 WA Youth Innovation summit by capturing the event, interviewing attendees and summarising the day in this video.

This video was produced for the Porsche Club WA, to help promote to potential new members.

Neat Events worked with us to produce a cinema advertisement for one of their christmas festivals at the Claremont Showgrounds

The Department of Water approached us to produce a video that would showcase the process of a new system at the Wellington Dam area. We produced this video focussing mainly on a social media audience, which is why we used titles to tell the story.

In this video Janine from Interact explains the concept of Experiential Learning Solutions and Roleplay as a part of corporate training workshops.