Adrian has iwi affiliations in this region - Ngāti Raukawa Te Au i te Tonga, Ngāti Tukorehe, and Ngā Rauru, and is very astute in areas of te ao Māori, Te Tiriti o Waitangi and te reo Māori.
He has longstanding connections in the Māori media/TV world and brings a lot of experience with him to CORE. He has filmed, produced and vision mixed video productions, ranging from South Pacific and national weather forecast videos, documentary making, international sports events, live Parliament TV camera, broadcast live Asia Pacific concerts and national speech competitions, national award events, tv commercials, music videos, regional kapa haka competitions, marae openings, and much more. He also has in-depth knowledge and experience in the creation of interactive immersive 360° video.
As well as working in our ongoing English and Māori video productions, we anticipate that Adrian will be able to offer innovative ideas for our products and services, including interactive immersive 360° video content development, bilingual LEARNZ field trips, and as a crew/tech team member for live streaming and CORE events.
- Film and video production
- Interactive immersive 360° video creation
- Website development
- App development
Conferences and presentations
Presented at a National Māori ICT Hui in Hastings, November 2016 as an Immersive VR 360° Video Pioneer.
Presentation title: “Immersive 360° Video Technologies.” Subtitle ‘Interactive Immersive technologies, made for indigenous storytelling.’
Granted a Pioneer NZ Patent in 2003 and Australian Patent equivalent in 2004 covering Interactive Immersive 360° Video technologies of which includes elements of virtual, augmented and mixed reality technologies as well.
As a young fellow back in the 70’s and 80’s my four brothers, sister and I grew up in Cannons Creek, Porirua where we kept ourselves occupied mostly on the adjacent sport fields and from time to time attended various marae events up and down the southern western coastline of the North Island.
During those early years our preferred go to TV shows and movies back then were Logans’ Run, BattleStar Galactica, WKRP in Cincinnati, Beyond 2000, International Rugby, Bruce Lee and Star Wars; a mix of radio, sitcom, drama, sports, action films and futurist - innovation type genres that by default continues to influence my mindset to this very day.
With that being said however, and as a young graduate from a private catholic boarding school - Hato Paora College in the late 80’s, TVNZ then became my life where I flourished in the technical application of Film and Television production. This career move exacerbated my childhood interest in futuristic technologies hence, emerging tech I tend to have a huge appetite for, especially in the broadcast, digital visual space where immersive technology for me previewed a glimpse into our future some 30 years ago while at TVNZ.
That tech is now …
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