Momentaryis an ethical video production company that uses visual storytelling for social impact.
Ever since Momentary was founded, we have always strived to create beautiful films for meaningful causes. Through telling stories of hope and resilience, we have helped organisations create awareness about their work, engage their supporters, advocate for change, and give voice to the most disadvantaged and marginalised people in our community.
Our team is driven by an unwavering belief in the power of humanity, and we feel privileged to partner with like-minded charities, healthcare organisations, universities, governments, and ethical businesses that share our vision for a more inclusive and sustainable world.
Whilst volunteering in Australia and overseas, Michael formed many relationships with people who were experiencing hardship and disadvantage. By hearing their stories, he was able to gain an insight into their lives, the issues that they faced, and their hopes and dreams for the future. It was these touching conversations that taught him the incredible power of storytelling, and how it could be harnessed to create awareness and change perceptions in the community.
Around the same time, Michael began to pursue his passion for filmmaking and produced an award-winning short documentary, which accumulated hundreds of thousands of views online. Following on from this success, he decided to start Momentary - a company born out of the belief that storytelling can make the world a better place.
Over the past six years, Momentary has produced hundreds of social impact videos for some incredible organisations. Rather than taking on any project that comes his way, Michael's focus is to produce work that is beautiful, meaningful and impactful. He has the privilege of directing and producing all Momentary projects from start-to-finish, whilst collaborating with a hand-picked network of talented creatives to bring the videos to life.
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