WAAPA Showreels Henry Moss & Bobbie-Jean Henning 2013

In 2013 I shot the second round of WAAPA showreels for Director Andrew Lewis and the 2013 graduating actors from the prestigious acting school WA Academy of Performing Arts 

Produced by Johnny Ma @ Good Kid, Directed by Andrew Lewis, Cinematography by Ben Berkhout

WAAPA Showreels - Ross Chisari & Jessica van Wyk 2013

In 2013 I shot the second round of WAAPA showreels for Director Andrew Lewis and the 2013 graduating actors from the prestigious acting school WA Academy of Performing Arts 

Produced by Johnny Ma @ Good Kid, Directed by Andrew Lewis, Cinematography by Ben Berkhout


WAAPA Showreels - Oscar Harris & Charlotte Devenport 2013

In 2013 I shot the second round of WAAPA showreels for Director Andrew Lewis and the 2013 graduating actors from the prestigious acting school WA Academy of Performing Arts 

Produced by Johnny Ma @ Good Kid, Directed by Andrew Lewis, Cinematography by Ben Berkhout


WAAPA Showreels - Clay Roberts & Ben Nicholson 2013

In 2013 I shot the second round of WAAPA showreels for Director Andrew Lewis and the 2013 graduating actors from the prestigious acting school WA Academy of Performing Arts 

Produced by Johnny Ma @ Good Kid, Directed by Andrew Lewis, Cinematography by Ben Berkhout

WAAPA Showreels - Andreas Lohmeyer & Grace Smibert 2013

In 2013 I shot the second round of WAAPA showreels for Director Andrew Lewis and the 2013 graduating actors from the prestigious acting school WA Academy of Performing Arts 

Produced by Johnny Ma @ Good Kid, Directed by Andrew Lewis, Cinematography by Ben Berkhout

"Container Savers" 2012

Every year Australians use 11 billion disposable drink containers. Almost 30% end up in litter our streets, parks, public spaces and waterways.

There are many places in the world demonstrating the effectiveness of container deposits, not least South Australia, who have had a scheme in place since the 1970′s.

Why don’t we have this proven, effective measure in place in Western Australia? Container Savers asks the people who are fighting for a ten cent refund on all drink containers.

Raw Nerve Funding by Screen Australia and FTI, Produced by Jacob Fjord, Directed by Liz Sideris, Cinematography by Ben Berkhout

Nominated for Best Documentary Short at the WA Screen Awards 2013

Henry and Aaron - It’s A Snap! 2012

This web-ad for CIT Perth featuring Henry and Aaron went viral (3.5 million) when it splashed all over the pages of YouTube, Reddit and Gizmodo. Aaron has the power of teleportation, he simply snaps his fingers and teleports himself and Henry around the city of Perth. But teleportation isn’t as simple as it sounds.

"Best. Technical College. Ad. Ever." Gizmodo

Written and Directed by Henry Inglis and Aaron McCann. Produced by Lauren Elliott. Director of Photography - Dave Le May Camera Operator - Ben Berkhout

Voyager - Seize The Day “BY THE FANS” 2012

Original Concept by Ben Berkhout & Voyager Australia, Directed, Produced and Edited by Ben Berkhout, Cinematography by “The Fans” on Smartphones.

This video began in early March 2012 as a viral campaign I led where Voyager fans were offered the opportunity to film the band’s latest release Seize The Day @ The Amplifier and upload either at the download station at the venue or via web transfer through WeTransfer and YouTube. The catch was, it could only be shot on a “Smartphone” the footage would be later cut into a music video by me. Danny (Estrin) grabbed the opportunity and opened the invitation to the rest of the world to enter their own videos. Lip-sync, some crazy interpretive dance, driving, eating, swimming, juggling, star jumping, head-banging, rocking out or simply lying on a bed wearing a wrestling mask threatening a cat with a water pistol…… Anything and everything was featured. As long as they had a good time making it!

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