Welcome to Browns Lane

Browns Lane is a creative video production company in North Sydney, Australia.

Helen and Cris, work with you to achieve your objective in scripting, editing and filming , whether it be to market your company, train your staff, enhance your website, or celebrate an event

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Corporate Videos

We will raise your company's media profile using high definition digital video equipment and creative video editing to deliver your project in a format of your choice. Video footage enhances any website.

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Documentaries

We create documentaries for television involving historical, artistic or socially significant subjects. Most recently, The Art of Fun screened on ABC TV.

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Training and Education

Browns Lane maintains a strong involvement in Education and the Arts. Communication is the key to a successful product. We listen, process and then create. Through filming and editing we develop your training resources as well as archive your processes.

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Events

We can video and edit your event, be it a large conference, a small launch or a private occasion.  We can interview your key people, edit your existing footage and produce a visual aid for your event or online media.

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Luna Park

An excerpt from THE ART OF FUN, a film about the artists of Luna Park, broadcast on ABC TV in 2009.

 
 

Contact Us

For further details contact...
Cris 
(02)9954 1064 or
0413 599 076
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Helen 
0418 428 971
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3/566 Miller Street
Cammeray  NSW  2062

Testimonials


"I specifically asked Browns Lane to undertake the Luna Park film because I knew they would approach a history of one of the most loved and contested sites in Sydney with the intelligence and sensitivity necessary to ensure the ongoing participation of a range of people with first-hand and sometimes conflicting involvement in the park"

Dr Ian Hoskins
North Sydney Council
Historian