About the project
- Creative productions (music production and composition, sound design, sonic branding, voiceover, video production, video post-production, audio production, audio post-production, sonic branding)
- Media and marketing
- Online advertising
- Digital advertising
Agency: SOUND PITCH (services as above)
Director: Jon O’Neill
Producer: Van Nguyen
Cinematographer: Daniel Truong
Sound Designer: Joseph Moorehouse
Composer: Jon Forest
What we did:
Having worked for many years on related projects as part of our SOUND: Health branch, we were totally thrilled with the serendipitous contact from Nikki who approached us to help tell her business’ story.
The concept really hit home with SOUND PITCH founder and director Jon O’Neill:
“Before I became the director of Sound Pitch I was a Registered Nurse at a Melbourne hospital. I saw firsthand how mental health affects the lives of loved ones and the surrounding support networks of patients.”
“Of course, mental health is different from other health problems because it’s not always visually obvious. Like music, sound and noise, mental health is something that can only be felt. I’ve always been driven to utilise the healing properties of sound in the mental health-related space.”
More on Nikki’s motivation
Knowing how important good relationships and community connections are to recovery, we sought to present Nikki as the friendly, warm and approachable person she is, a choice that would act as a catalyst for prospective clients to engage with Nikki’s services. By showing Nikki’s story in this light using specific approaches to sound and visual design, we nailed the goal of helping Nikki empower her clients to start a conversation about mental health.
Want to know more?
Want to know some ways you can use music as your own medicine? Try:
Listening to positive music first thing in the morning
Choosing music to match your mood - let yourself marinate in and explore your feelings
Listening to repetitive music to help with concentration and focus
Picking music with a slow tempo (aim for 60 bpm) to help with relaxation
Click here to find out how we can help you embrace the health capacities of sound.