Who are we?
For nearly 20 years Push Production has specialised in developing communication strategies for marginalised, difficult to engage communities throughout Australia.
Throughout this time it has researched, produced and distributed books, comics, animations, short films, cinema and newspaper advertising, games, posters, flyers, and developed marketing and branding strategies for a broad range of clientele. These have included state and federal governments, local councils, shopping centres, primary and secondary schools, service clubs and community groups.
Some communities engaged throughout the years have been homeless young people and families, sexually at risk teenagers, those within the criminal justice system, the long term unemployed, street gangs, isolated urban and rural indigenous communities, sexuality and gender diverse communities, the culturally and linguistically diverse, intravenous drug users, those impacted upon by mental illness and mental health issues and schools attempting to address bullying, misogyny and racial vilification.
Much of our work can be done in house. This can significantly reduce our costs and these savings can be passed on to our clients. Push Productions has its own stable of researchers, project managers, writers, artists and film production crews.
We are happy to meet with our clients anywhere in Australia and our product research and development is undertaken within and fully inclusive of the targeted communities.