This is Jungle House.
Celebrating good stories.
We are a video production company based in Sydney, focusing on sharing the good that businesses can do.
Who We Are
Jungle House is the moniker of Director stroke Editor, Wendy Lee - and Co-Director and Director of Photography, Tom Gilligan - lovingly taking projects from the seed of an idea all the way to the moment that they're ready to fly the nest.
We're a directing duo
looking to make positive changes.
We wanted to put our skills towards something that felt more meaningful, and so we both started Jungle House with the intention of creating more of the kind of work we want to see: working with purpose for purpose.
We want the most beautiful and engaging stories to also be the ones worth telling, bringing into focus the businesses and individuals who are working to raise the bar, not just profit, whether it be in the environment, in their industry, in the lives of others, or otherwise pushing for positive change.
If you're working towards a better future, then we want to be working with you. Let's point the spotlight at what makes your business better.
Tom is a DoP with a background in freelance TV camera crewing and video production. After six years of working as a cog in the machine to churn out often passionless content, he sought a more creative and less repetitive path forward. He co-founded Jungle House to tell stories that he believed in and that had the capacity to create good change.
Wendy is an editor who has done freelance video work on TVC, digital content, and music videos. Feeling unfulfilled by the lack of well thought-out concepts and feeling uninspired by the quality coming across her desk, she knew that Jungle House could produce quality, meaningful work that contributed to something better.
Brands We've Worked With
4 times the happiness
Legal Aid NSW
Celebrating 25 years of CCAS
Thambar with a Twist
Harris Farm Markets
The Gourmet Potato: Launch + Neil Perry Recipes
Jubilee St Management
'Jali' by Oliver Twist: Live Performance
Westfield Local Heroes: Hurstville 2018