Brett Clements, the international award-winning Producer & Director, and the guy who pioneered online video marketing for the real estate industry in Australia, maybe even the world, with Propvid, kicks it to the next level on Monday, with the launch of Australia's first real video portal for Gold Coast real estate.
With film studios, and edit suites in Broadbeach and the West End, Clements
now believes he
has the creative firepower base to take lifestyle and property marketing to the next level.
From a guy who has won more awards for tourism, television and advertising, his
next play is something to watch closely.
I know Brett
up close and personal.
just ramping up.
The next few months are going to be mind-blowing.
But from somebody who has produced over 3 billion in entertainment and information content over a 30 year career, we've come to expect the extraordinary.
has enjoyed a thoroughly rewarding 28-year career in the national & international media, entertainment & advertising industries.
has created, produced & managed multi-platform sales & marketing campaigns for everything from entire countries (Australia, Thailand & New Zealand) to his
own entertainment concepts for TV shows & games, many of which have been local & international hits.
created & directed the 'Real Slice of Heaven' TV, Cinema & print campaign for New Zealand which increased inbound tourism by 10%.
With Roadshow Entertainment
successfully marketed his Video Board Game Nightmare
in 7 languages to sales of 3.5 million units while his
extreme sports series Just For The Record (Network 10) sold to 55 territories.
For Nightmare, he
teamed with Pepsi
to create the most successful on-can promotion in the Southern Hemisphere since Michael Jackson, generating 150,000 in responses & attracted a sell-out crowd of 15,000 to Australia's Wonderland for a Nightmare Halloween dance party.
put the Gatekeeper on the Jumbotrons at Time's Square
& Toronoto's Superdome.
Granted Alien of Extraordinary Ability visa status, he
spent three years working in Los Angeles, creating & successfully licensing the underwater adventure series The Aquanauts to Discovery's Animal Planet.
would spend almost a year filming underwater on locations through the Americas before returning to Australia to creatively helm an internet casting portal called showcache & establish two IT companies.
He resigned as Director & sold his shares following the untimely death of his business partner 18 months ago, took up surfing & spent the time since creating (a few more games & some TV shows) while searching for opportunities more compatible with a lifestyle that sees him in the water at least once a day.