So many stories to tell

As passionate film makers, every frame is an opportunity to tell your story

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Woven Motion offer film and video production in Byron Bay, the surrounding areas and beyond. We are truly passionate about creating video content that tells your story. Whether that is a short film, television commercial (TVC), documentary, online branded content, wedding film or music video we want to help you share your story. We take your project from initial concept through to finished deliverables.

As important as the finished product, so too is the relationship we build with you along the way. We recognise that at the heart of a every good relationship is good communication. We aim to bring sincerity and fun to the process of telling your story.

The Team

If two Zacks are better than one, then two Zacks and a Dylan is definitely the winning combination. As well as working together, we like to geek out about films, go skateboarding and adventuring around beautiful Byron Bay and the surrounding countryside.

Zac Lovett

Zac is a self taught film maker who has worked as a graphic designer for over 10 years. During that time he has worked for himself, an advertising agency, a multimedia company, a local tourism magazine and helped grow a successful family e-commerce business. He somehow also managed to help grow three small humans, with his partner, whom he lives with in Mullumbimby. Having dabbled in film for over 5 years, in 2016 Zac turned what started out as an enthusiastic hobby, into a dedicated passion for film making.

Zak Pitter

Zak was born in London in the 80’s and was raised in Hawaii.

He travelled and lived between Bali, Glastonbury, Hawaii & Australia until his early 20’s, and was exposed to a variety of cultures and lifestyles that contributed to his natural flare for style, authentic self expression, and individuality.

Many friends were made, coconuts drunk, seas swum in, rice paddy’s woven between and festivals enjoyed.

All of this was pre social media, so his only way of documenting his travels was on disposable cameras & his trusty Sony vx, capturing tons of skate footage and all manner of crazy adventures, giving him a keen eye for artistic composition, and atmosphere.

Zak was part of the Bristol, UK skate scene circa 90’s/00’s and was involved in the making of various skate films, including Fifty Fifty’s Jus Foolin’.

Craving sunnier climates, Zak migrated to Australia with his wife & children.

His life long passion for skateboarding, and a need to create, eventually lead him to establish FREE MAN Skateboarding with his friend, Zac.

With Dylan on board FREE MAN Skateboarding created their first short film, Coffee Run, which debuted in march 2015.

The film received 15,000 views on Facebook within days and it became clear the three of them made a good team and could offer a unique set of skills between them.

Woven Motion was born.

Dylan Kai Harris

Dylan’s passion for film started at a young age when he would make short films with his friends after school. This led to a film degree at Griffith Film School in Brisbane, during which he did an exchange year in Nagoya, Japan to study Japanese cinema and culture. His fascination with East Asian Cinema and love for Nintendo led to fluency in Japanese. After writing and directing ‘Ignition‘ in 2014, a short film which screened at film festivals including Festival De Cannes, Film lead Dylan around the world working on exciting projects, Including; dropping a car on a trampoline in a TVC for Vuly Trampolines, going on tour with the Osaka skateboarding team and shooting video game documentaries in San Francisco. From 2015 to early 2017 Dylan worked at The University of Queensland teaching film and shooting their commercial videos. Now part of ‘Woven Motion’, Dylan continues to look for new and interesting projects to be a part of.

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