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About me
Think Loco is a production agency in Melbourne run by me, Luisa Mirabilio. I have worked within film industry as a Broadcast Producer, DOP, Cinematographer, Photographer and Editor for over 10 years. When a project requires more than one person, I call on some very talented individuals to come on board as my crew.

I facilitate the creative process from initial concept right through to distribution for a wide range of formats including;
- Documentaries                        - Music videos - Events
- Broadcast TV                           - Feature films - Digital media
- Corporate videos                     - Photography                                   

With an extensive background in music, education and film I have a comprehensive understanding of both the corporate and non-profit sectors and their respective needs. I specialise in fast turnaround content required for events and live broadcast TV and I'm no stranger to stunts and getting my hands dirty for the sake of nailing a shot... which includes riding on top of cars in the desert, hanging out of windows and off dangerous cliffs and entering crocodile infested waters. 

Agency work

I have most recently worked at creative agencies including Chocolate Studios and Wellcom Worldwide to facilitate corporate and advertising campaigns for Target, Kmart, David Jones, the Victorian Government, Lumo, Vic Roads, Grocon, The Big Issue, Dodo, Shopkins and Jenny Craig - to name a few.

Tech stuff
I use everything from the ARRI, Sony F5, BlackMagic to 5D and C300 Canon kits (depending on the job required) along with a combination of dollies, sliders and stabilisation rigs. Additional equipment can be sourced for larger productions such as cinema cameras, drones, jibs, cranes and tracking dollies. Post-production is carried out using Adobe Creative Suite and graded using Da Vinci Resolve. 

Our content gets noticed
Our Shitbox Rally footage has been broadcast across the country on National Geographic Channel, Channel Ten (The Project), Network Seven (Sunrise) and Channel Nine (60 Minutes). Our Tram Sessions music videos gained both national and international coverage in newspapers and broadcast TV. Footage filmed for various Sony Music artists have gone to feature in music videos and televised retrospective specials and the content I have made for RMIT University has been included in their national and international advertising campaigns in Australia, Vietnam, Mexico and Singapore.

I recognise that no two projects are the same so I provide quotes based on your budget and unique desired outcomes. All projects are different and tailor made to each client so please contact me for a chat and quote.