Griffin and Kernick documentaries coming up

Posted Monday 24 Jun 2019

Viv Kernick alerted us to a Q+A with her partner Kirsty Griffin, published on Design Assembly, about how Kirsty got into the industry and what keeps her rolling. Click here to read the interview
Meanwhile, the hardworking couple has just finished a 60-minute documentary called House of Champions, about three residents of The Supported Life Style Hauraki Trust who are training and competing at the Special Olympics in Wellington, while Viv herself is currently editing a short documentary the duo shot in Thames and on the Chatham Islands.

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VIDEO SLOT Celeste from Amy Street

Posted Monday 24 Jun 2019

We're heading to Amy Street for this week's Video Slot, to meet the fun-loving, theatrical Celeste, who spends her days surrounded by friends and flatmates. On the occasions where she needs some alone time, she enjoys setting herself up in her beautiful room, and watching back episodes of her favourite soap operas. Celeste is a resident of the Supported Life Style Hauraki Trust on Amy Street, Thames, and one of eight residents profiled in the wonderful award-winning webseries Amy Street, directed by Kirsty Griffin and Viv Kernick and produced by their company Bella Pacific Media.

Celeste Osterman

Celeste Osterman

IMAGE/ amystreet.net