Thrill seeker and former professional snow boarder Andy Lloyd is the winner of the 160 year old family business Pinetrees Lodge, Lord Howe Island search to find the most talented videographer to film “the most perfect place in the world”.
The position, open to professional and talented amateur film-makers, received interest from videographers as far as New York City. Andy Lloyd from Andy Lloyd Creative has filmed and edited for companies like GoPro, RedBull, V energy drink, Hurley, SkullCandy, KIA Motors and Microsoft.
Andy Lloyd, videographer says: “I will be short of nothing to film at Pinetrees Lodge Lord Howe. I’m excited about the prospect of creating content that will inspire people to go out and explore one of Australia’s World Heritage destinations. Pinetrees at Lord Howe is the perfect backdrop for my office over the next 2 months”.
Luke Hanson, owner of Pinetrees Lodge says; “As a location that doesn’t have mobile coverage, instagram options for visitors and intermittent internet at times, we are committed to providing the best content we can to showcase Pinetrees Lodge at Lord Howe to the world via our social platforms. Our unique location off the coast of NSW, retreats and environment speaks for itself and we want our video content to do the same. We don’t need cheesy hard sell ads, the film clips are about sharing the experience with adventurous visitors looking for a unique holiday .”
With a $1000 per week salary and 2-months living at Pinetrees Lodge, Lord Howe Island over October and November 2014, Andy will produce eight 2 minute video clips to capture the Lord Howe Island and help showcase the Wilderness to Wellness retreats Pinetrees lodge hosts every year.
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