Mohawk Media creates communications, animations, infographics, and elearning content for companies, government & NGOs. We are open for new projects during Level 3, and run a fully remote network with online tools to manage the production process. Contact us for a free consultation.
call: +64 (0)21 183 9697
Our clients include Mental Health Foundation, British High Commission, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Transport, Office of the Privacy Commissioner, NZ Transport Agency, Tohatoha Aotearoa, NZ Drug Foundation, Bay of Plenty Primary Health Organisation, TOAH-NNEST, Internet NZ, Good Sense Marketing, Stats NZ, Electoral Commission, Domain Name Commission, Productivity Commission, New Zealand Racing Board, NZ Council for Educational Research.
Mohawk Media is a Whānau friendly company run from our Cuba Street HQ with a network of experts from Wellington to Waitakere. We work with a team of talented illustrators, animators and voice artists in English & te reo Māori.
Helen heads up the creative team with a background in training, online and broadcast media. She built her first website in 1994, was a technology commentator on Afternoons for Radio New Zealand and digital columnist for 10 years at the Big Idea.
Helen has judged the YahooNZ Digital Strategy Awards, NZ Startup Weekends and sat on advisory boards for Digital NZ & Creative Commons Aotearoa. She has lectured and run workshops at tertiary and commercial organisations across New Zealand and was a Teaching Fellow at Victoria University in Wellington.
Before moving back to New Zealand, she developed and taught the first accredited Internet Training course in the UK, and was founding Editor of ‘KnowledgeBoard’ an award-winning Knowledge Management & Innovation Community of Practice for the European Commission.
Chelfyn heads up the technical production team and has been producing animation for games, online and TV over twenty years.
He was a science and technology commentator on Afternoons for Radio New Zealand, and created cutting-edge 3D content for award-winning documentary series Longitude & Body Story (UK), and Decoding Dyslexia (TVNZ)