We specialise in:
Digital & online communications including web design & construction, strategy, video, 3D modelling, animation, branding & logo development, graphic design, apps, Google SEO optimisation, online marketing, social networking, photography… everything digital. Some of our past & current work below.
Here’s a mini-showreel we’ve put together featuring snapshots of video work we’ve done and people we work with.
We’re loving creating these series of posters and artwork for WAYJO. VEGAS BABY!!
Design, build and strategy including the main public site, intranet, dedicated brokers site.
TW Creative recently shot and completed a video for PAC Australia to help promote their conference in Karratha. We also did all the music!
TW continues their 15 year relationship with John Torode by discussing strategy, design and recipes… we’re in the middle of designing and developing a new website for John, as well as a little logo… you chan check out the current site here – johntorode.com
TW Creative recently launched the new website for Perth artist Georgi Kay who is currently based in Los Angeles.
TW Creative recently launched the Xpress Magazine website. It went through a complete redesign. We hope to have a long meaningful relationship with these guys cos they’re a great bunch of people. Full of many challenges and logistical conundrums, we still had a fun time!
Grant Nicholas with a Jazzmaster from fellow FEEDER band member Taka Hirose’s ReBirth Custom Guitars collection. TW Creative were honoured to have designed the logo.
TW Creative recently spruced up the website for Manor Homes
TW Creative have recently engineered an iPad online app and administration system for West Australian Hot Rod Promotions Inc. This includes online registration, an integrated database system, and a bespoke designed judging system allowing judges to record all judging scores using an iPad. We’ve been working closely with WAHRP for almost 10 years now.
TW Creative recently developed the branding for ZERO FOOD WASTE. A campaign to reduce food waste across the Food Value Chain in Australia starting with consumers and retailers.
Working closely with our comrades The Mad Empire, who provided the beautiful design, TW handled the production and build of the new site for Romano Homes.
We’ve just designed this bit of branding for Handmade Vintage Kustoms.
Continuing our 7 year journey with the fine folk at PAC Australia. We’re also currently designing and building an integrated online membership system for their members.
TWC made some recent updates to some of Fleetcare’s promotional videos which we help create last year.
Recent updates made for our long time clients Wesley College.
TW Creative are really chuffed to be asked to create a series os posters / artwork for this season’s WAYJO performances. Here’s number one – The Great American Songbook.
Working closely with LGIS and Marketforce, we have been busy designing a new website and online portal for LGIS WA, as well as consulting in user experience and managing content.
City fo Canning. We’ve been working on projects that help celebrate diversity and culture within the City of Canning.
TWC recently shot and created a music video “How How How” for Japanese super-band Muddy Apes. Following and shooting the band on tour in Japan, and then commencing editing on the flight back to Australia, we finally finished the video in time for the final promotions for the final gigs of the tour. Shot entirely on iPhone and edited in iMovie.
TW Creative recently designed and launched a website for State of Kin – family of architects and builders creating prestige homes.
Just launched the first phase of the website for Salt & Company – a new cooking school and venue hire venture. Currently building and integrating a complete online booking, scheduling and payment system. We are really excited to be involved with these guys.
The Hives: websites, digital strategy, cornjacks, basketball…
TW Creative recently created and developed the branding for Australian Men’s Rights Association.
Recent print & digital promo for Japanese Bang the Noise concert.
We’ve been working with Grammy Award winning hit-machine writer and producer John Shanks for the past ten years on all sorts of projects and he’s one of the nicest guys in the business. TWCreative just completed a brand/logo and website.
An icon of funk, TW are very excited to launch a new site for Mr Gary Mudbone Cooper. We tried to represent the importance of Mr Cooper’s past work in such bands as Parliament-Funkadelic, Sly Fox, Parliament, Bootsy’s Rubber Band to name just a few.
SOMO – space of my own (part of the JWH Group) – TW Creative have been busy designing and producing collateral with this great team.
TW Creative recently shot a teaser video for Circuit West to help promote Frank Enstein 2018 – Made by The Farm in collaboration with Co3 Australia.
TW Creative have been helping Landgate get their annual report online.
TW Creative have been working with WA Ballet for 10 years and are currently getting ready for the new season… more soon!
TW Creative under the direction of Suits Consulting build new site for Nudge – a for purpose charity that focuses on getting young people into jobs and training opportunities in various industries throughout WA.
Recent print & digital promo for Japanese Bang the Noise concert.
TW redesigned and built the new website for Poseidon Nickel Limited. We also integrated a secure password protected intranet which includes a multilevelled repository of shared documents accessible by their employees, managers, contractors and HR.
TW Creative recently finished a website for this great new cycle shop on William Street – William Street Cycle Company.
TW Creative recently launched Grow Consultancy’s new website. We also created and developed the branding.
13 Questions We Asked Steve Kilbey
Ladies and gentlemen, Mr Steve Kilbey, singer, song writer, bassist for The Church… producer, poet, painter… smoker…
TW: If you could eat anything right now, what would it be?
SK: A mango iceblock.
TW: If you could trade lives with any person for one day, who would it be and why?
SK: Keith Richarsd in 1969. What a life!
TW: Do you collect anything?
TW: Do you have any scars?
SK: Yes on my forehead and over my left eye.
TW: If you could ask your future self one question what would it be?
SK: Why, Kilbey, why?
TW: Who was the last person to send you a text message?
SK: Dunno. I lost my phone.
TW: Have you ever seen a ghost or experienced a supernatural phenomenon?
TW: What was the last thing you bought online?
SK: Software for mixing.
TW: What’s your most prized possession?
SK: My Fender Jazz Bass.
TW: Are you good at remembering names or faces?
SK: Very good but bad with names.
TW: What title would you like to be addressed by?
SK: Professor Von Kilbey.
TW: If you were a wrestler what would your stage name be, and what would your special move be called?
SK: Killer Kid Kilbey – with the Kilbey Kabong!
TW: Pirate downloads – good, bad or just life?
SK: Good and bad… depending on where you stand.
Thank you Mr Kilbey… great selfie!
We have never worked with Mr Kilbey but he’s an inspiration and a top bloke.
TWC have been involved with Ramsay Health Care for a few years now helping on various project with digital strategy, videos, websites.
Other people we have worked with…
Tom Morello & Street Sweeper Social Club
George Martin & Giles Martin
St Vincent De Paul
The Jim Henson Company