Tom Andronas Producer – video | radio | print | photo+61 412 371 466


Since 2010 I’ve been telling stories in video.

There is an old marketing adage that says, “people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it”. I believe that everybody and every business has a story to tell and the best way to give your audience or prospective client an insight to your reason for being – your why – is to let your story speak for itself.

I can work with you to develop the best way to convey your story, script it, film it, edit it and publish it online, as well as distribute it via social media.

I shoot full 1080HD video that can be used in countless applications, including online, in presentations, or on the big screen.

In 2015 I was commissioned by international infrastructure development firm Reeves International to help them tell the story of their Honiara Library Project. They had been contracted by the Solomon Islands government to design and build twenty libraries attached to primary schools in the Honiara city district. The libraries are the first of their kind in the Solomon Islands and give students and teachers unrestricted access to books for the first time:

The Hellenic Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry is the foremost representative body for the Hellenic-Australian business and professional community. As a member of the HACCI Operations Committee, I help HACCI tell their stories:

The Children’s Protection Society has been operating continuously for more than 125 years and aims to break the cycle of abuse and neglect in families. Situated in West Heidelberg, in Melbourne’s north, the CPS centre is the only one of its kind. Each year the CPS holds a fundraising lunch that has successfully raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the Society’s work. Each year, I help them convey their message:

There are lots of different ways to tell a story, but I believe the most important thing is to allow the story to tell itself.

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