Our Team

If two men on a job agree all the time, then one is useless. If they disagree all the time, then both are useless.

Meet the Team

Wes D'Arcy Producer/Director

With years of experience in production, Wes is the Creative Director, our head honcho and a veteran of the trade, He oversees all projects from start to finish to make sure you receive nothing but the highest standard of work.

Craig D'Arcy Production/Sound Design

Rivalling Arnold himself, Craig is the machine that keeps the office engines going full steam and will often be your first point of contact when it comes to video. With a diverse history in management & audio production and many awards in advertising in his home country of Ireland, Craig is a self proclaimed "Boss Dogg".

Cara Bridgett Administration

Cara is our bean counter! Thankfully to her, we all get paid on a weekly basis and we love her for it, mostly on Friday mornings. But don't think she's a push over, she carries around an axe in her boot and she's not afraid to use it!! (gulp)

Agnes Pelczar Lead Designer

In looking for the best we didn't end our search in Perth, our Polish-born Graphic Designer Agnes has years of freelance experience and delivers work of the highest calibre. Agnes works closely with our video team to give her expert opinion on each of our video productions to keep inline with your brand and product.

Rakib Erick Post production/Editor

Rakib comes to us via Bangladesh. With a degree from ECU in Film & Video and Advertising he was a worthy candidate for 2gether Studios. Rakib also has a beard! (it must be a video thing). He's also got a weird haircut, it's long and short all at the same time. I've asked him what does he ask for from the barber, "Can you cut my hair long, short" Weird!!! But that's why he fits in.

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