a fresh perspective
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InVision Media is passionate about contributing to a more sustainable, fairer society.

We support the work of global organizations like TEAR, Amnesty International, Vision Africa and the Make Poverty History Campaign.

Locally we invest significant amounts of time, energy and money doing regular and ongoing pro-bono work for various non-profit organizations such as SU Queensland, Teen Challenge, and the Hope Foundation, all of whom do great work with young people in need.

Within our own office we have implemented a number of initiatives to reflect our ethos: Our coffee machine is stocked only with organic Fair-Trade coffee beans, all of our power is bought from renewable energy sources, and we only use recycled paper (which we then recycle again)

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InVision Media is located on Given Terrace in the heart of Paddington, a vibrant café and shopping precinct a stone's throw from the Brisbane CBD. Tucked away between restaurants and boutiques, the crew at InVision Media couldn't be happier.

Our modern post production facility's custom fit-out serves our needs perfectly. We have three comfortable post-production suites with interchangeable terminals, allowing us to route any workstation to any room.

Larger group meetings or brainstorming sessions can be accommodated either in our boardroom or on our rear deck with its hillside view of quaint Queenslander homes.

Our clients and guests are offered off-street parking, and as much freshly made coffee as they can handle courtesy of the professional espresso machine that takes pride of place in our kitchen.


company history


The production group that is now InVision Media began in 1997 as a department of Channel Seven Brisbane called 7Corporate. Over the next three years 7Corporate grew to become an independent production unit with its own dedicated facilities.

In 2001, as part of significant restructuring of the Seven Network's Brisbane operations, 7Corporate was disassociated from the Network and merged with the independent production company InVision Media. New production and post-production facilities were established in Milton, and in January 2002 operations from the new premises commenced.

InVision continued to expand steadily until it outgrew its Milton premises. In July 2005 InVision Media relocated to brand new premises in Paddington where it continues to add staff and clients as it cuts a distinctive niche in the Brisbane production scene.