Hold up your hand and count your fingers (no, fold away your thumb). That’s the core group of Four Leg. A team of professional video crafts-people who turn water into wine. We keep ourselves lean because we know when we work together, our many legs move in unison.
No kidding, video is our oxygen. It’s an obsession. We sleepwalk with a camera slung.
What we know is that video content is at its best when the concept is simple but the impact is profound.
So enough about us. What can we do for you?
Blake Fraser is an award-winning screenwriter and director based in Sydney who grew up in a filmmaking family. His avid interest in drawing and the arts gained him an entrance into the prestigious National Art School (NAS) from 2000-2002.
After graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in photography, he went onto work professionally as a storyboard artist alongside studying acting and working in theatre and television across Australia and New Zealand.
In 2011, he attended the Australian Film Television and Radio School studying directing. His graduating film “Recon 6” was shortlisted for the Berlinale in 2012 and screened at Fantastic Fest, which he followed up with a coming of age short “Big City Lights” which played at the St Kilda Film Festival in 2013.
Since then he has worked professionally as a director for advertisements, music clips and comedy sketches for a live comedy show called Bonus Stage. His latest short film, “Jim’s a Pineapple” is currently doing its festival run playing at SICFF, Indie Fest, Tally Shorts and Friday First Festival.
His first foray into short form, “Patricia Moore” was invited to MIPTV as a finalist for the digital short form series pitch in 2017 and was commissioned as an original Blackpills series for 2018.
Chris is an award-winning producer, director and cinematographer. In early 2018, Chris produced a short-form 10x10 series titled 'Patricia Moore' with European streaming service Blackpills.
Chris’ formal education in the industry started with a Diploma in Screen at North Sydney TAFE and after a few years of working on-set for several television networks, was followed up with a bachelors degree in Digital Media at UNSW’s College of Fine Arts.
Chris then went on to work with various boutique video production companies where he learnt the ins and outs of creative agencies and large blue chips organisations creating TVCs and online content for clients like The Commonwealth Bank, LinkedIn, Telstra, HP, Deloitte and WWF.
Having worked on production as a producer, DOP, AD and editor for many years Chris has a sound technical background, a strong business acumen and is the glue that keeps the team together.
Producing 'Patricia Moore' is one of Chris’ proudest achievements to date.