The Geelong Honours Them Project has enjoyed wonderful support from community based organisations, professional individuals, small businesses and production companies. The project supporters (listed below), almost exclusively from the Geelong region creative sector, have delivered a range of products and services to support the online digital access to the WW1 Honour Boards.
Bellarine Camera Club Inc.
The Bellarine Camera Club was established in July 2009 and prides itself on being an informal, enthusiastic and friendly club which extends a warm welcome to anyone with an interest in photography.
Corio Bay Camera Club
Originally formed in 1954 as the Ford Camera Club by a group of Ford employees, the Corio Bay Camera Club (est.1977) encourage membership from all age groups and skill levels and provides a friendly atmosphere where members and visitors can socialise and improve their photographic skills.
Geelong Camera Club Inc.
Geelong Camera Club has been a gathering place for Geelong’s photographers since 1889 and is dedicated to promoting photography as an art and as a leisure time activity.
Nicole Marie Photography
Specialising in government sector and community-based projects, events and portraits, Nicole Marie is a documentary photographer servicing Geelong and the Surf Coast, Victoria.
Paul Kelly Creative
Paul Kelly Creative is a boutique one-stop shop for any small, medium or large business. Logo development, branding, collateral, digital, marketing campaigns, website design and development all managed under the one roof. The local Geelong agency thrives on startups and brand refreshes through to getting businesses or campaigns online. A friendly agency with over 15 years of ideas.
Good Gravy Media
Good Gravy Media is a Melbourne based video production agency that specialises in producing standout creative content and strategy. Good Gravy Media helps businesses thrive with engaging stories, creative thinking and video marketing.