Rhythm Creative Content celebrates First Birthday with revamped website and team

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Rhythm Creative Content celebrates First Birthday with revamped website and team

After a positive first year of operations, Rhythm Creative Content is launching a revamped website full of award winning work and have announced its official roster of versatile directors.


Rhythm co-founder Adam Rule heads up the creative team and is fresh off winning a pair of PADC Diamond Skulls for direction and editing. Matsu, (a fellow PADC Diamond Skull winner for photography), is now represented by Rhythm locally for direction and cinematography work. Rounding out the senior roster is John McGovarin, another all-rounder who specialises in direction and post production.

Says Adam, “Our creative department has come a long way over the last 6 months. John and Matsu are talented filmmakers who bring a serious commitment to telling quality stories and building brands.”

Underneath the senior creative team sit three new creatives, each with a unique speciality, who are earning their stripes and producing great quality work.

Says Rhythm co-founder Gemma Rule, “Here at Rhythm we have a very high standard with everything we do. Our processes, our management team and our creatives all work tirelessly to produce work that exceeds expectations for our clients. Passion is a large part of our make-up and culture, and the junior creatives share that same commitment to the craft.”

The management side of the company has also grown with the recent appointments of agency producer Jess Parker, and account manager Amber Sims.

Jess has worked in film and television for 5 years on a variety of projects for a number of Australia’s leading production companies and her own company, No Labels, for music videos and narrative based work. Amber comes to Rhythm from Sydney via a 6 month stint at Screenwest.

With a solid background in event production, brand marketing and TV production, Amber is the perfect compliment to Jess and Gemma, with all three possessing the laser focus and attention to detail needed to keep the creative team in check.

“As we hit our one year anniversary we are positioning ourselves to move into some new territories. In terms of the advertising side of our business, one of our drivers has always been to work with the top creatives in Perth. With our growing experience with all scales of production we are hoping to crack into the mainstream TVC market over the next 12 months” says Adam.

Check out the latest Rhythm work at www.rhythmcontent.com.au