About Us

goodmorningbeautiful is a team of four Australians seeking inspiration, justice and adventure through film and art. We do whatever it takes to find stories from the edge of the world and share them with the global audience. goodmorningbeautiful was founded in Cambodia in 2006 and now has offices in Asia, Africa and Australia.

GMB in petra

GMB in Petra

Our work is worldwide. We have produced award-winning films in some of the world’s least accessible locations. goodmorningbeautiful’s projects range from natural history programmes for major broadcasters, to expeditions following stories that span the world. We have produced commercials, corporates and documentaries as well as cross platform projects unifying traditional, online and mobile screens.

goodmorningbeautiful’s first rule is quality. From there we produce media to fit your purpose and budget. We can be your complete communications solution or hired as crew to fill specific needs. If you are a television broadcaster, NGO, or enterprise looking for high quality media production please contact us in Cambodia, Sierra Leone, or Australia.

Our work is underpinned by a desire to help make a positive change in the world. In this we have discovered a life of travel and storytelling. Every goodmorningbeautiful film is a journey and every job a story, you should come with us.


  • Winner Online Videography, 16th Annual Human Rights Press Awards (2011)
  • First prize from Society of Environmental Journalists for Outstanding Online Reporting (2010), Traveling down the Mekong
  • Highly Commended by the Association for International Broadcasting, for Best cross-media/online production (2010), Traveling down the Mekong
  • Finalist in the min, Editorial and Design Awards (2010), Traveling down the Mekong
  • Artivist Film Festival Opening Night Screening (2010), in Los Angeles, Traveling down the Mekong
  • Jackson Hole Film Festival, Nominee “Best Web Presence” and “Best Use of Web 2.0/ New Media.” Expedition Blue Planet 2009
  • Grand Prix du Bassac, the Environmental Film Festival of Cambodia for the documentary, “Before The Axe Falls”



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