A long time ago, in a city not so far away, there was a street. It was of medium length, not too big or too small but just right. They say all roads lead to Rome, but in reality they go where they want and you don't have a choice in the matter. So this road, aka street lead to a house.
We started in 2005 creating podcasts for our own entertainment in a share house situated on Joffre Street. The house was made up of the usual riff-raff, but also a seed for adventure. This adventure turned into Joffre Street Productions. Commercially we started offering our services in November 2005 and now we continue to make media for clients around the world in a variety of industries.
A variety of things, but in 2015 we move from away from web and audio production to concentrate on photo and video production more heavily.
Over the years people moved on, living arrangements have changed and while we don't have the house on Joffre anymore, the name is still the same. We like to believe that there is someone new living in the old house, finding that seed of adventure within its walls.
Joffre Street Productions is the outlet for Bruce Moyle's work. He was born, raised and generally tried not to get in trouble in Tasmania, Australia.
With a Bachelor of Computing from UTAS, he has been actively avoiding working in the IT industry since 2012.
In 2016 Bruce started focusing heavily on photography and join the Australian Institute of Professional Photography.
A few things, but you know mums, if we are staying out of trouble, it's all good.
We help manage the biggest pop culture expo in Australia - Supanova Pop Culture Expo
We ran an international award winning podcast called (Cool) Shite on the Tube - Mum isn't proud of the language used within the show.
We have had images published in Hit & Miss Magazine, Five on Five USA, Frankie, Scoop (WA), Vertigo Comics, Gestalt Comics, DC Comics, The Examiner (Fairfax - Tasmania), ABC, Radio Australia, Daily Mail UK, Huffington Post (Italy), RTZ (German TV), University of Tasmania, Design Tasmania, Grand Designs Australia and Jam Factory South Australia just to name a few.
Bruce became a accredited professional photography with AIPP in 2016
Bruce became Associate of AIPP in 2018
In 2018 the portrait Imperfect Perfect was awarded the highest scoring print at Australian Professional Photography Awards (APPA) in portrait category.
In 2018 and 2019, Bruce was finalist for Australia Professional Portrait Photographer of the Year.