We specialise in up-skilling people in           Participatory Media. 

What is Participatory Media?

It is media where the audience can play an active role in the process of collecting, reporting, analysing and sharing content. 

The Story Catchers specialise in developing and delivering projects and trainings to up skill communities to create participatory media content. The content created can be used in a variety of ways from community engagement to using it as part of Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting processes.

The Story Catchers has worked with many organisation to up-skilling individuals in creating Participatory Media content. 

Projects in production

Right on Track - Participatory Media M&E project for a Indigenous Youth at Risk in Rural Victoria 

On the Right Track - Participatory Media M&E project for a DPTI Indigenous Licensing program through out the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands

Champions Academy - Participatory Media Reporting project in Rural Resilience on the Eyre Peninsula

Scope Global  - Australian Volunteers for International Development Participatory Media Project

Organisations that have used our services

Department of Environment Water Natural Resources (DEWNR)

Scope Global

Adelaide International Bird Sanctuary

Adelaide City Council

Connecting up Australia 

Australian Science Communicators

University of South Australia (UNISA)

The Australian Wine Research Institute 

South Australian Murray Darling Basin Natural Resource Management Board

Country Arts South Australia

Mid Murray Council

Champions Academy 

Marion Council

Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) 

TEDxAdelaide

Over the course of 6 months The Story Catchers - Inspireevery1 Productions worked with a community group in Arno Bay on the South Australian Eyre Peninsular to help them document their journey whist participating in the Champions Academy. Workshops where conducted in following: Using your iPad as a media creation tool How to tell a great story with an image Image Framing and Capture The importance of great audio and how to catch it Interview techniques Some great questions to ask. The participants visually captured their journey over the past 6 months on their iPads, which was edited into this little documentary