Testimonials about our video stories
Theo Clark describes himself as a 'video story teller', someone who takes memories, memorabilia, and the interwoven tales and pulls them together in his digital workshop. Theo came to prominence in the west through his emotional tribute to the Warren Rugby Club - GEOFF MANN, ABC Radio.
Videographer Theo Clark of Theo Clark Media captured everything and more - KAREN WILLIS HOLMES Blog
Theo Clark Media records the extraordinary things that ordinary people do. For over a decade, we have been recording great Australian stories on video, from tales of the Kokoda Track and Burma Railway, to Wallaby tours of old, rugby club histories in the city and in the bush, schools histories, club histories, family histories and more. To record your history on video, contact us today.
We Had to Bloody Win: Kokoda Remembered by Fred Westphal
Thank you for this video [about Kokoda]. Out of the many docos my Year 10 students have watched, this by far really impacted them the most. Real experiences and sentiments shared by a hero - Katherine Kovacic (YouTuber & Teacher)
Elvira Cuschieri Family History
The whole family spanning 4 generations will have an enduring memory of my mother, Elvira , due mainly to the exceptional quality of Theo’s work in interviewing Elvira and capturing her life on video utilising my late father Bill’s home movie collection spanning over 60 years... even I learnt new things I wasn’t aware of - Charles Cuschieri.
Commissioning this work by Theo was one of my better decisions in life, which was done only months before her health deteriorated requiring the difficult decision to move her into aged care - Charles Cuschieri.
From an Ace to a Puma: 60 Years of Warren Rugby
It was an absolute thrill to be involved with Theo and to see his diligence and passion for any project that he tackles - Gordon Bray, broadcaster.
Bravo!! Bravo!! "From an Ace to a Puma" is a masterpiece. Professional, revealing and as close to the real thing as you can get -JJ Noonan, Warren Rugby Club President.
Sometimes the Best Ever: The Story of the 1966/7 Wallabies
The players, relatives and families mingled, before heading upstairs to watch Theo Clark's documentary.They laughed, cried- especially when deceased colleagues appeared on the big screen - and finally applauded the first episode of a fine three-part documentary - GREG GROWDEN, ESPN rugby writer, 2017.
It's A Jolly Good Story All The Same: The History of Lane Cove Rugby
Thank you... The love of sport draws people together in a wondrous way - Dame MARIE BASHIR, Governor of New South Wales.
A fantastic DVD - HOLDINGS BITS, NSW Suburban Rugby Union newsletter.
It's a Jolly Good Story All The Same" is an Australian story, professionally produced - JIM DAVIS, Rugby News.
Great production and great production values - JOHNNY BAY, Baypond Productions & ex-NSW Waratah.
The View from 62: Remembering Riverview 1955-1962
The View from 62" is a breakthrough. A commemorative film that is also utterly professional and historically sharp and enlightening - GERARD WINDSOR, author, critic.
What you've achieved is remarkable... a unique memoir... compliments on a major achievement - MEL MORROW, Popinjay Productions.
It is hard to speak more highly of this video... a sort of compressed sociological audio-visual essay that captures, on several levels, a time and culture that has now receded into history. You wouldn’t normally see something like this outside the highly funded programs that the ABC’s documentary people used to produce - PAUL JOHNSON, Class of '62 Reunion Committee.
The director's eye for talent, his subtle and often quite beautiful settings, his sense of context, his neat segues, his lively variations, his neat and even ironic balances and juxtapositions, mark this as the work of a very artistic and intelligent craftsman - GERARD WINDSOR, author & critic.
I thought it was terrific... especially the bit about me!!!! - BOB CONNOLLY, multi-award winning, Oscar nominated producer/director (First Contact, 1983) .