Australian Government Whaling Footage - Sea Shepherd

In 2008, the Australian Government sent their customs vessel, the M/V Oceanic Viking, to the Southern Ocean Whale Sanctuary to document the illegal operations of the Japanese whaling fleet. The footage that they captured was hidden from the public eye until 2017, when Sea Shepherd obtained the raw media through a Freedom Of Information (FOI) request.

The short video, shared through Sea Shepherds social media channels to encourage people to the website.

Fair Projects worked with Sea Shepherd over several months to plan and produce a media package which included 2 videos and a website which would host the media, as well as providing a historical and political context for the project. 

The longer video, which outlines the entire communication strategy of the project.

The project was launched on Tuesday, the 28th of November, and received mainstream media coverage as well as a large online response.

To learn more about the project, visit our project page by clicking here. To visit the project specific website, visit

'Operation Pahu' launches - Sea Shepherd New Zealand

Sea Shepherd New Zealand has just announced their first campaign, and we made the launch video for it, which you can check out below:

The launch video for 'Operation Pahu'

Along with the video, we made the campaign website, which introduces the audience to the issue whilst explaining Sea Shepherd's strategy in defending and protecting the Pahu (also known as Hector's dolphins).

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The homepage of the website, which details the project and hosts the film and related media. Click here to see it.

To find out more about the project, check out our project page on 'Operation Pahu' by clicking here.

Second Chance Animal Rescue

We've just completed our work on a new video for Second Chance Animal Rescue (SCAR), which will be used to assist them in the launch of their new website. Check it out!

Their mission is to enrich the lives of companion animals by reducing overpopulation, increasing adoptions and engaging the hearts, hands and minds of the community. First and foremost, they offer thousands of unwanted cats and dogs a second chance at a happy life in new forever homes.

Find out more about SCAR by visiting their website at

Meet Phoenix - Companions Not Commodities

Today we announce the launch of an exciting new project that we've been working on with Companions Not Commodities, a group that aims to raise awareness about issues relating to Greyhound racing in Australia.

Earlier this year we held a photoshoot with Phoenix, a lucky dog rescued from the racing industry having been abandoned and destined for death. The photos we took were used for a billboard, which was erected earlier this week on Hoddle Street, Melbourne.


The billboard on the corner of Hoddle and Roseneath Street, Melbourne. 

Along with the billboard, we created this video, which focuses on Phoenix, but tells the story of the lives of tens of thousands of dogs each year in the racing industry.

To find out more about this project, click here, and to find out more about Companions Not Commodities, visit their website by clicking here.

Launch of 'Jeedara': trailer for upcoming documentary.

Today we launched the trailer and accompanying website for the upcoming documentary, 'Jeedara', which we are producing for Sea Shepherd Australia and The Great Australian Bight Alliance.

The trailer for the upcoming film, to be released on Earth Day 2017.

As well as documenting the campaign, Fair Projects worked alongside Sea Shepherd Australia to create the website for the hosting of the film. We are also producing a photo-book celebrating the campaign, which will be available for sale upon the premiere of the documentary. Both the film and the book will be used to assist Sea Shepherd raise funds to continue their fight for the Bight.

The homepage of the website, which details the project and hosts the film and related media. Click here to see it.
The cover of the photo book that Fair Projects produced for the campaign. It's not yet released, but will be soon!

To find out more about the project, check out our project page on 'Operaiton Jeedara' by clicking here.