Climate change has increased both the frequency and intensity of natural disasters around the world, including; floods, bushfires, droughts and other extreme weather events. Australia and New Zealand have experienced this firsthand. The environmental and human impact has been devastating, and it requires an ongoing commitment to help rebuild the places that are most affected.
Levi’s® and Habitat for Humanity Australia® have come together with tradespeople, volunteers and the local community to unearth why Work Means More as well as the resilient ways of those people who are most affected by natural disasters.
Agency - Monster Children Creative
Creative Director: Matt Pike
Account Manager: Ben Murgatroyd
Designer: Jye Kwong
Production - Monster Children Films
Director: Lincoln Caplice
DOP: Andrew Gough
Executive Producer: Jamil Hassan
Producer: Sally Quade
Photographer: Chris Searl
Photo Assistant: Isa Sanchez
1st AC: Thomas Rolfe
2nd AC: Tom Cole
2nd Unit Camera Operator: Chris Moore
Sound Recordist: Martin Cox
Editor: Lincoln Caplice
Colourist: Fergus Rotherham
Music Composition: Rennie Adams
Sound Post Production: Sonar Music
Additional footage: Sky High Productions
Additional Fire Footage: Dave
Special thanks to Elisabeth for sharing her story and opening her home to us, and the whole team from Habitat for Humanity Australia.