Wintec talent proves to be the Best

Congratulations to Alan Deare, Mark Purdom, Shari Baker, and Luke McConnell for being nominated in 2016’s Best Awards, and for attaining […]

Creating a Spark : Megan Lyon

Spark Festival Director, Megan Lyon, was featured by The Big Idea recently for her work on the festival which celebrates […]

Solo : St Peter’s Cathedral becomes a work of art

Wintec tutors Luke McConnell & Jordan Foster have teamed up on an exciting projection installation entitled ‘SOLO’. Solo is a […]


Wintec is privileged to be the benefactor of Olivia Mead’s Honours Project as part of her Bachelor of Media Arts (Hons) in Communication. […]

Don Driver: Magician

Paul Judge’s significant documentary Don Driver: Magician, about the career and works of one of New Zealand’s best known artists, […]

David Sidwell Goes To Chile

David Sidwell was part of a Wintec Habitat for Humanity team heading to Chile in March 2015, and shares some images from the experience here.

Interactive dance performance on video

Joe Citizen and Black Sheep Productions presented the interactive dance performance {presence} at the Hamilton Gardens. Watch it on video here.

Evolver album a hit for Bannister

Calls from interviewers and chart updates have been interrupting Matthew Bannister’s essay marking recently, but it’s for a good cause. His personal take on the Beatles’ classic Revolver, niftily named Evolver, is quietly carving out a fanbase and hit number 14 on the ‘NZ Album’ charts in its first week of release.
Bannister is a lecturer and postgraduate theory supervisor at Wintec’s School of Media Arts and has been a Beatles fan since he was ‘knee-high to a record player’.