Evelyn’s Story was created by Oxfam, with a dedicated team of filmmakers, creative, producers and composers, led by Director Dave Denneen.


Alt.vfx is a creative content studio with expertise in high-end visual effects, animation and virtual reality.

Their VR division – Alt.R&D – functions as a “VR facilitation” studio, the kind of studio that can help produce creative ideas for any project, as well as shoot content via their in-house team of award-winning talent. On top of that, they can handle all aspects of the post production process for VR or 360, including additional VFX, editing, grading and finishing.

Alt’s custom-built VR camera rig

Alt’s VR team handcrafted a state of the art, custom-built VR rig to shoot full stereo virtual reality content and films. It offers live view, ambiosonic audio capture, stereo 360 at 4K, synchronised cameras with micro 4/3’rds sensors allowing for excellent low light performance, and all packed up in a custom designed lightweight casing for ease of use on location.

On the Evelyn’s Story shoot in Kenya, the camera was manned by their award-winning Director of Photography, Sean Ryan, and The Don designer and VR Technical Director, Raymond Leung.

Alt’s custom-designed VR editing suite

Alt now has a full VR post production system installed in their Sydney studio, with live grading and editing facilities alongside experienced editors and colourists. The new system allows for live grading and colour correction in a 360 space, and can work with any type of content, either 360 video or full CG environments, giving any potential project team the opportunity to view and manipulate content in real time.

To discuss the potential for your next project, contact Senior Producer Tyrone Estephan.



Founded by David Denneen, director of Evelyn’s Story, Filmgraphics continues to mentor a diverse pool of talented filmmakers who are dedicated to making a difference to every project that comes their way, whether it is a television commercial, branded entertainment, music clip, feature or short film. The industry has changed radically since Filmgraphics started, but the fact that they are still going strong after 40 years attests that they have adapted to the new order but still maintain high production values no matter what the budget is.

Filmgraphics has become a brand synonymous with excellence and creativity and has won nearly every award, including an Academy Award for Best Animated Short Film called “Leisure”. The production team, led by EP Anna Fawcett, ensures that every project gets the backup of years of experience and the full attention of the company.


We Love Jam

With studios in both Sydney and Cape Town, We Love Jam Studios is a music composition and sound design house dedicated to creating unique and award winning music and sound. We Love Jam Studios is proud to present a diverse portfolio of work across film, television, advertising, live performance, digital and gaming.

They share ideas. They inspire one another. They do great work.

We Love Jam Studios are industry leaders in the VR and binaural sound realm, with many recent 360-degree projects capturing incredible moments and making them accessible to anyone, at any time. We Love Jam Studios are thrilled to be part of this digital movement, changing the way people see and hear the world around them.



The production of Evelyn’s Story was led by Victoria Sichler, Head of Content Strategy and Brand at Oxfam Australia and Executive Producer on the film. Her team included Maureen Bathgate and Mika Tran who both worked as producers on the film, discovered the true story featured in the film and scouted locations. Mika Tran also led the crew to Kenya and was the First Assistant Director. Thanks to Adam Walsh, Head of Supporter Development who provided advice and support during the making of the film.

This virtual reality film will be used by Oxfam around the world to show the incredible impact we can have with the help of our generous supporters, tackling poverty together.



Oxfam would like to thank the women, men and children from Turkana, Kenya for their support and participation in the making of this film and for generously sharing their stories, experiences and lives with us.

Created by

Oxfam, Filmgraphics, Alt.vfx


David Denneen, Filmgraphics

On Set Director

Steve Callen, Filmgraphics


Sean Ryan, Alt.vfx

Executive Producers

Anna Fawcett, Filmgraphics

Victoria Sichler, Oxfam

Tyrone Estephan,  Alt.vfx


Maureen Bathgate, Oxfam

Mika Tran, Oxfam



1st Assistant Director, Mika Tran, Oxfam

Field Producer, Natalia Mroz, Filmgraphics

Director of Photography, Sean Ryan, Alt.vfx

VR Technologist, Raymond Leung, Alt.vfx

Creative Director, Scott Hignett, Alt.vfx

Translator/Assistant Director, John Erupe, Oxfam

Stills Photographer, Nichole Sobecki, Panos Pictures


Creative Director, Scott Hignett, Alt.vfx

VR Producer, Tyrone Estephan, Alt.vfx

VFX Supervisor, Raymond Leung, Alt.vfx

Film Editor, Matt Bennett, Alt.vfx

Colourist, Billy Wychgel

Compositors, Phil Outen, Murray Smallwood, Joseph Hensen, Mick Harkin and Nick Chong

VFX Assistants, Josh Kell and Toby Duffy

Sound Design, Andrew Stevenson, We Love Jam Studios

Music Composition, Hylton Mowday, We Love Jam Studios

English Narration, Tamasha Grace Waweru


Country Director, Sumananjali Mohanty

Turkana Programme Manager, Rose Tino Otim

WASH Adviser, Simeon Ogamba

Communication and Information Advisor, Joyce Kabue

Logistics, Bernard Ng’etich and Kennedy Obock

Public Health Engineer Team Leader, Sepharinus Owino

Oxfam Public Health Promoter, John Erupe

Drivers, David Namii, Mark Kalale, Omar Toili


Evelyn, Stella, Mary, Sister Joyce Muasya, Bobinson Gitari.

Margaret Akiru, Mariam Ekori, Margaret Nangolol, Jacinta Nawoton, Jacinta Liwan Lokorodi, Ruth Kole, Martha Eyanae, Veronica Ekwar, Sarah Akuleu, Regina Eyanae, John Lomare. Local students and community members.

Traditional songs used with permission from the local Turkana community.


Turkana County Government, The Teachers of the Girls School and Head Teacher – Clement Losiru, Local Water Service Providers Committee and Chair Lady – Teresa Ekuwam, Head Chief Mr Pius Chuchu Nakonyi, Village Chief – Francis Ngiukoi, Village Chief – Mr Joseph Atach, Davis & Shirtliff, Plumber – David Ichom, Additional Driver – Peter Elim Idoka, Kenya Film Commission. Film Agent Kenneth Jura, Producer with LightBox Africa


For press and PR enquiries, please contact Mark Millar at Alt.vfx mark@altvfx.com or +61 2 9199 8008, or Renee Thompson at Oxfam Australia, reneet@oxfam.org.au or +61 3 9289 9304.