62 Inch Films helps people tell their stories through video.
We make engaging, informative, inspiring short videos for organisations who want more people to discover what they are doing.
We take care of everything, from concept and filming right through to editing. And the best part is, when you work with us it costs less than you think to produce a professional, shareable video.
Why are we called 62 Inch Films? That’s how tall our founder is. She’s short but mighty. Rose McMahon is precisely 5 foot 2 inches tall. That’s approximately 1.57m for the more metrically minded.
62 Inch Films was founded by Rose McMahon, a teenage entrepreneur from the Bay of Plenty. Rose founded her first successful venture, a professional photography business at the age of 12. Since 2013 Rose has been the official photographer on a feature length NZ film and big events like TEDx Tauranga, Christmas in the Park, photographed a bunch of famous kiwis like Dave Dobbyn, Tiki Taane and Nadia Lim, photographed cool products and captured more than 85 incredible weddings!
Rose has since founded Twinkling Bat Film, a film production company making original scripted content. She has self funded a series of short films. Twinkling Bat Films has premiered in the Bay of Plenty to rave reviews. Rose has more creative projects in the pipeline. You can read more about them here or here.
With two successful ventures under her belt Rose spotted an opportunity. Many businesses and organisations desperately need ways to reach out to connect and communicate with customers and stakeholders. Video is the perfect medium, but is perceived as being complex and expensive. What if quality video content could be made simply and quickly but at the same time be high quality, engaging and shareable? With that idea she founded 62 Inch Films.