Ila Couch is a New Zealand born visual story-teller and writer who lives in Atlanta, Georgia. With over twenty years of broadcast television experience, Ila's work has appeared on ABC, NBC, Discovery and Animal Planet.
January 2016. Jacinda Adhern addresses the crowd who have assembled as part of the global Women's March in Auckland, New Zealand. A visiting American woman talks about the shared issues women face, regardless of what country they are from. August 2014. People gather in Atlanta, Georgia to remember teenager Michael Brown and acknowledge the culture of violence that has existed towards minorities in the United States for more than 400 years.
Food and Travel
KING OF POPS
King of Pops was conceived in Atlanta, Georgia by brothers Steven and Nick Carse. This video captures the early days of their success from the perspective of their customers, who come regardless of whether it's popsicle season or not.
BLU GORILLA - DINNER ON THE BELT LINE
In 2010 Italian born, Atlanta based Chef Massimiliano Gallinoni decided to try out the concept of a family dinner in his backyard. Doing his part to bring people back to the table, Gallinoni creates an opportunity for strangers to meet over a meal.
TE KARAKA MAGAZINE - A TRADITIONAL MĀORI DUCK HARVEST IN THE SOUTH ISLAND OF NEW ZEALAND
Māori are known for being adept hunters and gathers but after colonization, traditional methods of harvesting food (mahinga kai) were actively legislated against. Following the settlement of the Treaty of Waitangi, mahinga kai was re-established. This video shows the harvest of Pūtakitaki or Paradise Shelduck.