We are a boutique video agency founded by Jack Barry and Miryam Jacobi based in Tāmaki Makaurau. The way we see it, our role is to combine our commercial expertise and hands-on creative experience to project your company or campaign message.
We have an intimate knowledge of all faculties of video content creation, from laying the groundwork in acting and coaching lessons, film-making and directing right through to post-production, social media management and public relations. Working together from start to finish on the creative production process is central to delivering your story and message in a strategically coordinated way.
About Jack (IMDB)
As an actor, Jack Barry has appeared in AMC’s Making of the Mob: Chicago, Screentime NZ’s Pike River – The Long Wait, In A Flash and most recently Shortland Street.
A self-taught filmmaker, he was the Director of Photography on Do You Like Me Like This? , Gentlewoman, My Boyfriend and Today’s The Day (My Wedding Day). Since starting 2113 Creatives with Miryam, Jack has jumped at opportunities to develop video content with companies including Air New Zealand, TVNZ and television series The Gulf and Breckman Rodeo.
About Miryam (IMDB)
Miryam Jacobi is an actor, writer, producer and director. Since graduating Toi Whakaari; NZ Drama School in 2015, she’s been working across theatre and film, both as a performer and behind the scenes. Miryam’s debut short film as writer-director, Do You Like Me Like This? had its world premiere at 2017’s Show Me Shorts Film Festival and has gone on to the Hollywood Short Film Festival and Vail Film Festival in 2018. Her documentary, Disorder, was released online as part of The Outlook for Someday, and has received an overwhelming positive response in the social sphere.
Alongside her creative work, Miryam has been a publicist at Mr Fahrenheit Publicity since the beginning of 2016, working with the likes of Auckland Theatre Company and Show Me Shorts Film Festival.
What’s in a name?
In the year 1995, a young family of three moved into a house in Papakura, South Auckland.
Many people came to this house; they would have tea and coffee, food and conversations. It was often a place to rest their head.
They spoke of the incredible conversations they had. It was a place to work through problems, it gave them the courage to chase their dreams, and more often than not, they left feeling challenged.
Over the years, this little house transformed into a Whare Wananga (A place of higher learning).
The postal code for this house is 2113.
This is the house where Jack was raised.
This is the house where people grow.
This is the house where people challenge.
This is the house where people question.
This is the house where people risk.
This is the house where people believe.
This is why we are Two One One Three Creatives.