"As Information Services Manager at the Board of Studies NSW, (now NSW Educational Standards Authority (NESA)), I led development of the ten Australian Government Department of Veterans' Affairs (DVA) Australian history educational websites over several years.
Four of these websites were developed in multiple languages, Korean War site (Korean), Hellfire Pass on the Thai-Burma Railway (Thai), Australians on the Western Front 1914-18 (French and Dutch-Flemish), Gallipoli (Turkish).
Michelle and her team provided all the translations. The translations are of very high quality. Australian Embassy staff in each of those countries have commented very approvingly about aspects of the translations.
Michelle's team also provided audio descriptions for a wide range of archival videos and historical veteran interviews for WCAG 2.0 compliance: each created efficiently and accurately with an excellent understanding of the medium."
Lyndon Sharp | Information Services Manager (Retired) Board of Studies NSW (now NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA)
Tonic Health Media
“Michelle and her team at Access Media are an important part of our content production process. Their captioning work on our video helps us deliver health and wellbeing messages to all types of audiences at GP offices across Australia. Access Media always deliver great results on time, every time.” Rohan Thomas | Network & Content Director
“Turnarounds for our network programs are often very tight. Access Media are efficient, fast and dependable and never miss a deadline. They do their best to meet all our needs and get the job done every time. Captioning is one production element I don’t have to worry about.” Matt Cable | NSW Production Manager
Michelle and her team have provided language services for Stellar Group's Airline Inflight Entertainment portfolio and post production facility for a number of years. They continue to provide translations and voice talent in numerous languages and are always honest, reliable and willing to go beyond the call of duty. I wouldn’t go anywhere else.