Kia Ora, my name is Haimona Ngata, and I’m a freelance Video Content Producer based in  New Zealand. I'm originally from a small rural town on the east coast of New Zealand called Tolaga Bay (Uawa). 

I’ve worked in the television and media industry for 25 years and studied television production in Christchurch at the New Zealand Film & Television School . 

After graduating film & television school I moved to Auckland to pursue a career in television, starting out as a MCR (Master Control Room) operator for a music television channel, and working my way up through the television industry over the next few years.  

I gained valuable experience and industry knowledge working for advertising agencies, production houses and all of the major broadcasting networks here in New Zealand, including TVNZ, Mediaworks, and SKYTV.

I have experience across a huge spectrum of television and content production, and enjoy working on a project from inception to completion. My broad skill set allows me to work as a one man band, or part of a bigger production if required. 

While working at TVNZ in 2010 as a creative producer in the commercials department, I decided to make the move into freelance work and have been servicing a diverse range of clients, brands, and advertising agencies.

I'm an owner/operator of all my own production & post production equipment, including 6K cameras, drones, gimbals, and edit suites. No job is too big or too small, so drop me an email and lets talk about your upcoming project...

Outside of work, I've been a professional BMX rider for the past 15 years. This has given me a unique insight into a high performance sporting environment, and as such I've been fortunate enough to work with a variety of professional sports athletes and teams across a variety of codes. 

I've now transitioned to riding a number of different cycling disciplines on a semi- professional level. I also sit on a number of national and international cycling boards and advisory committees. 

I'm thankful for the ongoing support from my current cycling sponsors:  BurgerfuelVans Marin BikesBadd OpticsTempered BMX GoodsTriple Six DistributionsThe Shadow Conspiracy. 


  • Action Sports 
  • Documentary 
  • News
  • Television Production
  • Corporate
  • Live Broadcast
  • Television Commercial Production
  • Proposal Production
  • Short/Long Form Branded Content
  • Social Media Alignment 
  • Music Video
  • Media Management & Archiving 
  • Extensive Knowledge in OSX and MAC Based Computers
  • FTP, Dropbox & File Transfer Knowledge
  • Commercial photography


  • Television New Zealand
  • Mediaworks New Zealand
  • Red Bull 
  • Mountain Dew 
  • Gatorade 
  • Air New Zealand 
  • Elizabeth Arden 
  • Harper Collins Publishing 
  • Cure Kids 
  • Helping Hands
  • Greenpeace 
  • World Vision 
  • New Zealand Fashion Week 
  • Avanti Bikes 
  • PUMA
  • ANZ
  • Film Construction (Production Company)
  • Commotion (Production Company)
  • Media Blanco (Advertising Agency)
  • Colenso BBDO (Advertising Agency)
  • Westpac
  • Commission For Financial Capability
  • Pepsi
  • Pure Black Racing 
  • BurgerFuel
  • Sculpture On The Golf Waiheke
  • Planet X Extreme Sports Festival
  • Vodafone X-Air
  • Homegrown Music Festival
  • The Big Day Out
  • Serato
  • Manual Magazine
  • Bowlzilla Skateboarding League
  • Nike
  • Fisher & Paykel
  • Ventouro Cycling
  • Hot Springs Spa Pools
  • Honda 
  • MAI FM
  • Events Cinemas
  • New Zealand Comedy Festival

Athletes & Organisations

  • Usain Bolt 
  • Tony Hawk 
  • The Vodafone Warriors 
  • An array of international RedBull Athletes
  • The All Blacks 
  • The Skycity Breakers 
  • The Wellington Phoenix 
  • FUEL TV 
  • MTV 
  • Vodafone X-Air 
  • X-Games Australia 
  • Puma Social Club 
  • Planet X Australia/NZ 
  • X Games international


  • Rugby
  • Skateboarding 
  • MotoX 
  • Freestyle MotoX 
  • Rugby League 
  • BMX racing 
  • BMX freestyle 
  • Basketball 
  • Road Cycling 
  • Mountain Biking 
  • Surfing 
  • Kayaking 
  • Snowboarding 
  • Skiing 
  • Skydiving 

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