Having recently returned from Europe where a collaboration with the Greek National Tourism Organisation has commenced, I have completed the first stage of the promotion for the Greek Islands and you can see the footage here. The clips on this link will play all of the films sequentially – you can skip ahead at any time. This project will fall into the marketing of Accommodation Greek Islands The Greek National Tourism Organisation was first established in 1927 and re-established in 1950 by Emergency Act 1565/50, ratified by law 1624/51); in the meantime, tourism fell under the competence of various ministries. Since 1950, the Greek National Tourism Organisation constitutes the ruling state agency for the tourism sector. Read More

Alessandro Sorbello and Governor of Tuscany Claudio Martini February 2008:- Governor of Tuscany, Claudio Martini was in Australia for an official visit to promote the region and develop strategic partnerships to that end. Governor Martini was accompanied by high senior officials of Tuscany’s administrative party and by the Director of Toscana Promozione, the regional agency responsible for the tourism, economic and commercial promotion of Tuscany. During his visit we discussed possible collaboration between the  Tuscan Governor and myself leveraging the electronic visibility which my accommodation projects enjoy online. Clearly this collaboration offers great opportunity for me in promoting this wonderful part of the world which I had the good fortune to live in for three years. More on Governor Martini

Tim Freedman lead singer of The Whitlams and  Alessandro Sorbello at ABC Studios in BrisbaneAt the Media launch for Rosario La Spina’s CD at ABC Studios in Brisbane in January 2008 with Tim Freedman of The Whitlams. Tim plays piano, reads a lot, writes songs with narrative structure and likes lots of the new Aussie music: that's Tim Freedman of the Whitlams.  "We didn't even have the money to put it out as a single. We just gave it to Triple J and suddenly, we had a gold record within five weeks. " The single was No aphrodisiac and the band The Whitlams. The year was 1997 and Seattle grunge was the in thing, remembers front man and lyricist Tim Freedman. Not many people were into narrative development in song. No Aphrodisiac stood out like the proverbial.

Loud Shirt DayLoud Shirt Day. A 6 centre alliance across Australia to raise awareness and funding for supporting children born with deafness. Loud Shirt Day is an excellent opportunity to throw out usual dress rules and wear your loudest, brightest or craziest shirt, tie or socks as well as get your whole team together to have some fun! So turn up the volume, collect a gold coin donation from all participants and have fun getting loud! I am currently designing the layout and functionality of the website whcih will be online shortly. In the meantime you may wish to see a promo film clip which I have created for the event. By participating, you will be helping thousands of deaf and hearing impaired babies and children throughout Australia. All funds raised will be used to provide vital therapy and services that will allow these children to learn to speak using clear natural language. This vital skill will allow them to integrate fully into the hearing world.

Alessandro Sorbello produced the media and online marketing for the Concert of International Concert Pianist Olga ZdorenkoIn collaboration with the Consulate of Italy in Brisbane, It is my pleasure to promote and manage the media for the concert of Italian pianist Olga Zdorenko Landi on Saturday 15th December 2007 at St. Brigid’s Catholic Church, 78 Musgrave Road, Red Hill.Olga Zdorenko Landi graduated in 1994 in piano at the ''Tchaikovskij'' Academy of Music in Moscow with E. Malinin and in 2001 with S. Perticaroli at the Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia in Rome. She has won awards at several international piano competitions and has performed in the most prestigious European concert halls. See some of the Highlights of the Concert here - Read More


Louie Shelton and Alessandro SorbelloCurrently, I am editing footage of an interview I did with Guitar legend, Louie Shelton, who has worked with all the greats. Have a look at the albums he worked on or produced. These interviews and more will be online soon.  You would have heard Louie Shelton's signature guitar riffs and solos on more hit records than any other session guitarist in history. While there are too many to mention, some of his classics include, Boz Scaggs' "Low Down", Lionel Richie's "Hello", Neil Diamond's "Play Me", The Jackson Five's "I Want You Back", "ABC" and "I'll Be There, The Monkees' "Last Train To Clarksville" and "Valerie".  Some of the other artists Louie recorded with include John Lennon, Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, Marvin Gaye, Diana Ross, The Carpenters, Joe Cocker, Kenny Rodgers, The Mamas & Papas, James Brown, Ella Fitzgerald and many others.

Sensational Sicily'Sensational Sicily' in collaboration with the Italian Chamber of Commerce and The Region of Sicily,  Italy’s unique and vibrant region will colour Brisbane in the month of August. Art, history, culture will come to life over seven days through a number of exclusive events around Brisbane.

Showcasing wine and olive oil appreciation evenings, celebrity chefs, a gala charity ball, entertainment and much, much more. You may wish to look at some of the films which I produced for the event