Ocarina Productions

Ocarina Productions is a digital media company, producing videos for television productions and corporate promotions. We specialize in video and audio storytelling and can help you put together what you need to say and get it out those who need to see and hear it.



If you want a 3 minute promotional audio visual or a 30 minute documentary we can help you clarify what you need to say and then script, direct, record, edit and prepare it for presentation.

We also produce:
  • video and sound media for your conference presentation
  • high quality video stories for a company, organisation or individual
  • sound files and podcasts for your website
As well as producing videos and DVDs for broadcast and the corporate sector, Ocarina also produces high quality training and promotional audio visual material for the health sector, tourism industry and genealogy marketing. Medical training videos are an area we specialise in.


"The Irish Hospice Foundation has worked with Angie Mezetti of Ocarina on a number of projects over many years. We have always been highly impressed by the standard of her work; her sensitivity in dealing with difficult subject matter and her ability to communicate complex issues. She pays attention to detail and is very dedicated to the work she does." 
Caroline Lynch

Irish Hospice Foundation Seamus Heaney from Angela Mezzetti on Vimeo.

Seamus Heaney on the importance of touch. He quotes Virgil and the poet Bernard O Donoghue on the importance of not missing an opportunity to embrace the living and "the need to touch, to hold and to comfort." This was recorded as part of a series of clips for the Irish Hospice Foundation in 2008



Our clients include The Irish Hospice Foundation, Tourism Ireland, The Department of Education and Skills and The Dublin County Stress Clinic, St John of God's in Stillorgan Dublin. 

Ocarina is associated with the following organisations

Ocarina are associated with professional organisations including The European Documentary Maker's Network, Dun Laoghaire Rathdown Chamber, Association of Independent Radio Producers of Ireland, Plato Dublin and Trinity College Dublin.