About Us

Ocarina Productions is a bespoke multimedia production and training company. We specialise in Podcast & Video Production and Communications Media Training. Run by Angela Mezzetti and Tom Gillett, who bring their expertise in multi media production, media training experience and crisis management skills to every project.

What we do

Ocarina Productions is a bespoke multimedia production and training company. We produce programmes for radio and Podcasts for a wide client base. Ocarina also specialises in marketing and training videos and web content.

Ocarina provides executive media and crisis management training including how to interact with political and community representatives. Our coaching and simulations exercises use the talents and experience of former well known leading politicians and familiar faces and voices from the world of broadcasting to ensure that executives get a real understanding and experience of how to respond to a crisis in their business.

Through experiential learning business leaders learn how to craft their media message and navigate through a crisis.

Ocarina is run by Angie Mezzetti and Tom Gillett in Dublin, Ireland.

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How We Can Help

Businesses and individuals come to us with different needs for media production and training and we listen to their needs. We let them know what their options are how much it is likely to cost, how long it will take and guide them through the process. Angie and Tom bring their expertise in multi media production, media training experience and crisis management skills to every project.

In the simulated press conferences, TV and radio interviews our network of well known media journalists and professionals recreate typical scenarios that executives and managers can use to hone their presentation and management skills in a safe environment.

Our production teams use their skills and experience to produce state of the art videos and podcasts for clients.

Angie Mezzetti Producer

Angie is an experienced Podcast producer, MC, journalist and former Newscaster on RTE Television and Radio. Angie produces Podcasts for Ibec, the Small Firms Association, Business In The Community and videos for websites like Trinity College Dublin and the Irish Hospice Foundation. Ocarina also makes television and corporate DVDs and videos for internal and external communications. Angie also writes freelance for several publications including the Irish Times Health plus.

In the last ten years, Angie has specialised in video production for Health related training and awareness raising issues and in particular communications videos for organisations such as the Irish Hospice Foundation.

On Radio RTE Lyricfm, Angie through Ocarina Productions has produced ‘Stranieri’ about the RESO and ‘Mrs Findlay’s Broadwood Square Piano’ nominated for the New York Radio Awards. Both were BAI Sound and Vision funded. She has also produced ‘A New Niamh’ for RTE Radio 1’s Doc on One as well as the short documentary ‘Shellacked’. Ocarina also produced ‘I Hear A Sound’ about Cochlear Implant programme in Beaumont Hospital also funded by the BAI S&V Fund.

Encouraging Female Leadership and Entrepreneurship is an area of Angie’s personal interest and expertise. Newstalk fm has broadcast two documentaries produced by Ocarina – ‘Leading Women’ and ‘Banking On Women’ both funded by BAI Sound and Vision grants. Angie is the founder and presenter of the Women In Leadership podcast: a podcast series interviewing some of Ireland’s most successful and influential businesswomen.

Tom Gillett

Tom looks after new enquiries and sales. He brings imagination, insight and business acumen gained from over 30 years experience in the international corporate world.

Tom, an accountant, has worked in financial management, lead commercial and financial services teams in the petroleum and insurance industries and more recently been involved with start-ups in energy efficiency and alternative energy sectors.

Tom has specialist knowledge on Health and Safety requirements for businesses.

If you want a Golf or Health and Safety video that will minimise the risk to your business give Tom a call on 087 2540834 Email: tom@ocarina.ie

Being part of a community


Ocarina are associated with professional organisations including  AIRPI the Association of Independent Radio Producers of Ireland, Trinity Women Graduates and Women in Business Network.

Why The Name Ocarina?

An Ocarina is a sweet sounding musical instrument that was made famous in 1870s in the UK by two brothers called Mezzetti from Budrio in Italy.

It is a wind instrument made from ceramic material and became famous again in the computer game Zelda in more recent times. We liked the name and its association with something beautiful of old combined with new technology.