Dancing Turtle incorporates a record label, a digital production agency, and an independent film company.
Dancing Turtle Records was launched in 2005, with a remit to produce music from emerging artists around the world. Releases on the label have come from artists coming from as far afield as Japan, West Papua, Brazil, Italy and the UK. The label's management division looks after the interests of the Lani Singers and Inkliing.
With a growing demand from companies seeking development and management of their digital presences, Dancing Turtle Media was launched in 2008. Acting as a digital production and social media agency, the client roster includes music group Asian Dub Foundation, the independent music festival Green Man, dub label On-U Sound, dance music website DJhistory, as well as Strawberry Fields Eco-Lodge, a permaculture farm in southern Ethiopia.
Dancing Turtle Media has also assisted the BBC, SBS and Channel 4 News with special reports on West Papua.
Dancing Turtle Films was launched in 2010 to produce films that explore and expose current affairs stories that are not usually covered by mainstream media. The company's first production, an undercover documentary called Forgotten Bird of Paradise, was awarded the Best Documentary prize at the 2011 Dam Short Film Festival in the United States, and was also shown at Raindance.