Author: persistenceofvision

Charity, Covid, Editing, Live Event, Post Production

More virtual awards


For the last four years, we’ve proudly worked with Chris at Trigger Concepts on the Annual TeenTech awards. TeenTech is a fantastic organisation run by the legendary TV presenter and journalist Maggie Philbin that encourages school children to work in STEM (Science, technology, engineering and mathematics) subjects. Maggie’s fantastic connections and the reputation of the awards

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Covid, How To's, Live Event, Lockdown, Post Production

Creating our first virtual awards ceremony – How to do it in a lockdown world


The Challenge When Fiona Murchie from Relocate Magazine, a regular client of ours, contacted me in April about their annual awards ceremony, it was an interesting challenge she had. “Can we still have the ceremony and still have the excitement and shared experience of the live event but without breaking any social distancing rules?” Being an engineer

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Production

Our biggest production yet


We’ve just wrapped on our biggest shoot yet. Featuring Dutch Olympic gymnast Eythora Thorsdottir we were filming in and around Hampshire’s Hill Place. We normally like to keep our crew sizes small but the quality required coupled with having to film the whole thing within three days meant we had the biggest team we’ve ever had.

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Production

Storm Chasing fun and games


Back in June 2018 we had a very interesting shoot in the states. Normally when you plan a shoot you’re looking for good weather. In this case our definition of ‘good weather’ was somewhat different to most people’s definitions. In this case ‘good weather’ meant the most extreme weather we could find. We were actually looking

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Post Production, Production

Extreme Earth Part 2 is released


The second part of the Extreme Earth series we produced in partnership with Stuff magazine is now live. Shot in Nevada and Arizona, this 90 second video was commissioned by Philips to show off their Ambilight televisions. We shot this film in 4K HDR using Sony’s Vegas cinema camera and DOP legend Alister Chapman. We

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