A new world Back in May 2020 we worked with one of our most innovative clients, Relocate magazine, to bring their prestigious annual awards ceremony into a lockdown world. The challenge was to keep all the excitement and camaraderie of a regular awards ceremony whilst adhering to the restrictions we found ourselves in at the time.
Taking things to the next level One thing the new normal has forced us to do as an industry is work out new ways to do things. I’m proud to say we were at the forefront of this when we produced our first virtual awards ceremony in May 2020. Things have continued to evolve since
Back Again So we thought it would be a once in a lifetime experience to visit the legendary Abbey Road studios in 2019 when we recorded the soundtrack to our Philips Let the Light In film so it was quite an honour to be there once again just before Christmas 2020. This time we were
Industry Pivot It’s been a busy few weeks for us. We’ve just completed another exciting job illustrating how our industry is adapting and pivoting to accommodate this new environment. With our production partners 9Lazy9 we have been facilitating a virtual press conference for legendary speaker manufacturer Bowers and Wilkins. It was an interesting challenge. The requirements
A new type of online event Since lockdown we’ve been involved with a number of ‘virtual awards’ ceremonies and they’ve been great fun. It’s been an exciting challenge to take our expertise in live events and video streaming and create what amounts to a new category of online event that only exists because of the current challenges we face
Just as lockdown began we were in the process of finishing work on a fun project for Philips. The video, which was originally to be shown at Design Week 2020 in Milan, talks about the four key principles by which Philips work when creating designs. It also features their key design partners in their consumer
The Challenge Just as lockdown was happening we had a request from a large consumer electronics manufacturer to film a presentation. Not a big deal in normal circumstances, a day’s shoot and then back to the suite to edit it. However there was one other little detail that made things a bit more complicated: the
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.
In the summer of 2018 we had the opportunity to capture the incredible spectacle of extreme weather in the infamous tornado valley in the US. We went with a small crew and some very expensive cameras. Among them was Sony’s fantastic feature film camera the Venice. Lead by storm chaser Stuart Robinson and DOP’d by the
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