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
The job At the end of 2020 we were lucky enough to help Farnborough Hill school celebrate Christmas by producing their Christmas Service. Our client Helen Bulkeley worked closely with the school and filmed over two days. Strict social distancing was adhered to and actually some performances were filmed in multiple sessions so that pupils didn’t
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
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