We’ve had a busy couple of weeks here with our usual wide range of work being undertaken…
First of all, take a good look around the site as it stands right now – we are currently working on a brand new look and build for the site with our friends at Britweb so look out for that soon.
We recently travelled to Manchester to shoot a property promo video for Gower and Mae. This saw us getting various shots around the city to feature facts about the growth of the area, before taking 20 floors up to get an amazing view of the city and shoot the apartments in the new build. Look out for this video soon.
We recently had chance to film in the superb YouTube Space in London, shooting new content for Janet Devlin including songs, poem readings, Q&As and silly games. The studio spaces there are brilliant so if you have chance to film there, go for it!
We were commissioned by Sony Music to produce 4 animated pseudo videos for an acoustic and 3 remix versions of the new single Rain, from The Script. Take a look at one of these here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YkM5Y5biKjA
Universal Music asked us to make an animated unboxing video for the upcoming re-release of the classic Wet Wet Wet album, Popped In Souled Out.
Our work with the Springboard Project continues to grow and has seen us work with presenter Emily Beach to produce a series of short videos promoting events and clubs at the childrens charity. A recent Facebook live video of a whirlwind tour of the Horsham centre was a massive success and a live shot but uploaded later tour of the Crawley branch was an even bigger hit online. Video works, whether you shoot it on your phone or with a professional…or a professional holding a phone!
The latter part of August see’s us filming new case studies with St Catherine’s Hospice, more presenter training sessions with Presenters Inc, new content for Bluecoat Sports and a tour of West Sussex-based food growers to form part of the “food tour” to promote the upcoming Big Nibble event in Horsham.
Lately we have been working on an EPK edit for Warner Music, featuring an interview and in-studio footage of Adimeus composer Karl Jenkins…some readers may remember this classic piece of music from an advert in the 1980s!
Lastly, our new vlog will be coming out soon but for now, take a look at the most recent one…