We worked with Director and Photographer Orlando Gili on the project for AVL. In February, an automated vehicle full of AVL engineering technology developed in the UK toured the country. This was the AVL Highway Pilot Project.
Promo we filmed and edited back in August 2017
Kensington Academy of English (KAE) is the EFL department of David Game College.
KAE was established in 1978 and has been successfully running English Language courses in central London at all levels. KAE is accredited by the British Council, meeting the high standards of quality set out. KAE is the the English language department of David Game College, which is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff and volunteers to share this commitment.
Working for Immediate Media we were part of the filming crew and editing team on a series of interviews done throughout the day at the festival. Including interviews with Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Brooker, Steven Moffat and lots more.
Recently we worked with Dynatrace and Video Productions to film and edit two customer and partner testimonial videos.
Customer Feature: The Coop Denmark mobile loyalty program bolstered by Dynatrace AI: Jeppe Lindberg of Coop Denmark describes how Coop have digitally transformed their membership program to make life simpler for their customers. Supporting their mobile loyalty card service made up of cloud, mobile, hybrid, mainframe and several other services make it complex to manage. Using Dynatrace AI, Coop takes advantage of proactive problem resolution instead of reacting to hundreds of alerts. The result is a happy, differentiated customer experience and a highly positive impact on the business.
Partner Feature: HCL and Dynatrace: Kalyan Kumar, CTO at HCL talks about why they chose to partner with Dynatrace and how Dynatrace plays a critical role in their ability to provide a full stack application monitoring solution for their customers.
We recently made this film for the Nightingale Project featuring the work of illustrator Jane Ray.
More information about the Nightingale Project:
The Nightingale Project brightens up the environment in mental health services through art and music. We see it as vital to bring life and colour into a hospital or clinic setting to provide a conducive setting for medical and therapeutic work. To receive a patient in a hospital environment which is pleasant, cheerful, and welcoming can be seen as an essential first step in treatment, a fundamental contribution to the process of recovery.
We are a charitable project that works with CNWL NHS Foundation Trust, a large mental health trust with many sites in the London area, to make the treatment environment more human and more uplifting for both inpatients and outpatients. We do this through putting on temporary exhibitions of high-quality art in waiting rooms, commissioning artists to produce beautiful works of art for permanent display in the wards, and through bringing musicians into hospitals to play live for the patients. The Project began at the South Kensington and Chelsea Mental Health Centre in 1998, and has since spread to numerous other sites.
The Nightingale Project Fund is Charity no 1082989.
Behind the scenes photo shoot for The Little Book of Chocolat by Joanne Harris and Fran Warde.
Shot on Canon C300, graded with FilmConvert in Premiere Pro CS6
Winter 2012/13 – We worked with the National Deaf Children’s Society (NDCS) to produce their online viral campaign called ‘Stolen Futures’. Featuring Downton Abbey’s Jim Carter, Musician Evelyn Glennie, Pram Face star Scarlett Johnson and London 2012 Paralympian Ben Rushgrove.
The futures of thousands of deaf children are being put at risk by cuts to their essential services including educational support in the classroom, help from Teachers of the Deaf and Teaching Assistants, speech and language therapy, specialist equipment and audiology care. 100K signatures are urgently needed to secure a debate in parliament. It takes two minutes to sign the petition and could make a huge difference to the lives of deaf children across the country.
Sign the Stolen Futures petition today to protect the futures of thousands of deaf children. ow.ly/hiqma
Ladbrokes Poker in Las Vegas
For the 3rd time in 5 years we headed to Las Vegas for World Series of Poker. Ladbrokes Poker took about 25 customers to play at Main Event and have a fantastic ‘Vegas Experience’. We made 12 short viral films over the 6 days. A selection can be seen below. All 12 can be seen here:
Random House Children’s Publishers – Picture Book Authors
Two examples of a series of short promo films featuring Alexis Deacon, Louise Yates, Mini Grey, Kali Stileman and Jez Alborough. Shot Canon 5D mkii and Canon 7D.
Early November we filmed at Mercedes-Benz World in Surrey to cover the annual Compuware Costumer Briefing event for the 3rd year running.
Multiple camera shoot covering an action packed day including customer spotlights, presentations and AMG speed drives around the wet track. See Highlights films below.