Last week we filmed a series of comedy sketches for IRIS, UK’s market leading provider of business critical software and services to the UK accountancy and payroll sectors. The aim was to promote one of their newest products: KashFlow – a simple and effective online accounting software designed specifically for small businesses.
Getting into the festive spirit we headed out to the Emporium Tearooms over the weekend where the local N12 Community Choir were hosting Cake & Carols: an afternoon of Christmas Carols and festive fun.
As we were there we decided we would get involved in the community (and Christmas) spirit by doing what we do best and with their permission we made them a quick promo video to spread the word on what they are all about.
Earlier this year we shot a commercial for Häagen-Dazs. We’ve now cut together the Behind the Scenes video so we hope you enjoy seeing all the action that went into making it.
Thanks goes out to all the cast and crew, for all their hard work in making it all come together.
Director: Will Kenning
Director of Photography: James Kar
Camera Op: Edmund Curtis
Gaffer: Brindley Druiff
MUA: Elizabeth Rita
BTS Filming: Samantha Grieves
Heroine: Laurie Delaney
Best Friend: Emily Wyatt
Handsome Man 1: Bernard Bullen
Handsome Man 2: Marco Biagioli
After a chocolate fuelled weekend filming at The Chocolate Festival in London’s Business Design Centre in Islington, we’re now going through the rushes for the promo video.
We met some amazing chocolatiers and chocolate makers who work directly with and support the farmers who grow the cacao, by sourcing direct and ensuring the future of the cacao growers and the industry as a whole.
Thanks to Forever Cacao and his Single Origin, Bean to Bar Raw Chocolate we’re all fuelled up and raring to go.
The International Film Festival of the Art of Cinematography: CAMERIMAGE took place last month in Bydgoszcz, Poland. A whole week dedicated to films, workshops and seminars, plus the chance to check out the latest in film cameras and meet some of the industry’s leading cinematographers. Continue reading
“The beauty of what3words: Literally everywhere in the world, now has a simple address.”
Following on from our post in october, you can now watch the video we shot last month explaining more.
Director: Matt Snyman
Director of Photography: James Kar
Client/Producer: Creative Grid, Ralph Cochrane
Revolutionising the universal address system, what3words enables anyone to describe and find locations with just 3 words!
How? what3words is a giant grid of the world made up of 57 trillion 3 metre x 3 metre squares. Each square has been given a unique 3 word address. It is the most accurate mapping tool that makes pinpointing locations more accurate and more memorable.
Earlier this week, we got to meet the guys behind what3words and shoot their latest video explaining more about their revolutionary new universal address system. It was a great days shoot and a fantastic project to have worked on.
This week we have been photographing Trehearne and Brar’s newest collection of genuine Kashmir shawls for their Winter edition catalogue.
Just a bit of retouching and colour matching and we’re ready for printing.
It’s been a very busy year, and we are proud to present our 2014 showreel packed with some of our most recent work.
Three days in Berlin and we had the quickest turn around on a job so far.
Sony introduced their new products at IFA 2014 last week, including the new Xperia Z3 series and their latest wearable tech. We were invited there to film their reviews of these products, with a next day release deadline. The pressure was on, but the results were there as we delivered a 5 minute video plus x5 15 second videos for their social media channels.
Our latest behind the scenes video from our recent case study for Ikarus Design.
We’ve just got back to work after two days in Norway, filming the BP and Statoil stands at the ONS 2014 Exhibition. Continue reading
The Global Equity brokerage donated all of one day’s commissions to the charity War Child, helped by members of Kasabian and Radio 1 DJ Edith Bowman. Continue reading