I recently produced 25 online videos for Sustrans as part of their Community Links Plus competition. Local authorities across Scotland bid to win money for a bold and innovative active travel infrastructure change which would restore the balance of Scotland’s streets in favour of people walking and cycling. 4 authorities put forward 5 projects each […]
Posts Tagged ‘filming’
I’ve been working with the Scottish Episcopal Church for the last few years now, mainly filming interviews with their Bishops. Towards the start of the year we started planning a video which would act an insight into breadth of work the church is involved in with the aim of attracting new members. Pre-production is important […]
I worked with fellow filmmakers Coolbox this summer helping them shoot aerials for a Whisky commercial they were filming. You can watch the behind the scenes here… .
Over the past few weeks I have been working with the National Library of Scotland. I produced a film which they are using to help launch their new strategy – http://www.nls.uk/the-way-forward
I was filming again for a new series being made for the BBC about estates in the Scottish highlands. I spend a day near Glencoe and Applecross getting a great selection of shots. So lucky to get 2 stunning days of weather!
I’ve starting gather footage for my new aerial film to replace Beautiful Scotland. The next film ‘Wild Scotland’ is about 60% done and will include shots from Harris, East Lothian, West and North West highlands and hopefully Orkney. .
Check out this promotional film I made for Steel Roots Design – a Sheffield based company making unique furniture from reclaimed wood and steel. I spend a day with the guys in their workshop and interviewed them to find out all about what they do. .
I’m in the middle of making a mini documentary following the making of a bronze statue of Mary Queen of Scots. I’ve visited David Annands studio a couple of times now filming as he progresses wit the statue. . .
I absolutely love filming in workshops especially when welding and grinding is involved – endless opportunities for good shots. My mate in Sheffield has started making tables, bars and others things from reclaimed wood and steel gas pipes -check out his work at http://www.steelrootsdesign.com/ Here’s some stills from the rushes
Shot last year in Uganda this short video highlights the Busoga trusts 30 years of existence which will be shown at their 30th anniversary bash. I came across the music used a while back and was waiting for the ideal project – I think it works a treat, nice and uplifting. This was one of […]