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 […]
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I’m currently producing some branded content for Fuji film to help launch a new lens. The focus of the film will be about a photographer’s approach to shooting landscapes with the lens. After spending a good amount of time researching the location for the shoot, we decided Assynt in the North West highlands would be […]
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 […]
Last summer I spent a week with fellow video production company Coolbox travelling between Campbeltown and Inverness filming for Sustrans new bike route 78. We were faced with some pretty hideous weather but looking at the film I think we pulled it off! .
I was working with fellow video production company Coolbox a few weeks ago filming some interviews for a charity in Edinburgh. We shot on the FS700 & 5D mk3 against a white back drop at the charities offices in Leith.
I made two films for The Crewel Work Company during one of their needlework retreats which saw ladies from all over the world travel around castles and country houses in Scotland and England to study historic needlework. I spent 3 days with them filming as they visited the different locations. I combined interviews with general […]
I was working last week filming the Primus of the Episcopal church giving a Christmas message to be shared on their website and social media channels.
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 currently in the process of editing a film for a needle work retreat I filmed last month. The retreats run by The Crewel Work Company offer the opportunity for participants to learn about traditional and ancient embroidery whilst seeing many incredible castles and houses throughout Scotland and England. I’ll post the film over the next few […]
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