We worked with DfBB to produce a case study video, using client testimonials, that supports a Government initiative around safer driving.
Category: Case Studies
Combining 4K interview footage, B-roll and GoPro, we put together a case study featuring an iconic brand. It was a very special day filming at the amazing McLaren HQ…and getting a ride in a genuine supercar.
This interview-based shoot resulted in 4 separate videos, but took only about a day in total to produce.
We helped Modulus to showcase their work with eve Mattresses, using interviews to tell the story through a case study video. The shoot took just a couple of hours at the client’s offices.
A project case study video for use in a seminar presentation. Tight timescales meant planning, shooting and editing in the same week.
A new animated logo ident was required to harmonise all the videos, and some text graphic based on the same visual language were incorporated into the videos to make them more informative in terms of the client’s services.
A 6 month timelapse of a house extension build in 2015. I had to run mains power from 50 yards away and invest in a compatible intervalometer so it would take a photo every hour rather than every minute.
We worked on a project case study video for NFON. These involve interviews with clients to convey the project challenges and how they were met. The first of these was at motorsport specialists Prodrive in Banbury.
More exotic motoring machinery in front of the lens again (what a lucky guy I am). This was a testimonial shoot at the prestigious HR Owen in London. I’ll have my Bugatti in something other than brownish-purple though, thanks.
An interview undertaken after a charity brand launch event at a prestigious London venue. We set up the shot and then joined the client and attendees for canapés with patron HRH Prince Philip.
We worked with the UK Values Alliance on four corporate culture change workshops which were documented through video.
I’d always wanted to try the ‘Armageddon’ shot of the slow walk to camera and this project for Pimlico Plumbers in 2011 was a ideal opportunity. Something of a bigger cast than the original though for this documentary project which took place over 1 month in South London.