We’re just back from 3 weeks of location filming in Kuwait, really getting to know the country filming in pretty much every corner of the country……

Very excited to be shooting film for the first time in a decade, and on a spectacularly beautiful day in South West Ireland. We’re shooting stills and re-enactment scenes for a film about the Blasket Islands for Ireland’s Office of Public Works. In order to produce images that have a strong period feel we’re using 6 x 6 medium format film and a vintage Rolleiflex camera. You can see the results here.

Two planes heading West, which is the direction chosen by the inhabitants when they abandoned the islands in 1953.

A new film for Scruffs Workwear, produced in partnership with Lobster Pictures and Halo. Great to spend a couple of days on the spectacular Severn Bridge with the fantastic team that work so hard maintain the structure.

Maintenance workers climbing the Severn Bridge
Filming maintenance workers climbing the Severn Bridge
Severn Bridge
Severn Bridge

A spectacular day of filming at Stonehenge today – great skies over the Wiltshire landscape.

Stonehenge
Tourists at Stonehenge
Stonehenge
Tourists at Stonehenge
Stonehenge

A spectacular week of filming on the Blasket Islands in the far South West of Ireland, for a short documentary for the Blasket Island Visitor Centre.

Blasket Islands
Aerial of the Great Blasket
Tearaght seen from the Great Blasket
Ruins on the Blasket Islands
The ruined village, Great Blasket.
Grey Seals on the beach of The Great Blasket Island, South West Ireland.
Seals on the beach of The Great Blasket Island, South West Ireland
A seal off the beach of The Great Blasket Island, South West Ireland
A seal takes a breath

Filming in the spectacular far South West of Ireland today on the Dingle Peninsula – amazing landscapes; pure green and blue beauty!

The spectacular landscape of the Dingle Peninsula, South West Ireland.
The beautiful Dingle Peninsula, Ireland
Filming sunset over the Blasket Islands on the West Coast of Ireland.

Our new guide to the production process can be seen here. Hopefully it can help to cut through the jargon and show that commissioning a video can be a fairly straightforward process. This is the first in our series of production guides, up next will be a guide to commissioning and making videos for museums and exhibitions.