Shot using a Canon C100mk2 and edited using Adobe Premiere this short update piece was enhanced with some basic graphics to help hit the message home visually as well as audibly. Evenlode were keen to differential themselves from their competition in the City of London. Their Oxfordshire base was the perfect location to show this.
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White Marble asked to create a promo for their Fund Marketing Academy course that was concluding on the 21st July 2017. Filmed using a Canon C100 mk2 over 1x day and edited using Adobe Premier Pro. We spent a day moving around the various talks, activities and workshops that were laid on for the participants. We then interviewed the delegates towards the end of the day to get their take on the course. The footage was assembled in Adobe Premiere Pro and finished off with licensed production music.
Filmed over just one day we were tasked with creating an Highlights video of the 2017 Deltic Group Management Conference, the video features a snapshot of all activities and speakers present on the day. Shot using Canon C100 mk2 and edited using Adobe Premiere Pro Music Courtesy of Free Music Archive
Peter Marks gives new joiners a brief overview of the Deltic Group.
Shot using a Canon C100 mk2 @ Deltic's HQ in Milton Keynes and then additional footage shot in club venues. All edited in Premier Pro and music courtesy of AudioJungle
We were commissioned to create a high budget thought leadership piece for M&G Investments to celebrate the "War Loan's" anniversary.
We sourced and hired the Imperial War Museum in south London.
The video was shot using a RED Dragon 4K camera and we had full crew.
DOP, Gaffer, Camera Assistant, Steadcam operator, focus puller, director, producer & sound engineer onsite.
Shot first thing in the morning before the Museum opened its doors to the public we had a tight deadline.
Once the filming was complete the post production consisted of sourcing archive footage to support the narrative and then complete the edit.
The video was finished with some licensed production music and shared via the Bond Vigilantes Blog
M&G commissioned this video on the back of a Fund Manager change for their flagship fund, Global Basics. We decided that the best option was to film an interview with the new fund manager and the current investment specialist. In their answers they discussed the objective of the fund, the investment process, some themes they were working on and also confirmed there was no need to be concerned about the change.
Shot using a Canon C100 mk2 against greenscreen and then edited in adobe premiere.
To enhance the piece we shot additional b-roll of the new manager interacting with the Global basics team. Finally we added stock footage and licensed production music
We were asked to capture the press day on behalf of M&G Investments. Shot using 2 x C100 cameras and edited in Adobe Premier Pro the video was completed with some Licenced Production Music
Emma Reuss interviews Jo Thompson about her new design for the M&G Chelsea Flower Show garden design.
Filmed as a mock two camera interview using a Canon C100 mk2 we first recorded the answers and then went back and shot the questions. This shoot was hand held so resetting the shot only took a few moments.
Edited in Adobe Premier Pro and graphics added to help tell the story.
With Jim Leaviss, Anthony Doyle & Anjulie Rusius
With Wolfgang Bauer & Ben Lord
With Jim Leaviss
With James Tomlins & Matthew Russell
We were asked to capture an event that M&G's Italian marketing were sponsoring. This involved sourcing an Italian speaking crew and then completing the post-production. The video was shot using a Canon 5D and edited using Adobe Premier Pro
We were asked to create an edit from some existing footage to showcase the great work that the advertising team had managed to achieve.
The video formed part of a campaign de-brief
We were asked to vision mix an event that was being held at Nomura's London office. The facility is very well equipped and we had 4x roof mounted PTZ cameras connected to the control zoom.
Morningstar wanted to conduct an interview between the London and Chicago studios. We decided that the best way to achieve this was as follows. Record 2 x piece-to-camera interviews, one in the US and one in the UK but with the conversation conducted realtime via telephone. Once the interview was complete the footage from both interviews was sent to the edit suite and the footage was then edited together using Final Cut Pro. The clean audio from both sides was used give the effect of a real live studio-to-studio video link up. Uday was in London, Nick was in Chicago
We were asked to capture an on-location shoot @ JPMorgan's central London office
Using only one camera we created the illusion of two cameras by recording the answers to the questions first, then resetting the camera positions and recording the questions and an intro.
This footage was shot using a Panasonic HVX200 and edited using Final Cut Pro
We were asked to record an event in the city that Quantify were sponsoring. The event was captured using 2x Sony EX1R cameras and during the breaks we recorded interviews with the attendees. Before the event we captured some B-Roll and then used all this footage to create a highlights video.
Edited in Final Cut Pro we blended, B-Roll, Presentations and Voxpops to create an overview of the event. To complete the video we added some copyright free music and upload the video to Quantify's Vimeo page.
For this video we gave the fund manager a flip cam and some basic training. They then took the camera with them on a research trip. When they returned we cut together the footage in the office and then arranged a shoot day to fill in the gaps of footage.
To enhance the piece we purchased stock footage and used B-Roll shot by the fund managers on the trip.
To finish off we added some animated graphics and production music
Filmed in the London office of Aberdeen Asset Managers, we interviewed the whole Latin American team. Once we had captured the interviews we headed back to the edit suite in order to assemble the narrative of the video. Once the narrative was complete we arranged a second day of filming to go back and capture some B-Roll of the team in their working environment.
We purchased stock footage to help tell the story and finally we added graphics and production music to complete the piece.