Last year we took on the task of creating a brand film for one of Europe’s largest pillow and duvet manufacturers; John Cotton. The purpose of the video was to celebrate the first 100 years of their family business and to promote where they are today. We worked alongside Pen & Ink publishing, who were creating the Centenary Book, to develop the concept and to storyboard the film.
Hello guys :)
My first blog post! This is exciting! Chloe's been managing our blog up until now but thought I'd give my brain some writing challenges and wanted to give it a go myself, so from now on you'll be hearing from both of us 👍 I'm going to talk though a little bit about our production process creating these videos, I'll probably show some behind-the-scenes action, and try and keep it interesting. If you'd like to listen to the song that I'm listening to while writing this, it's: Fifty-Phiphti by I'lls. Apologies in advance for the scatty nature of my writing.
We’ve just got back from a trip down to the South West. I grew up in Plymouth and spent a lot of time in Cornwall growing up so it has a big place in my heart and we try and get down there as often as possible for a bit of down time and a lot of fresh air.
It’s been a real honour to be part of Sport Relief again this year. This is the third year that we have produced a schools fundraising video for Comic/ Sport Relief. Every year we can guarantee that the project will be hectic but fun, and at times, stressful trying to get hundreds of small children to daunce/ laugh/ smile on cue!
As we've had a bit of a crazy start to the year, taking on lots of exciting projects and working all of the hours, we haven't had much time to slow down. So, at the weekend we decided to take the chance to catch up with some old friends and go for a stroll in Putney. The Duke's Head do a cracking roast!
Last week we spent some time in America visiting family and friends in New York and Boston. It was my first time in New York and I instantly fell in love with the buzz. We visited as many of the hundreds of quirky coffee shops as we could and embarked on a caffeine and pretzel-fuelled whistle stop tour of the city. After 9 days of eating, drinking, walking and people watching we came home exhausted and excited for our next adventure.