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  • DAC Filming Guide : What Camera to use and how to use it?

    DAC Filming Guide : What Camera to use and how to use it?

    A wise person once said, a wise photographer I would guess, that the best camera is the one you have with you. This has so many times been true, and today so many more photographs and videos make it onto the news and the media because nearly all of use have a reasonable camera on our phone. So with that in mind I would highly recommend using the camera you know how to use, you know how to get the […]

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  • Donating your skills and time to charity work is rewarding in many ways.

    Donating your skills and time to charity work is rewarding in many ways.

    No matter what size your business giving something back through charity work actually helps promote business as well as being a lot of fun. That’s why I try to offer a free filming day for any of my larger corporate clients if they have organised an event such as the Mills and Reeve tackle 4 Welsh Mountains. We were blessed with beautiful late afternoon sunshine, but this came at the cost of would possibly be the most torrential downpour of […]

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  • Dragons’ Apprentice Challenge Launch Event 2015

    Dragons’ Apprentice Challenge Launch Event 2015

      It’s always great to see so many different schools, businesses and charities coming together.  Penny Mortimer (pictured left) is a true genius coming up with ‘The Dragons’ Apprentice Challenge.  Creating links between business, schools and charities has done so much for not only raising money and passing on business skills to children, but has been a great networking and publicity machine.  Even filming from the side lines it has been great to be involved last year and I’ve got […]

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  • First joint news and filming event goes well at The Crescent St Albans

    First joint news and filming event goes well at The Crescent St Albans

    Had a great afternoon at The Crescent charity garden party, and got a great shot of our new Mayor Geoff Harrison. The Crescent was establish in 1988 around the time of the first World Aids Day, to provide support, counselling, advice and other therapeutic services for people diagnosed and others impacted by HIV/AIDS. I interviewed the founder Iain Murtagh, Head of Operations who was passionate about the centre even though NHS funding had been pulled as it provides a vital […]

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  • Mills & Reeve cycle challenge for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research 2011

    Mills & Reeve cycle challenge for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research 2011

    Brief: Relate a story of commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility Solution: 30 minute corporate video of the company’s team participation in the Pennine cycle challenge   Anyone who knows me would tell you I am a rugged individual who likes to get out and about so when my client Mills and Reeve asked me to video their company participation in a charity fundraising cycle challenge, I was very excited. So how do you video a two – day cycle race from start […]

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  • Dragons Apprentice Challenge Film 2014

    Dragons Apprentice Challenge Film 2014

    Lee immediately understood what our objective was and fed in some brilliant ideas.  Nothing was too much trouble, he worked closely with each of the 8 charities featured in the short film and quickly won their trust.  He’s a delight to work with. Penny Mortimer, Project Manager, Dragons Apprentice Challenge When the Centre for Voluntary Service (CVS) St Albans and District  approached me in 2013 to produce a focal point for their Dragon’s Apprentice Challenge 2014 awards ceremony, they asked […]

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