We travelled down to Dorset to film the opening and closing sequences for a new BBC 'Blue Chip' TV programme: Movers And Shakers. We were shooting in 4K and our subject material was the stunning Jurassic Coast. The programme is to be presented by Steve Backshall, the English naturalist, writer and TV presenter.
We headed north on Thursday the 16th to do some filming for UCLAN Civic Drone Centre and Storey G2 an independent artist-centred publicly-funded contemporary visual art organisation. Their current project is Landed (Freeman's Wood): an exploration of the issue of land-ownership and its significance for people and places. It is centred on a plot of land on the edge of Lancaster, known as Freeman's Wood, where the interests of a local community have collided with those of global capital.
The new series of BBC Secret Britain is now airing and last night's episode featured quite a lot of our footage. We've already received some very positive feedback about the quality of this footage. We're very proud of the shots we got of Rievaulx Abbey and Tan Hill, even if we do say so ourselves!
We continued our work with Compass Light Inc. by travelling north to film Fountains Abbey. The Abbey is one of the largest and best preserved ruined Cistercian monasteries in England. We were able to get an 'AerialVue Sunrise' flight through the Nave Windows which was totally mind-blowing.
We're working with Compass Light Inc this week for a new 4k production. They're an American production company based in Maine who create some amazing films, they: 'Produce non-fiction narrative content revealing the wonder and complexities of humans in the outdoors, with a soft spot in our hearts for all things oceanic.'
We have a few locations set up for this week including Stonehenge where we have filmed the last couple of days.