A break in the weather allowed us to film for a new Panorama programme about Fifa. We were shooting in the Eden valley in Cumbria and were lucky to find this weather window amidst the relentless rain the area has been experiencing. The programme airs tonight at 8.30pm pm on BBC1 : http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06tkl9d
Dave is at ExCel in London at the Commercial UAV Show today. He has been asked to give a presentation about flying UAV's creatively
The first episode of Harvest 2015 aired on BBC2 last night and we were over the moon to see how much of our footage was featured: it looked fantastic if we may say so ourselves! The second and third episodes are on tonight and tomorrow: Harvest
We drove up to Perth in Scotland yesterday, ready for an early start this morning. We're filming for our fourth session with the Harvest team, unfortunately the weather isn't looking too good for the next couple of days so fingers crossed for us being able to get some good footage.
We got back to base yesterday after the third session of filming for the new series of BBC Harvest - lots of laughs with the team as usual and some excellent footage secured.
Immediately after the second Harvest shoot we drove up to Cumbria to film for the new series of Secret Britain. The photo shows our Skyjib in action over Hardknott Pass:
We headed down to Sussex at the end of August with the BBC Harvest team for our second shoot of the series; the series airs in early October so keep a look out for it.
The sunset on our first day of filming was truly awe inspiring, probably one of the best we've ever shot:
Great to be involved in the filming of this TV programme, especially as we've all got an interest in cycling in its various guises! Despite the winds our SkyJib coped as usual.
We're thrilled to be working with the BBC Harvest team again and had our first day shooting on the 18th: we travelled down to Gloucestershire to film some of the title sequences.
Following on from the work we did for Historic Royal Palaces and Blind Crow Pictures last year when we filmed the Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red installation at The Tower of London we were asked to film the gardens at Hampton Court Palace.
The gardens comprise over 60 acres that run down to the River Thames, they are are a unique, historical and horticultural resource of international value.