It’s been quite on the film front as I’ve been working solidly on 2 great productions for CBBC.
First up was Technobabble where I was producing 10 x 5 minute films looking into the future of music, travel, wearable tech etc. We got to film at some amazing locations with amazing people. A couple of highlights was at Andy Serkis’ Imaginarium Studios and Alton Towers – although attaching a couple of Go Pros to a rollercoaster that has 14 loops is always a bit of a hair-raising experience…
Next up and my current job is on Pop Slam! Series 2. This is a series looking into the lives of the world’s leading music stars from Beyonce to Sam Smith. Last week we were filming interviews around London including going back to Radio 1 & 1Xtra.
Such a natural behind that desk…
My new promo for Drop The Beat festival 2014.
Click on the image above for the link. I spent some time with Lucas and Hatton Promotions. Being in the dressing room and capturing first hand what happens before and after a big fight and soaking up the atmosphere was a real privilege.
Boxing has always made great material for films but only a select few have captured it well in documentaries. The slick, flashy All Access by Showtime Sports and HBO’s 24/7 are the modern benchmark. My film Gallaghers Gym was inspired by those but this one was a little different. It was more fly on the wall, letting the actuality speak for itself – as much as it could with the limited kit I had.
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