“The devil will find work for idle hands to do,” claimed Steven Patrick Morrissey… so it’s good news that our creative teams have been labouring long and hard over the past few weeks.
We’ve been kept out of mischief by a wealth of different projects for both new and existing clients.
Photographic Director Bob Baxter has been commissioned by national warehouse provider Tilstone to produce a series of new property images for their on-line portfolio.
The project will once again take him around the UK shooting ground level views whilst our 10 metre telescopic remote control pole system is making light work of the requested high viewpoints. Bob has also been working for Park Group on a series of sparkling hamper shots for Christmas 2018!
Meanwhile, our live events team staged the biennial Liverpool Law Society Legal Awards at the Rum Warehouse. This is our sixth awards show for the Society and it was certainly the best yet. Hosted by Radio Merseyside’s Roger Phillips and with entertainment provided by Britain’s Got Talent dance stars MD Productions, the show celebrated the very best in legal services across the region.
Our film production unit is currently creating two new exciting promos for Wirral Met College.
The team is filming around the Twelve Quays and Conway Park Campus’ to capture the broad range of subjects on offer for students, apprentices and trainees. The films will be launched in early summer. Also in production is a new project for International Multimedia Entertainments that took the crew to the Isle of Man for filming with the company’s CEO.
And last but by no means least, our exhibition team has been busy designing and building new stands for clients such as Trimble, Bibby Hydromap and Cammell Laird.
Railtex in Birmingham, Ocean Business in Southampton and SMI 2017 in Dartmouth saw us clock up the miles for three very different but equally successful events.
All in all, it’s been a pretty hectic spring – but who wants a quiet life anyway!