This recently released BBC iPlayer campaign was shot at a residential location from our extensive library. We also provided scouting for the other locations used and location management for the shoot on the day.
Click here to see the final images produced by photographer Kerry Harrison of Vue Represents and Moving Brands, an independent, global branding, design and marketing company.
Locate Productions provided the scouting and production services for this Honda Civic Type R job. Photographer Joe Windsor Williams captured the Type R burning rubber and looking great on a race track and at location #3492. According to Autocar ‘The Honda Civic Type R is sold out in the UK until … Continue reading →
We helped in facilitating the location for the amazing Red Bull Barnstorming video where Paul Bonhomme and Steve Jones flew through a hangar at 185mph!
Everybody knows of the unique daring involved in Red Bull stunts but behind the scenes it often takes weeks of meticulous preparation and risk assessments to ensure the absolute safety of the performers.
Detailed coordination is also required in the production and planning of their spectacular shows. The dramatic settings and scenic backdrops must also be suitable to meet the exceptional demands of their record breaking challenges.
We’d like to congratulate the Red Bull Matadors on a thrilling success story!
‘Red Bull Barnstorming sees British pilots Paul Bonhomme and Steve Jones carry out one of the most exhilarating aviation feats ever seen. Formation flying at it’s absolute finest.’
Learn about the science behind such an extraordinary mental and physical challenge and look at the engineering and precision tech that enabled them to pull it off without a hitch.
You can also watch the extended cut that explores further into the Red Bull Matadors view of completing a world-first feat of aerobatics.
‘Paul Bonhomme’s and Steve Jones’s airplanes are seen in front of a hangar before Red Bull Barnstorming photoshooting in Llandbedr, Wales.’
‘Barnstorming was a form of entertainment in which stunt pilots performed tricks, either individually or in groups called flying circuses. Devised to “impress people with the skill of pilots and the sturdiness of planes”, it became popular in the United States during the Roaring Twenties.’
We supplied the Production and Location Management for this fun shoot with Photographer Andy Glass, represented by Wyatt – Clarke & Jones. Shot all over London for the recently released ‘Every one’s an original’ campaign to advertise the new Adam Family by Vauxhall for the ad agency McCann. ADAM, … Continue reading →
We love the final ad from a recent shoot we managed for Cow & Gate.
Photographer Kerry Harrison, represented by Vue, had to capture the typical antics and highlights that their Growing-Up Milk fuels. The models used were identical twins … not that we think you can tell!
We also sourced the location from our extensive library which is appropriate given Cow & Gate’s campaign line ‘the more they do… the more they need’.
We recently sourced the location for this emotive shoot from our library for charity Kids Company.
Kids Company was founded by Camila Batmanghelidjh in 1996. They provide practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable children, young people and families across London, Bristol and Liverpool.
The images were used in adverts to raise awareness for their #seethechild campaign; A CALL TO OVERHAUL SOCIAL CARE AND MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FOR CHILDREN, to help prevent the abuse of children through investment in early intervention.
Location #3964 Brighton Print Works We recently got up close and personal with the Honda Civic Type R on a stills shoot with photographer Joe Windsor-Williams who is represented by the Beth Wightman agency. We managed the scouting and shoot production … Continue reading →
Locate Productions location scouted and managed a three day and night shoot for Rolls Royce. Stills and motion were needed to promote the anticipation and launch of the Phantom Limelight collection in April. As well as the stunning Rolls Royce, the shoot involved a … Continue reading →