Category Archives: Location Management

Sharing ‘the nation’s joint problem’ with Arthritis Research UK

Did you know, Arthritis impacts over 10 million adults in the UK? Not just people that are personally suffering, either. Arthritis puts a strain on friends and family, as well as colleagues and employers. Earlier this year, we collaborated with … Continue reading

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#LeaveAsYouArrived With Haig Club

“Everyone celebrates the start of the night. We want to shift the focus to the end of the night. Because how you end the night is the ultimate manifestation of stylish drinking.“ For those that haven’t yet had the pleasure, … Continue reading

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Top 10 Locations Outside of London

When location scouting for your production, remaining within London is often the easiest option. Limit yourself to just one area of the UK, however, and you could be missing out on the perfect spot for your project. Travelling outside of … Continue reading

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Photographers’ Dining Club

We had the pleasure of helping organise the twelfth event for the Photographers’ Dining Club, which took place on Thursday 6th April 2017. Held quarterly, the Photographers’ Dining Club is an evening of photography talks, great food and new connections. With the … Continue reading

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On the Road with Channel 4

Working in locations can take you far and wide, you never know where you might end up. It can be an adventurous calling but not always a glamourous one. We recently found ourselves in the lavatory of a local football club on … Continue reading

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Britain Runs On Rail Campaign

No stranger to crossing the country by train, we were commissioned by photographer Todd Antony to source the perfect locations for Rail Delivery Group‘s latest campaign and website Britain Runs On Rail. We supplied a full shoot scouting and management service for the shots that have … Continue reading

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Saving Lives with the RNLI

We supplied the shoot management for this RNLI ‘Keep In Touch’ campaign having been commissioned by Art Buyers and Agency, Proximity London. The image has been used online on the RNLI website with the important and timeless message that ‘your support will save lives’. … Continue reading

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On the road in Scotland with Peugeot

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These great images are from the latest Peugeot 308 ‘Take a closer look’ campaign shot by Photographer Andy Glass. The images were used to promote their 48hr test drive option and were shot at a location we sourced in bonnie Scotland. … Continue reading

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Sky Earth Hour | A Day In Location Assisting

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We asked Will, a location assistant for Locate Productions, to write about his experience on one of the latest Sky ads. Locate Productions sourced the location from our location library and location managed the shoot. Skys’ latest ad campaign aims to promote, encourage and celebrate the efforts … Continue reading

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At Home with British Gas

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Locate Productions are pleased to present the first round of a new campaign for British Gas! All of the domestic locations for this job were sourced from our extensive Location Library. The images were shot by renowned Photographer Julia Fullerton-Batten, represented by Wyatt-Clarke + … Continue reading

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