April – June 2012
We filmed creative chocolate-making sessions with a world-famous Chocolatier in front of a large audience eager for a taste...
A classic car shoot at Teddington Studios presented interesting lighting challenges.
Algebra TV cameras were in Cape Town to cover an international reward and recognition programme, with 1000 invited guests from around the world. The excitement and anticipation experienced by the people attending helps build an atmosphere of celebration and a determination to build even greater success in the future.
The "product demonstration theme" continued with a shoot at a major telecommunications company, showcasing new products.
January – March 2012
Management of risk in the world of banking continues to be a hot topic. We worked with clients at a high level to develop an integrated message presenting best practice in the industry but with some cautionary tales. Entertaining and enlightening in equal measure!
We also filmed for a Customer Service initiative on location in Hertfordshire, and a prestigious awards evening at The Gherkin in Central London.
Managing risk should be a priority in any business. We were asked to shoot a follow-up to a very successful Health and Safety video we had previously produced; the new production to focus on instilling the idea that everyone is responsible for managing their own risks.
More conference filming, this time with a medical slant, at a premier central London location. This was a substantial production. Individual presentations were packaged with video and PowerPoint slides synchronised for clarity, and then published via a web portal to subscribers.
September – December 2011
Post was intensive on the Belgian Grand Prix edits and the motorsport action
continued with a return to Maranello, filming on the Fiorano Circuit once more.
Strapped into the passenger seat of a Ferrari 458 Italia with a works driver at the wheel is one way to up your adrenalin level. What's the Italian for 'big smile'?
We filmed an event in the shadow of Tower Bridge in Central London, presented by the evergreen Quentin Willson and ex-Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq, featuring the vocal talents of X-Factor winner Alexandra Burke, amongst others.
Some invoices are extremely technical; a customer needs to refer to supporting documents in order to understand how a final figure has been calculated. We graphically recreated a complex set of invoice documentation and flew a virtual camera around the pages to explain in detail how the calculations are done. This was a clear way of explaining to customers how their bills are worked out.
Point-of-sale machines for credit and debit card payment can be quite tricky to operate. We shot an extensive series of live demonstrations in the studio to explain step-by-step procedures for setting up and using a whole range of models from different manufacturers. The final edited videos were built into a web resource designed to support staff training worldwide.