Project Updates

We’ve been working on a few things lately that are interesting to us.

The first is a video production for Prostate Cancer Awareness group, Keep The Faith. We’ve had several meetings with them and we’re really looking forward to filming what should end up being a great tool for them to spread the word. We’re looking at working with several different groups for various aspects of the video, with an interview explaining the facts and such to accompany it.

Also, we’re doing some graphic design work for a cosmetics company to help promote their Christmas deals and overall presence. We’ll get them up online when we’re done! Only a short update this, but don’t forget, you can follow us on Twitter @WhitepawsPr.

Team Whitepaws.

Project : Complete!

Hey guys,

After a long week of planning, filming, editing and rendering, we have completed our video production for Louise MacIntosh-Watson (www.missmacdesigns.co.uk). You can view it in full High Definition on our work page by clicking the thumbnail. Louise loved the piece, and we loved working with her!

Special thanks to both Melbourne Arts Festival & The Beetroot Tree gallery for allowing us to film on location, and to Tom Robinson (www.robocreative.co.uk) for operating sound on set and generally being a really helpful and supportive guy.

Onto the next project!

Also, thanks to our followers on @whitepawsPr for the ongoing support in what we do.

Beetroot Tree Filming Log 25/09/11

Hey, all!

Super busy day of filming today at The Beetroot Tree for the video showreel of Louise MacIntosh-Watson, which was a lot of fun. We arrived at 9.30am for set up, and managed to grab some establishing shots before we moved onto the set. It’s got such nice natural lighting in the gallery that we didn’t really have to spend too much time fiddling with exposures; we were able to just use the same ones we had noted from our test shots last week.

As for the interview, it went really well once Louise overcame her nerves and the horses stopped crossing the road behind where we were filming. She discussed her influences, favoured techniques as well as future plans regarding her teaching career. We also managed to film some sections of her studio (also known as the kitchen!) with her actually going through the design process. Editing starts Monday morning and we’re looking forward to creating something great.

Thanks again to The Beetroot Tree for letting us use their wonderful location.

We are live. Project updates.

Hello and welcome to our brand new website, courtesy of the lovely www.robocreative.co.uk. You can view our work, get in touch about your projects, and receive the latest updates by following us on Twitter & Facebook. All the links are at the top, underneath the banner.

Aside from this launch, we have some exiting video projects lined up. We’re at The Beetroot Tree tomorrow to film the interview segment of our production for Louise MacIntosh-Watson (www.missmacdesigns.co.uk),  a local and wonderful artist who is quickly making a name for herself for her colourful contemporary style. We were at the Melboure Arts Festival last week to see her work on exhibit and grab some footage, too. We’ll have some production photos online in the near future for you.

We’ve also began pre-production on a video for the Prostate Cancer charity, Keep The Faith. We’re absolutely delighted to be given the opportunity to create something for them that will both inform and inspire, so we’re very much looking forward to getting involved and raising awareness.

We’ve got a couple of short films in the writing stage too, so look out for those.

Over and out.