Event Video Production
On 13, Sep 2013 | In Event Video Production | By admin
We were asked by swing singer Glen Roughead to produce a promotional video at one of his shows at the Live Theatre in Newcastle which both demonstrated both the quiet soulful side of his performances and also the energetic side and his ability to get a venue jumping.
“I have worked with Nimbus Productions now on a number of occasions (and have them booked for future events) they have always delivered exactly what I wanted. Their laid back style has helped me feel at ease when conveying my ideas and their input have taken all my projects to the next level. Always very efficient in getting back to you straight away and always gone that extra mile for me to really make what I’m trying to achieve a fantastic product. I would have no hesitate in recommending them to anyone.”
– glen roughead
You can find more information about Glen at www.glenrswing.co.uk
This is an excerpt from our video footage of the Eve’s Curse Exhibition and awards ceremony at the Great North Museum; Hancock in Newcastle. Organised by regular clients The Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research the exhibition was “A collection of images from the laboratory and interpretations of key scientific themes by professional and amateur artists from around the region”
“We have been delighted with the work you have done for us both in terms of the patient information day but also the filming of our Eve’s Curse event. The quality of the films is excellent and you work well with all of our staff. We will definitely be using your services again in the future and look forward to working with you on some of our planned projects”
– Professor Turnbull
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Pic from codeworks
Gateshead based networking and event company Codeworks asked us to document a series of events for The CultureCode Initiative with a single camera set up.
“The CultureCode Initiative is creating an opportunity for North East cultural and digital communities to work closely together, increasing their understanding of each other’s work and the mutual benefits of collaboration. These events are connecting leading North East cultural organisations and practitioners with software developers and creative technologists to see what amazing things happen.”
“Naomi is a designer and illustrator active in the design industry for almost a decade, she has held senior positions at three leading brand, web, and advertising agencies in London with world renowned clients such as Audi, British Telecom, Macmillan Cancer Support and Aviva. She’s also a regular contributor to .net magazine
“Dominic Smith is an artist and curator who’s practice explores open source methods of project development through a hands-on, open approach to working with art & technology. He recently completed doctoral research with CRUMB at Sunderland University examining the relationship between open source production methods and methods employed by artists and curators. He is currently in post at the Tyneside Cinema as Digital Media Projects Manager running the Pixel Palace digital media arts programme.
“Jer Thorp is an artist and educator from Vancouver, Canada, currently living in New York. Coming from a background in genetics, his digital art practice explores the many-folded boundaries between science and art. Recently, his work has been featured by The New York Times, The Guardian, Scientific American, The New Yorker, and the CBC. Thorp’s award-winning software-based work has been exhibited in Europe, Asia, North America, South America, and Australia and all over the web.”
“Raphaëlle is founder of ArtSpotter, an Interactive Mobile Art Map. Their products allow art lovers to discover, explore and interact with exhibitions anywhere in the world. While only her first startup, Raphaëlle’s passion and drive for art and tech have lead her from attending her first technology conference a year ago to develop ArtSpotter from an idea to a reality, presenting at DLD Women, Geek’n’Rolla and AppCircus.”
“Kelly Richardson is a video installation artist from Ontario, Canada, currently living in Whitley Bay. Her work has been exhibited at various important museums and public institutions. She is currently working towards a major commission for the Pixel Palace (Tyneside Cinema) which involves a distant futurescape on Mars. An international, touring survey exhibition of her work is currently scheduled to begin in 2012 at the Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art.”
If you are holding an even you would like to advertise or document drop us an email for a quote Info@superveillance.com
We have been asked by the organisers of The Evolution Festival to produce several videos for this years event.
The first is a promo advertising the main daytime events of the festival. The organisers did not have any video footage of past events and so we were asked to source photographic content from several local photographers for the video.
The festival takes place at the former site of Spillars Wharf and at several other venues on August bank holiday. Full lineup is yet to be announced.