Cinematographer Ruben Woodin Dechamps’s shoots Samm Henshaw’s latest promo… How Does It Feel…?

Shot on 16mm over one long day and directed by Taz Tron Delix (Compulsory) on location in London the promo features a multitude of characters and mixes fantasy with reality…

Ruben has collaborated with Taz Tron Delix previously, check out below…

Oscar Worldpeace: No White God

JD Reid feat. Novelist: Ready

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Production Designer Lucie Red’s latest spot for TK Maxx airs.

Directed by Femke Huurdeman and produced by Canada London, the commercial focuses on the vibrancy of the brand highlighted by Lucie’s set design.

Filmed in studio over 1 day the set build displays a variety of handbags on multiple podiums, all enveloped by colour.













Cinematographer Tim Sidell’s latest collaboration with director Magnus Hardner (B Reel) sees audio come to life… Storytell focuses on a series of situations in which the on screen listener is enveloped by the sound of storytelling.

Shot over 3 days on location in Stockholm & Palma, we see a woman sensually feeling the words, as well as an emotional man able to do little but tear up and take in the narrator…

In the world of music promos Tim collaborated once again with director Ivana Bobic (Riff Raff) on their third promo for artist Sigrid, shot on location in Mexico over one long night, the track is called High Five and is as quirkily energetic as Sigrid herself.










Cinematographer Fede Alfonzo joined director Simon Ratigan (HLA) in Spain to shoot this spot for Land Rover: Never Stop Discovering

Shot over 8 days the commercial took them across country seeking locations highlighting freedom and exploration.

This is the first time Fede has collaborated with Ratigan, and this is a further spot that contributes towards his growing body of car commercials, which includes Ford directed by Andrew Lang and Audi directed by Scott Weintrob.














Costume Designer Grace Snell worked across the recently released commercial for Bwin – Who Stole the Cup?

The spot centres on an audacious heist taking place at a glamorous high end event, with the chief thieves none other than football legends Cafu, Vicente del Bosque, Stefan Effenberg, and Diego Maradona. It features a sprawling cast showcasing Kremlin uniforms, luxurious gowns, impeccable tuxedos, a full brass band, shifty waiters… but no clear culprit.

Directed by Pedro Martín-Calero, the film was produced through Blink.








In preparation for the World Cup, ITV produced this promo designed by Tom Gander – FIFA World Cup 2018

Directed by Hauke Hilberg Tom designed and created a multitude of props that feature throughout the commercial. Various locations were dressed with one perfect location imperfectly smaller than necessary, resulting in Tom creating ‘marble’ plinths and statues at a third of the size to give the illusion of height and depth.

Tom is currently designing a short for director Ben Liam Jones (for whom he designed Sky Movies building a living room that evolves through a 25 year period and NatWest: Wedding).











Congratulations to director MJ Delaney whose short Dream Land, with Cinematography by Patrick Meller, won the BAFTA for Best Short Form Programme on Sunday night.

Scripted by Sharon Horgan and starring Morgana Robinson, Sheridan Smith and Frances Barber, Dream Land was shot location in Margate and aired on Sky as part of their Summer Shorts series.

Morgana Robinson’s Dream Land… VIEW the short HERE.

Other drama shot by Patrick includes feature film Boyz In The Wood directed by Ninian Doff, Beast, a short directed by Leonora Lonsdale and starring Billie Piper, and short film Boat directed by Louise Stern and about to hit the festival circuit .









Cinematographer Hubert Taczanowski shot director Hugo Blick’s follow up to The Honourable Woman, provisionally entitled Black Earth Rising starring John Goodman and BAFTA-winner Michaela Coel, last year… first images now released.

Playing out across the UK, Europe, Africa and the USA, Black Earth Rising explores issues of justice, guilt and self-determination. The story centres on Kate Ashby (Coel) who was rescued as a young child during the Rwandan genocide and adopted by Eve Ashby (Walter), a world class British prosecutor in international criminal law. Kate was raised in Britain and, now in her late twenties, she works as a legal investigator in the law chambers of Michael Ennis (Goodman). When Eve takes on a case at the International Criminal Court, prosecuting an African militia leader, the story detonates, pulling Michael and Kate into a journey that will upend their lives forever.

Filmed in 2017 Black Earth Rising is a co-production between BBC2 and Netflix.








Hubert is currently filming a drama for the BBC on location in Ireland with director Richard Laxton.