A lot of it‘s work is in promotional videos for various events or bodies be they arts, corporate or something else. We specialise in building a narrative from interviews as you can see in the examples below:
IMMA: Jaki Irvine – If the Ground Should Open…
It was a pleasure to interview Jaki about her current exhibition at IMMA <em>If the Ground Should open. </em>She spoke very insightfully and to be able to combine this with some of the audio from the show and footage of what I think is a very important and powerful exhibition. A video like this is great fun for an editing nerd like me as there are some many great elements to use for raw material. See what you think and then check out the exhibition!
I M M A 2017 Programme Highlights
This video highlights elements of the 2017 artistic programme at Dublins I M M A gallery.
Mater Misericordiae University Hospital – New Building Launch
This video was produced for MCO Projects the Project Managers of the new Building in the Mater Hospital in Dublin. One of the largest building projects undertaken in the past decade in Dublin.
IAPI ADFX Trophy: Creativity in Practice
it works with IAPI, The Irish Advertising Practitioners Institute, on a regular basis. In the lead up to their big bi-annual award ceremony in 2014 we shot video pieces with the judges explaining each award which were then shown at the event. IAPI also commissioned NCAD in Dublin to produce a new type of award for the ceremony. This, is about that.
Composing videos from interviews is one thing but shooting those interviews on the back of a moving bus is quite another. For Theatre Forum & Dublin Fringe’s MAKE programme in 2015 it did just that. MAKE is an artist residency programme which occurs every year. Interviewing the participants mere minutes after they had left the programme it was able to get the freshest of perspectives on the programme.
Tiny Plays: The Writers
In 2012 Fishamble: The New Play Company, produced Tiny Plays. A play composed of 25 other plays mostly by first time writers who had been selected via a newspaper competition. by throwing out everything except the interview footage it was able to highlight even further the feeling of some of these writers in being selected for the play.
St Conleths College – Co-education
St Conleths College, a family-run school in Dublins leafy suburb of Ballsbridge is to begin accepting girls into all classes from 2016 onwards. This video captures why the current batch of female students find it to be such a special learning atmosphere.