'Video Killed the Radio Star' or so they sang in the early eighties.
I don't see video as replacing stills photography, for me it's more of an evolution that works in tandem with it. Stills and video make a strong package, communicating an instant message and bringing a scene to life in a way that arguably one cannot do without the other.
We have been working in video and moving images since 2009, over those years we have developed gradually, now we confidently offer video as a commercial venture.
In 2018 we made over a dozen commissions in small corporate videos for use in top education establishments and businesses.
2018 was the same year we won an International Photography Award for a production titled 'Who Are You', a short film collaboration.
Our great team have the knowledge, creativity and experience to take this added media and move forward positively into the future.
Bourgee Is Back
Bourgee relaunched their restaurant chain after breaking free from the old majority shareholder so we needed something for social media to attract attention to the fresh new restaurant in Norwich.
Perrin & Rowe Chelsea Design Centre Showroom
A very simple but effective walk around video introducing the new showroom space at Chelsea Design Centre, utilising both still and moving images.
Who Are You?
A collaborative film with script writer Neil Darcy Jones and long term collaborator Rudi Kennard. This won an award for the photography at the International Photography Awards in 2018
Another collaboration, this time with creative directer Roj Whitlock, East Coast Productions and Sandra Reynolds who wanted a short film utilising some of their actors and locations for their home page and marketing.
Perrin & Rowe 'How To'
Clear instructive 'how to' film designed to make DIY simple
Richard Davonport had the idea to create a short narrative layering a visual record of the craftsmanship building bespoke kitchens, sandwiched together with more film capturing the making of an apple pie - they interweave really very well.