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I’m afraid I’m a bit of a pedant at times. Which is why I get really rankled when I hear people (even in the AV profession) saying they are creating “holograms”. (Unless they actually are, which is very rare.)
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motivation new website
Well, finally we’ve managed to get the new website done. We are promising ourselves to keep this one more up to date – which basically means me making sure I keep feeding information to those who matter!
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Penshurst
We recently completed a project for the historic Church of St. John the Baptist, Penshurst. Our role was to create interpretation that was in keeping with the tone of Penshurst church and was easy to remove and store when, as a working Church, services and functions take place.
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As the world knows, the new Mary Rose Museum has now opened. For the last 3 years we have been filming the process of development of the whole Mary Rose Museum project. We’ve interviewed designers and architects, engineers and conservators, builders and historians. We were given access where the world’s media was not. And we...
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London 2012 Olympic Costume Display video production. The Museum of London has been able to secure the loan of some costumes and a license to use excerpts of the film footage from the opening and closing ceremonies of the London 2012 Olympics – although there were extremely strict constraints placed upon the amount of footage...
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At Chirk Castle the National Trust wanted to refresh the way that information was conveyed to visitors about its history in the early 20th Century. Chirk Castle was occupied in the early 20th Century by the De Walden family, it was decided to portray as much of the life and times of Howard de Walden...
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Bursledon Windmill
An interesting brief, this one! “We’d like a film about Bursledon Windmill, but you won’t actually be able to film the mill as its undergoing conservation and we don’t really have any pictures of it either.” Challenging!!!
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Chatham Historic Dockyard have just opened Steam, Steel and Submarines, a brand new exhibition about the history of the Dockyard.
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We have recently run a training exercise for Plas Newydd – a National Trust property in Anglesey.
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In 2012 a new museum for Henry VIIIʼs famous flagship the Mary Rose will be opened with a Foundation Stone Ceromony.
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