HYYTS ‘The Low Sound’

Ainsley Bowman directed this one for an amazing new track from HYYTS who were a real pleasure to work with alongside the creative team from Warner Music UK. This was filmed a couple of weeks before lock-down and feels like a lifetime ago. This project also landed Ainsley her second Promo news Video of the month playlist as well as a great review on Booooooom TV. Catch it here.

Howlin’ to the Wind with Twin Atlantic

We recently made this short documentary as part of BBC Scotlands Tune series. Collaborating again with Twin Atlantic, Director Oscar Sansom captured stripped back performances as well as intimate discussions about the city that they grew up in and its influence on them and their new album.

 

BBC SOUND 2020 WINNER FILM BY AINSLEY BOWMAN

Just before Christmas we headed down to Brighton with BBC Music and Director Ainsley Bowman to capture this short piece on the winner of their Sound of 2020 list. Polydor Artist Celeste was an absolute pleasure to work and a deserved winner. It was also great to continue working with Ainsley and look forward to more future projects. Watch Here

PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA ADVERT BY CIARAN LYONS

FEELING CHRISTMAAAASSYYYY YET PEOPLE?! Hopefully this heartwarming film featuring a sad yeti, a depressed penguin and a lonely snowman will sort you out if not. We had a lot of fun working on this festive animation for Papa John’s Pizza. Our friend Mike Hughes had designed some great Pizza Box art for them and we were set the challenge to turn this into a 60 second animation in just 8 weeks. Enjoy it here.

SCOTTISH BAFTA WINNER BEST SHORT FOR TJIFA

We were honoured to win Best Short at this year Scottish Baftas Awards. Director Hannah Currie and Producer Beth Allen were in attendance and it was a fantastic evening all round. Congratulations to everyone involved. Catch the trailer for the film here.

ROSE HENDRY PROMO FOR THE ORIELLES ‘COME DOWN’

We have been looking to work with Director Rose Hendry for a while so it was fantastic to make this promo for Heavenly Recordings artist The Orielles and their new single ‘Come Down’. Shot on glorious 16mm film, the promo captures the melancholy of everyday life in a poignant and exciting set-up. Catch it here.