Central London Bronzes

We were in central London last week filming some of John W. Mills’ sculptures for our forthcoming profile film. It was amazing how many people cross the Millennium Bridge from and to The Tate Gallery. The National Fire Fighters’ memorial always attracts a crowd who seem moved by the enormity of those who have given their lives in the Fire …

Sculpture Town App

We were filming at the Gibberd last week and interviewed the Gibberd Gallery’s Technical Development Manager, Hannah Lee who has been busy working on a Sculpture App for the sculpture collection. We also interviewed artist and gallery volunteer Jim Montgomery. And before leaving we even managed to interview the Gibberd Gallery’s newest volunteer Lolita Clark. Busy Week…

Buster Keaton at the Playhouse, Harlow

Busy week last week, including an enjoyable afternoon filming John W. Mills at Harlow, Playhouse next to one of his pieces, Buster Keaton, part of his Hero series. It’s always amazing what fascinating insight John brings to his pieces when you film him with his work.  

At the Gibberd Gallery

We were filming over at the Gibberd Galley, Harlow this week for our forthcoming profile film about the Harlow Art Trust run gallery. While interviewing gallery dircector Corrina Dunlea in front of Sir Frederick Gibberd’s obelisk we met the gallery’s youngest volunteer Louis Webb. One of the great things about filming in Harlow is that you’re surrounded by a fantastic …

The next stage of the giant donkey

Kingstreetimages will be filming one of Britain’s foremost sculptors John W. Mills as he produces a giant donkey sculpture. We were there last summer filming John creating the maquette. You may have seen John’s “Women of World War II” in London’s Whitehall.

Missing in Action.

It’s that time of year again. Yes, it’s almost Autumn. So we’ve been busy shooting a fruit promotional but some of our props went missing. I can’t think where they may have gone…

On a wing and a rare moment to update

Had a very busy few weeks running around trying to stay ahead of the weather on this project.  It’s been great being so up, close, and working with such a committed team. Thanks everybody. Nothing to beat the real thing rather than virtual or created shots.