Sketchers in action at the Transported Sketchcrawl BOSTON - 15th August 2014.
Boston got its share of the sketchcrawl action with a sketchcrawl in the market place last Friday. The event was very well attended with many passers by taking a break from their shopping to sketch with us. St Botolphs Church, otherwise know as Boston Stump, proved the most popular subject matter, unsurprisingly.
Transported Sketchcrawl Boston saw a greater range of materials and styles than we have had at previous events. The town centre location made the drop-in element of the event work very well with a number of young sketchers joining us for half an hour or so and producing some excellent work.
Portraits if sketchers from our latest Transported Sketchcrawl
University of Lincoln - International Testimonial Film 02
The second of our international testimonial films for the University of Lincoln’s International Office features Zamira, a Psychology PhD student and avid explorer, who discusses why she chose to study abroad and study in Lincoln.
Shot by Neil Baker & Ami Petch Edited by Ami Petch
University of Lincoln International Student Films #01 - JOLEE
As part of the work we have been doing for the University of Lincoln’s International Office we were commissioned to make 8 “testimonial” films that explore what a number of international students from across the University love about studying and living at Lincoln.
In our first film we spoke to Jolee, an MBA student from China who was drawn to the University by a photography taken by our very own photographer Steven Hatton. Here is her story.
Directed by Steven Hatton Shot by Steven Hatton & Ami Petch Edited by Ami Petch
Our latest promotional commission showcases the breadth of work that the artsNK Dance Team are involved in from youth dance to dance in education programmes to putting on exciting showcase events and festivals performances. Check out their great work.
Directed & Edited by Steven Hatton Shot by Steven Hatton, Neil Baker & Ami Petch.
UOL Research Film # 37 - Detecting Diseases Through Retinal Imaging
One of our latest Research Documentaries for the University of Lincoln Explores the work of Professor Andrew Hunter and Dr Bashir Al-Diri’s work on Retinopathy and how they are using it to early diagnose diseases.
In our continuing portraiture series of “Great Minds” speakers at the University of Lincoln Steve Egg recently took this portrait of, professor, doctor, scientist and child development Expert, Lord Robert Winston. When he came to give a lecture at Lincoln on the 6th of May.
Other “minds” in the series we have photographed include: actor John Hurt, naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham, scientist Carl Djerassi, and broadcaster & journalist Angela Ripon.