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.
All cigarettes can cause a fire but illegal cigarettes can be even more dangerous, New legislation in the UK states that all cigarettes must now have special safety measures in the filter paper that reduce the risk of cigarettes burning down when not actively smoked. Illegal cigarettes do not have this safety mechanism and have already caused loss of life in Lincolnshire.
To highlight these dangers we have been working with Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue, Lincolnshire Trading Standards and Lincolnshire County council to produce this public information film that graphically shows the dangers these products pose.
This project was a new challenge for us as we have never filmed fire before. Fortunately we were working with the experts and were able to capture the horror of a house fire for this short dramatic film.
Directed by Steven Hatton Shot & Edited by Steven Hatton, Neil Baker & Ami Petch Sound by Neil Baker Voice Over by Steve Cawte
We will be working with Transported throughout 2014 and 2015 filming the vast array of arts activity that they are programming and commissioning for Boston Borough &*South Holland , Lincolnshire.
The latest film we have produced for them sets out the context and covers the launch of the Past Inspired Strand. Past Inspired is one of the eleven strands that make up Transported’s Phase II, taking place in 2014. Past Inspired is about working with local heritage venues and organisations in Boston Borough and South Holland, using the arts to celebrate and explore our history.
The launch featured a vast range of art works on display from our very own Steven Hatton’s “Crowland Abbey Project”, a digital stained glass window for Crowland Abbey, to special performances of Made by Katie Green’s “The Imagination Museum" to sculptural pieces, installations and tradition music performances, all of which launched the strand in style.
Transported is a community based arts programme, funded by Creative People and Places from Arts Council England, which aims to increase the number of people engaging with and participating in the arts in Boston Borough and South Holland, in Lincolnshire.
For more information about Transported and the other ten strands that make up Phase II, please visit www.transportedart.com.
Our new documentary shot in a single day at the Bedgebury Pinetum and featuring footage from the team at the Bedgebury’s botanical expeditions in Asia this film gives insight into this beautiful and tranquil space. Bedgebury is an internationally significant botanical collection with rare and wonderful species from all over the globe kept and preserved in their collections.
The film was produced for an exhibition of the same name at Tunbridge Wells Museum and Gallery and is on show until 13th July 2014.
Filmed & Directed by Steven Hatton Edited by Ami Petch