Film & TV
Bringing powerhouse production design, art-direction and on-set good vibes to the world of TV Commercials and Moving Image
We’ve worked across a wide variety of TV and commercial projects building miniature worlds on a giant cake, creating circus sets, styling underground cities and much more. We love to be involved as early as possible in a project to ensure we can work with the Director to establish their creative vision and work on the best solutions to bring any idea to life
On set, we’re all about bringing the good vibes and working collaboratively with the whole production team to achieve the best possible outcome. Whether it’s styling puddles of water, making props appear to miraculously hang in the air or ensuring it looks like winter in the middle of summer, we’re used to troubleshooting and creative problem solving to help get that all important shot. We’ve found there is nothing that quick thinking, a role of gaffer tape and a silent prayer won’t solve.
We’re really proud of working across TV, commercials and music videos and it’s an environment where we thrive. We’re fast paced, flexible and fun and really what more can you ask for from your art-department team?
“Their creative vision is inspiring, their attention to detail and execution is flawless but most importantly they are a great team to work with. Literally cannot wait to work with Lord Whitney again.” Sam Collinson, Netflix UK
Nowadays, I feel like most of the time we are problem solving, trying to retain as much production value as possible. With Rebekah & Amy and their incredible crew, it didn’t feel like that at all. In fact, it was quite the opposite. They brought a hands-on approach that was contagious, along with a real eye for detail that made the sets look stunning and a few good laughs along the way. An all-round treat for a director.”
The brief was magical, and Lord Whitney took that and ran with it, within 3 days a dusty stately-home library was converted into something more like an illuminated Hogwarts. So much research, care and talent were put in by Amy, Rebekah and their crew. Total joy!”
It’s hard to believe that in the space of two days the empty studio became a (bespoke) neon lit Harajuku Street. It ended up with a very colourful tone like Nicki herself!”