It’s that time of year. The long, light evenings, flowers in bloom and hopes all pinned on Andy Murray at Wimbledon.
It’s also that time for the summer Hollywood blockbuster. Coming shortly to a big screen complex near you is the long awaited sequel to that 90’s classic movie Independence Day – this one imaginatively titled Independence Day – The Resurgence. (more…)
If you want to capture a live corporate event, such as a product launch, the opening of a new office or a merger or acquisition the most effective way of doing so is through a corporate video production. Filming live corporate events preserves the occasion, enabling you, your staff and your clients to refer to it in long into the future. Corporate films can also serve as an excellent marketing and communications component of your organisation, effectively showcasing your business products and services. Although it may be tempting to try to manage the filming of a live corporate event yourself, for the reasons set out below we suggest that it is far preferable to employ the services of a professional company. (more…)
There’s a lot we can learn from the Queen. Celebrating her 90th birthday, we admire her devotion to duty, her constant presence and her guidance throughout the six decades of her reign.
We can also admire her sense of colour. (more…)
There’s at least one good thing that’s come out of the new-revamped Top Gear (aside from Matt Le Blanc) and that’s the marmite quality of Chris Evans. Whether he shouts too much (or indeed, not enough) is a hot topic in the Tallboy office – which makes a welcome change from the usual Brexit debate. (more…)
Winston Churchill is quoted as saying “To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” To be a perfectionist is to live in a permanent state of disappointment; something can always be just that little bit better. It’s a scale with no end – reach one target and there is always another. (more…)