Tallboy – Behind The Scenes
It’s shoot day, and I want to give you a behind the scenes look at one our shoots. Watch the video below and travel with me into central London and meet the crew and take a look at processes we go through on each shoot. Preparation is the key to success.read more
I am a big believer in recycling. The same comes to video; I am amazed by how businesses spend lots of money on video and never think to reuse the footage or content.read more
Tallboy is looking forward to 2017 – it’s the year of the Rooster. In Chinese mythology, roosters are more motivated than any other animals in the Chinese zodiac, and we see a lot of similarity with Tallboy.read more
The ideal attributes for a cameraman include strength (to carry the gear), a strong visual sense (to frame that perfect shot), a sense of humour (to see you through the long days) and stamina (see previous point).read more
Tallboy’s MD Simon Banks has recently written a book. Called “How to Get Video Right”, the book is intended to as a guide to making video a key part of communications strategy.read more
The mission was clear; create a video that would entice young medical students to become GPs.read more
Tallboy doesn’t often follow the crowd. However, we were not just happy but felt privileged to follow in the footsteps of Captain Jack Sparrow on a recent trip to St Vincent.read more
Join Sally Eden, Ryan Say, Mike Hodder and Sacha Banks behind the scenes on Tallboy job number 1215 and see what really goes on as we film Life on the Tin Line.read more
Taking a tip from Scalextric, the simplicity concept works best in video. Flashy effects and big budgets aren’t necessarily required when there’s a strong story and engaging content for the audience. So, take a look at our video, it’s child’s play.read more
Here’s a taster of what life is like on the road for the Tallboy Team.read more
Production diary, behind the scenes shoot day at Mercedes Benz World by Ryan Al Bishri.
We started the day early at Tallboy HQ (6.30am), where we gathered the gear and briefed the team on the weather forecast. Which was not good.