Logo design work all completed for a special night of music and song in celebration of Her Majesty The Queen’s 92nd birthday. Live from the Royal Albert Hall at 8pm on Saturday 21st April and broadcast on BBC1.
Graphics work on air in recent weeks includes Britain’s Great Cathedrals With Tony Robinson for Channel Five & The Cheltenham Gold Cup for ITV.
Graphics work on air this weekend includes logo and map graphics work for Coastal Railways with Julie Walters (Channel 4). And the title sequence & content graphics for this year’s class of jungle bound celebrities (I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here – ITV).
Recent work completed for The Best FIFA Football Awards 2017 – the world’s best footballers attending a glittering awards ceremony at the London Palladium. And also on Britain’s Top 100 Dogs, revealing the nation’s favourite pooches.
Graphics supplied for a new primetime ITV documentary 9pm tonight; An Hour To Catch A Killer with Sir Trevor McDonald. Northumbria Police on an intense murder hunt where every second counts.
A new Dragons’ Den series starts this weekend (Sunday 20th 8pm BBC2). Featuring two new dragons and showcasing our latest title sequence work.
Our graphics work appears this week in Two Types: The Faces Of Britain on BBC4 as typeface expert Mark Ovenden tells the story of two types that are regarded as the faces of Britain – Johnston and Gill Sans.
Some latest graphics work on air this week:
Lots of green screen filming going on here for various title sequences & vfx projects.
See below for a frame from our recent Manchester shoot for new BBC Dragons’ Den titles.
New work on air this week as Escape To Costa Rica starts on Channel 4.
Latest work: The Detectives – true crime series for ITV.
Graphics completed for Ronnie O’Sullivan’s American Hustle – new series for History UK starting this week.
Graphics for brand new ITV youth entertainment strand 2Awesome start to air this weekend.
Latest graphics work for a very special concert staged at the Royal Albert Hall to honour Sir Terry Wogan.
Title sequence, logo design & content graphics completed for Shakespeare Live! From the RSC.
David Tennant assembles a host of luminaries from the worlds of film, theatre and music to celebrate the life,
work and legacy of William Shakespeare, 400 years after his death. The live broadcast from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon will air at 8.30pm on Saturday 23rd April on BBC2.