It’s been a really busy past few months for FX Media with non-stop projects and fun!  So we thought it’d be good to cram just a few clips and mentions of recent work into a single blog entry.


First up is a behind-the-scenes for another spectacular Niemierko wedding, this time at Blenheim Palace:

Next is a mention for Photography Farm, where I had the chance to not only train some eager photographers who were interested in filming, but to film the rather zany Adam Bronkhurst for (probably) the shortest about-me film ever.  Here are select behind-the-scenes pics, courtesy of Emma Lucy Photography:


We’ve continued to produce films to the ever-growing bank of films for Usborne Books at Home.  Whilst you can find them all on their newly-branded site, here’s a random one for you to see right now:


3D design is now available from FX Media.  Traffic Experiment‘s brand new logo can be seen in this short clip below:

Traffic Experiment’s live session was an amazing experience for us to film – 8 cameras running at once, capturing some of the most talented musicians in a rather unique studio:

After seeing the above logo design, our friends Engage Cinema requested a similar design for their new logo.  This time, we utilised alpha mattes (techy-talk, sorry) to enable them to drop the logo over any footage (for a clever reveal).  You simply have to take the time out to watch their latest (and greatest) clip:

Other projects have included:

  • a circuit board animation for a major trade show
  • filming an ex-Eastenders star for the day (sorry, top secret)
  • working with The Black Hats on an upcoming music video
  • beginning a series of vox-pop films for Thomson Local
  • training up filmmaker-wannabes on a weekly basis
  • helping local primary school children turn a storyboard into film-visuals
  • running seminars in Oxford for local filmmakers
  • helping to develop 3 new online training sites for private clients (again, top secret!)
  • testing an exciting new filming product
  • announcing a sequel Film Workshop

So keep your projects coming in…we’re always on the look out for the next opportunity to help businesses, bands and individuals.

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