Our video production services range in nature from corporate communications to promotional and commercial advertising. Whether you are looking to become a long-term client, or have a small project on the go, we can deliver a high-quality, cinematic product that has impact.
Production Attic has teamed up with former Sky News producer James Cheyne to offer media training courses. Our day-long and half-day courses cover crisis management, how to take control of the story, the differences between television and newspaper, and how to use social media to your advantage.
From runners to directors and production assistants, we offer crew hire for any project. Our team have worked on productions for the BBC and Channel 4, and on feature films with independent production companies. We also offer post-production services, including editing and motion graphics.
We have worked with Production Attic on several occasions over the past 12 months. Their standards of professionalism are exemplary and they have brought an added dimension to our projects through their hard work and creativity.
There are two main principles that guide our company: our work has to be cinematic and our pricing has to be transparent. In the years that we have been operating we have managed to stick to this philosophy. It’s a promise we can bring to you, too.
We began operating in 2011 as a digital startup, and now have clients who range in size from microenterprises to national corporations. There is a space for everyone at Production Attic, and we invite you to be a part of it.
Production Attic has teamed up with James Cheyne, former Sky News Producer and Channel 7 Australia Producer, to provide media training courses in Scotland. Dealing with the media can involve great risk but offer even greater reward. Right now this … Continue reading
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