Peter Thompson has set himself a challenge. Forty-four marathons, 44 cities, in 44 consecutive days.
We were recently approached by We Are FSTVL to create an animated promo for Terminal 1 - an epic dance venue featuring 24,000 ft of LED, 1200 lights, 10,000 fireworks and 10 lasers.
Clockwise recently shot the official Boomtown Fair trailer for 2017 - marking the start of our ninth year working with the festival team.
We recently received the welcome news that we’ll be working with L’Oréal on its annual Colour Trophy for the fifth year in a row.
You know Christmas has arrived when the festive adverts start appearing on TV. John Lewis aims for the feel-good factor whereas M&S goes for straight-up salivation. At Clockwise, we wanted to do something a little...different.
Meet Chris Light: the latest addition to the Clockwise family. By way of introduction, we asked Chris to tell us five things about himself that we might not have picked up on at interview…
Clockwise Media co-founder and director, Andrew Harrison (aka Baz), recently took two months off to do an epic cycle ride down the west coast of the United States. Not only did he get to enjoy some well-earned time off after eight years hard at work with Clockwise, he also raised almost £4,000 for Help Refugees.
We’ve been working with the iconic Colston Hall in Bristol to create a series of short films to promote its classical season.
The DC Shoes skate team passed through Bristol recently and stopped off at the Campus Pool skatepark for a late night lock-in session. We were more than happy to go along and lend a hand - armed with camera and skateboard.
Clockwise headed to Boomtown Fair over the summer for another weekend of visual madness. One of our many tasks was to film a documentary about The Lion’s Den - a reggae stage which has grown to become the largest in the UK and has played a crucial role in shaping the Boomtown ethos.
Clockwise Media started as a music portal called FOO Magazine, covering all kinds of shows from death metal bands in dark dungeons to numerous club nights across the country. A personal favourite was a show we covered at Colston Hall in Bristol for local legend, Roni Size, who performed with a full orchestra.
Back in 2008 when Clockwise Media was in it's first year of existence, we filmed an event called Project 360 at Lloyds amphitheatre in Bristol. The film was received really well and ended up being used as the main promo film for the event. This lead to talks with the event organiser, Graham MacVoy of GMC events. He ran various extreme sports events and festivals including one called Olliewood, a 2day film, skate, edit event which encouraged skaters to make a unique 90sec film about skateboarding.
Packing your bag for a BTB filming mission is always an exciting but also slightly nervous moment. The excitement comes because the chances are you are off to some really exciting places with an interesting character, but you feel nervous because of the impending sleep deprivation that comes with documenting the DJ lifestyle.
The last weekend of June can only mean one thing for clockwise media. Pack your tent, wellies and camera and head to Glastonbury. This year our crew was spread across two areas - the mind-blowing Arcadia stage, shooting lots of slow motion footage of the flaming mechanical spider on the F55 camera, and the Silver Hayes area (formerly know as the Dance Village) for the 5th year running.
Hugh Hardie is a long term friend of the Clockwise team and as his career goes from strength to strength, it’s great to get the opportunity to support him on his journey. He has just released his debut City Soul EP on Hospital Records and over the last few months we have been squeezing in shoots where we can to produce the Everything Was Nothing music video.
Our aim with this project was to produce a skate based music video utilising our kit to produce something with high production values. Hugh and the Higginson brothers have skated together...