5. December 2011
Yes, we’ve made it to the heady heights of 25 years of business operations! In this time we’ve progressed from producing multi- slide projection shows to developing multi-user touchscreens, mobile apps and 4D theatre experiences. But reassuringly some things haven’t changed, like the art of good storytelling… and three of our founding directors!
We marked our big day with a party at Dukes 92 for clients, suppliers, previous members of staff and other ‘friends’ of the company. From the photographs it certainly appeared everyone had a great time and it was wonderful to see so many turn up and help us celebrate.
We’d like to thank everyone for their support over the past quarter of a century and hope there are many more successful years ahead for all of us.
5. November 2011
Our work for the Durlston Country Park National Nature Reserve near Swanage, Dorset has finally come to an end. The visitor centre, housed in the newly restored Durlston Castle, opened to the public on Friday 18th November 2011.
We were appointed to this project back in November 2009 with the extended production timetable enabling us to organise regular filming on site for our ‘A Year at Durlston’ show. This multi-screen AV sequence was designed to demonstrate the diversity of species, habitats, land forms and ‘events’ at Durlston and encourage visitors to get out there and explore the site for themselves.
15. November 2011
We were delighted to attend the official opening of the new galleries at the Museum of Liverpool which were unveiled by The Queen and Duke of Edinburgh on 01st December 2011.
We have been lucky enough to work on both phases of the development of this prestigious project; the largest newly-built national museum in Britain for more than a century and the world’s first national museum devoted to the history of a regional city.