A place to feel informed, inspired, excited or even a little bit annoyed at times.
We’ve managed to make time to put one of our new brand signage ideas into practice as part of our studio spruce up…so there’s definitely no excuse to be late then.
Its been a busy few weeks shooting stills alongside a large film crew for ‘Sofology’ sofas and quite challenging at times manoeuvring around ladders, boom arms, babies and dogs!!
But against all obstacles and Lou’s stopwatch, the end results speak for themselves.
…mince pies, sherry, sprouts, tangled sellotape, Monopoly, slippers and Home Alone.
Whatever your Christmas brings let’s hope it’s a restful one.
Happy Christmas from all of us here.
November brought a change from the normal shooting day in the studio (for Paul anyway) with an amazing and exciting trip to Japan. Which is one place everyone should go if they can.
We travelled all across Japan in a fun packed 2 week break taking in all the sights and loving all the different scenery, food and wonderful people………just don’t forget to pack your camera!!
We’ve changed our spots, not only with a fresh lick of paint but also a new name – evolving from Lime Creative to Flood.
There are many reasons why we thought the time was right for a change but in short, we’d simply outgrown our old brand. So we commissioned Telling Stories to help us define both our ability and our personality.
Our new name is underpinned by the simple idea that we’re really rather good at creating natural light, which is what many of our customers suggested was our super power… Well, that and the fact we’re a pretty good bunch to work with too.
We’d love to hear what you think of our rebrand so please do drop us a line.
Niels, Paul & the Flood team
On the road again to that there London town – we got into the festive spirit early (without touching a drop) by spending four days shooting Christmas in August… Is it too early to get excited about cranberry sauce?
Following a huge bathroom set build in our very own studio here in Darwen, enjoying an exciting day with the film crew was also a welcome added bonus.
The build was pretty demanding, but it was also very rewarding to work on such a large and complex room set and the results were well worth all the effort.
Who says photographers don’t know how to have fun? Well, probably no one actually… and although a day tackling Striding Edge then Helvellyn isn’t for a stroll for the faint hearted, we call it fun.
A great day was followed by a lively night out (obviously) in the name of team building – watch this space for our next adventure.