The Cello
Stradivarius Cello portrait with Christophe Coin
London (UK)
34-36 Berners Street
w1T 3LU Fitzrovia
London
We work through the whole process - from creating concepts and ideations, story-boarding and other elements of pre-production, through filming, animating and the whole post-production. Developing projects right from the beginning to the very end, enables us to look at them globally and deliver coherent results.

We had an honour and pleasure of working with a range of institutions and people, educational and public institutions such as Victoria and Albert Museum, Royal College of Art, European Graduate School, through major design companies like Jaguar, Nissan, Bentley, Rolls-Royce. We also did more avant-garde projects – we had a privilege of creating a series of portraits of some of the most influential contemporary philosophers such as Jean Luc Nancy, Christopher Finsk, Hubertus von Amelunxen.
We are a moving image studio producing films, documentaries, videos, visualisations.

Combination of live filming with advanced CGI (computer graphics) allows us to produce almost everything - the limit is just the imagination.
This very imagination derives from artistic sensitivity and broad knowledge of our team members with various backgrounds.
Chrystopher Fynsk
One from the series of portraits for European Graduate School

Professor Fynsk is the Dean of the Division of Philosophy, Art and Critical Thought at the European Graduate School. We travel with him through a magnificent National Library of Malta in Valletta. While admiring its extraordinary collection of books (some of the volumes dating back to the XV century), the Dean speaks about the role and the mission of the European Graduate School and the opening of a new campus in Valletta, Malta.

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Hubertus von Amelunxen
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Elie During
Chrystopher Fynsk
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Bentley Concept i4
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Autono Me
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Simon Cox - Infinite
Tadeusz Jelec - Jaguar
David Beasley - Nissan
Limbo
Wreckless
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