Experienced Production Crew - Matthew and Company
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Experienced Production Crew

Experienced Production Crew

Some of our jobs take us all over the world. World Television located in London, England contracted with us to shoot various locations for their client, Trafigura. Some of those include Corpus Christi, TX, Burnside, LA, Lima, Peru, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and the Bahamas. Trafigura is a mineral commodities company that needed a series of corporate videos created for their website. Producer, Richard Cook of World Television hired Matthew and Company because of our experienced production crew. Richard Cook brought Matt Trub on board as Director of Photography in each of those locations, UAV Camera Operator for the Corpus Christi location as well as Aerial Cinematographer using the Cineflex V14 for the Bahama location and brought Richard Trub on board as UAV Pilot for the Corpus Christi location. It was the great quality, creative perspective and consistent images that attracted World Television to Matthew and Company. Regardless of the location, our team was able to bring the same look and feel to all of the videos we participated in shooting.

Each location we worked at was truly unique. It took our experienced production crew to deliver the images needed for this project. The commodities at each location ranged from crude oil being delivered directly from the oil fields, to various minerals being mined and moved from the mines, processed and loaded onto tankers for shipment to its next destination. Each one of these videos revolved around interviews from key Trafigura employees and B-roll of the commodities being processed. These interviews were on location interviews so each came with its own difficulties. At some of the locations, capturing clean audio was the biggest challenge. At other locations, capturing clean video was the biggest challenge. The biggest challenge at one of the facilities was dealing with GPS interference on our UAV / drone. The biggest challenge in the Bahamas was coordinating and capturing the aerial images of one of their freighters. But when it was all said and done….job accomplished!