A small collection of publicity photographs and graphics work from Brook Cottage owner Nick Boy's work for television programmes he worked on with Wingspan Productions. His other roles included Production Manager and Camera Assistant. More info here >>
Sir Christopher Meyer - Getting Our Way
Getting Our Way examined British foreign policy and the art of diplomacy through the ages. It was presented by former diplomat Sir Christopher Meyer. This picture was taken at the Foreign Office in London during filming. Nick's role on the programme was Production Manager and also Camera Assistant on some of the shoots.
The picture was subsequently used in many national and local publications and websites, as well as on the back cover of the book which accompanied the series.
The book is available on Amazon (click here).
Graphics produced for various TV programmes
These example transmission adverts and DVD packaging were designed by Nick Boy for various television programmes he worked on during his time at Takeaway Media and Wingspan Productions. The transmission adverts were distributed to the media and other mailing lists in the run up to programmes being shown. The DVD packaging was used for a run of DVDs for the Norwegian embassy. Click the images to view a larger version.
1. Copyright Takeaway Media. 2. Copyright Takeaway Media, photo Andy Boag. 3. Copyright Snapper TV. 4. Copyright Takeaway Media, photo Andy Boag. 5. Copyright Wingspan Productions, photo Louis Caulfield. 6. Copyright Takeaway Media, graphic Andy A'Court.
Prof Hans Rosling - The Joy of Stats
The Joy of Stats looked at the wonderful world of statistics and asked what it can teach us. It was presented by Prof Hans Rosling, a popular Swedish professor. Nick's role on the programme was Production Manager and Camera Assistant.
The pictures were used by various national and local publications and websites.
The pictures with the trees in the background had floating bubbles added by Flock, the graphics company, which tied in with the 200 countries, 200 years in 4 minutes centre piece of the programme.