Are you looking for a video production company from the UK’s capital of creative media?
We merge a fresh approach to film with the edgy vibe that is native to our hometown Brighton.
As a location Brighton offers some extraordinary opportunities for creating exciting videos that make an impact.
Local Knowledge means we can offer plenty of video location shoots
Wild Stag Studio has developed considerable skills in making videos since setting up in Brighton back in 2014. Having produced videos and films for a variety of companies, organisations and creatives we feel very much at home here. Our considerable local knowledge means we have plenty of options when it comes to finding exciting locations for shoots.
Brighton offers a unique environment when it comes to video production
We also find clients enjoy the vibe we can create in such a creative city such as Brighton & Hove. The architecture, energy, extraordinarily iconic Brighton street corners, alleyways, promenades and shopping districts give our videos an edge. In fact we like to see ourselves as having a creative approach to film and video making. Therefore we do spend a considerable amount of time preparing treatments. We also work hard to deliver the right location to enhance the client’s own vision and need. Each film project is unique and we do our best to create a bespoke treatment to enhance the client message
Video production techniques can be enhanced by Brighton’s natural light quality
For example we utilise the significant quality of light being based so close to the coast. We are also lucky enough to be able to use the moody remains of the Brighton Palace Pier and the Brighton Marina as exciting and creative backdrops for all kinds of shoots. If you are looking for weird and quirky locations Brighton certainly has plenty of those. For example Brighton’s Toy and Model Museum can promote the unusual whereas The Lanes offer much potential when it comes to video production. Each street has such an individual and eclectic mix of style, people and buildings. The Lanes have a wonderful reputation and are very much part of Brighton’s ongoing appeal.
Come to Brighton and shoot video with a different perspective
Recently the British Airways i360 has also given tourists and filmmakers alike a completely different perspective when it comes to Brighton, the city and its coastline. Viewers are able to rise very slowly to 450 feet above the ground in a futuristic capsule or pod. Built by the designers of the London Eye it has added a very different dimension. Therefore f you are looking for a location and a film making team in east Sussex that has considerable local knowledge then call Wild Stag Studio.
Sussex is a beautiful landscape to capture on film
One of the other benefits of being based near the south coast is the close access of beautiful countryside including the legendary Devil’s Dyke and historic towns and villages. Devil’s Dyke is managed by the National Trust and offers a very deep 300 feet valley in the shape of a V. People have been visiting this place since before the Iron Age and it is an impressive local monument. By the early 20th century, Devil’s Dyke was being visited by a huge number of tourists and it even had its own Camera Obscura and fairground. This type of location gives us tremendous range and flexibility on our video shoots.
Regardless of whether we shoot films in Brighton or beyond we plan meticulously
A video consultation will allow us to see how producing your video in the Brighton area could enhance your message. In fact it is the pre-production practices we have developed that set us apart from some other film companies.
Meticulous Pre- production gets the very best results for your video
We take significant amount of time on the administrative aspects of filming your project. We do everything we can to ensure pre-filming permissions are sorted so that the film plan makes things go far more smoothly. Whether we are filming in Brighton or elsewhere we always go through the same checks so that we don’t always feel we are on the back foot. Our aim is to make your film experience an exciting and well-organised one.
Wild Stag Studio likes to be collaborative in the film making process
Our aim is to collaborate effectively. We listen hard to a company or individual’s ideas about what message their video should portray. We do our best to offer our professional advice but also try to be open-minded about client ideas. Our aim in film production is to advise and guide. Delivering video projects on budget and on time are much appreciated by our raft of clients.
We have film units that can be created to scale up or down
Over the years we have been able to craft high quality video content for companies large and small. To this end we have developed film units that can be created to scale. Our main challenge and aim is to work creatively regardless of budgets or restrictions. Basically the idea that drives us is to deliver the video you have always dreamed of making. After all we are both in the business of strengthening your own message and promoting brands, services or products.
Producing a video in the Brighton area may well be your best next move
Therefore is producing a video is on the agenda for your business or organisation, then Wild Stag Studio can definitely help. So why not use our local knowledge and squeeze the very best from some of the stunning locations around Brighton, Hove and east Sussex? If you are not quite sure what the next stage might be when planning a video shoot then why not chat to us and see where we might be able to help.
If you need some advice or would like to understand the pre and post-production processes that will make your film project stand out from the rest, then do give us a call. We would be delighted to see how we might help you create a video you can be proud to use. Contact Wild Stag Studio here.
Video Production Services in Brighton, East Sussex
Wild Stag Studio offer video production services in Brighton, East Sussex, a large town located in South East England. Brighton is part of the City of Brighton and Hove forms part of the greater Brighton and Hove built-up area, a Unitary Authority in Sussex. A range of East Sussex businesses including Wild Stag Studio make their home in Brighton. Brighton formerly used to be called Brighthelmstone. Nicknames include the Brighthelmstone & Blightey.
Brighton incorporates a number of villages and settlements including Aldrington, Old Steine, Bevendean, Black Rock, Brunswick, Coldean and Hangleton. Wild Stag Studio’s video production service area in the City of Brighton and Hove also includes Mile Oak, Moulsecoomb, Hollingbury, Hollingdean and Hove. Other service areas of Wild Stag Studio in Brighton, Sussex are comprised of Patcham, Ovingdean, Rottingdean, Portslade-by-Sea and Saltdean, as well as Brighton and Hove’s outer urban areas Westdene, Woodingdean, West Blatchington and Withdean.
Just as importantly, Wild Stag Studio’s video production services cover the Brighton Municipality along with Bear Road area, Stanmer and Brighton Marina. Brighton is administered by the BN postcode area. The Sussex University and University of Brighton are respected through out the United Kingdom. Queen’s Park, Brighton and Preston Park, Brighton are enjoyed by residents and known through out England. Connecting Brighton to other major populations are the A23 road and A27 road. Bordering to the West of town of Brighton and Hove is Sompting, Worthing, Southwick, Shoreham, Littlehampton and Lancing. Bordering on the East of the City of Brighton is Lewes, Peacehaven and Burgess Hill.