Rain stops filming requiring an impromptu shelter
Today sees the conclusion of a project that I’ve been involved in over the summer – a new app to explore the engineering gems of King’s Cross got the Mayor’s office approval at a ceremony in London this morning.
The app was commissioned by the Association for Consultancy and Engineering (ACE) as part of its centenary programme focused on attracting more young people into engineering.
The app draws the attention of users to some of the the remarkable structures in the area through fifteen videos and utilises the n0tice platform.
More on that at the n0tice blog.
It was an unusual project to work on and also demonstrates how the n0tice white label technology can be applied to a brand for a bespoke app.
My involvement was to direct the editorial content and undertake the interviews alongside a brilliant editorial team who all deserve a mention;
Video – Ben James
Project manager (and some lovely stills photography) – Kathryn Geels
Sound engineer – Jack James
Location runner – Francesca Dumas
We had a lot of fun along the way – including a bit of ghost hunting inside the amazing German Gymnasium – and I think we are now so familiar with King’s Cross that we could all do competent guided tours!
Where next I wonder?
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