Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Lights, Camera, Action!

Newspaper article Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)

Lights, Camera, Action!

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REGIONAL video production company In-House Films continues its growth with the launch of a new Hexham-based studio and website.

In-House Films is a full-service video production company specialising in video content for the web and it has also developed a unique radio-controlled Heli-Cam system to capture aerial video and photography.

Glenn Perry set up the company in 2005 after graduating, and has produced videos across a variety of genres.

"I feel very excited to be part of the video industry at the moment and the opportunities for online delivery are increasing all the time," he said. "Ten years ago a website consisted of basic text and some photographs, but now video is commonplace with YouTube alone serving over a billion plays a day."

As our appetite for online video grows, In-House Films provides a range of services to its growing client base.

"At the most basic level we tell stories for our clients, and they can be about people, brands, places, events or anything in between," said Glenn. "Whatever the subject, the fundamentals remain the same, to construct a strong narrative combined with engaging visuals that help clients tell their story." In-House Films has enjoyed a varied client list that has included the likes of Sanderson Young, Sage and the NHS.

"Diversity is definitely one of the most enjoyable parts of this job," said Glenn. "I've been lucky to have worked with MPs, Knights of the Realm, heads of industry, catwalk models and even international music artists. We recently filmed a concert and produced a music video for Eric Bibb on which my dad even got to play sax. I've also worked with Vanilla Ice, as well as local musicians and in the autumn we are working on some projects with Steffan Grossman and John Renbourn."

It perhaps comes as no surprise that Glenn ended up in the moving image industry, as for three generations the Perry and Potter families have been associated with photography and video production. …

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