The decade that made us, National Geographic

Editors Jo Wall and Erick Henson worked on ‘The decade that made us’ part of the Nutopia’s series ‘The 80’s’ for National Geographic.

It was 10 years of non-stop glamour, unchecked excess, ruthless ambition and explosive technological innovation that combined to produce the historic changes and global events that made you who and what you are today. It was 10 years of non-stop glamour, unchecked excess, ruthless ambition and explosive technological innovation that combined to produce the historic changes and global events that made you who and what you are today.

Editors: Jo Wall, Erick Henson
Production Company: Nutopia
Broadcaster:  National Geographic

40 Year old child: A new case, Discovery TLC

Darlow Smithson have produced a documentary called ’40 Year Old Child: A New Case’ edited by Blueberry Editor Jose Garrido.

The documentary follows the story of Gabby Williams, the incredible 8 year old girl from Billings Montana who doesn’t age.

“As always, Blueberry have been very helpful throughout the project and it’s been great working with Jose once again.”

– Olivia Carr,  Production Manager at Darlow Smithson

“40 Year old Child was a joy to cut as it had the great human story and the team were great to work with.”

– Jose Garrido

Editor: Jose Garrido
Production Company: Darlow Smithson
Broadcaster: Discovery TLC

 

The 80’s Greatest, Title design, National Geographic

Designer Paul Bridges has created the opening titles for the National Geographic program ‘The 80’s Greatest’.

The show provides a challenging and stimulating view of one of history’s most enigmatic periods, shining a light on the people and events that shaped the decade, while illuminating the trends that helped design our future.

Motion Graphic Designer: Paul Bridges
Broadcaster: National Geographic

The tube: An underground history, BBC2

Documentary Editor Safi Ferrah, has put his skills to good use on “The Tube: An Underground History” produced by Blast Films for BBC2.

Following on from BBC2’s The Tube series, this documentary tells the story of the underground through the eyes of the people who work for it. With privileged access to disused stations and rare archive footage, this is the tubes hidden history revealing why it was first built and how it has shaped London ever since.

Editor: Safi Ferrah
Production Company: Blast Films
Broadcaster: BBC2