Content Research

"Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known." - Dr Carl Sagan

Content interpretation for most projects requires some kind of research. This can range from talking to people who work for the organisation to rummaging in their archives; although these days the amazing 'interweb' (invented by Tim Berners-Lee when he was working with those clever folk at CERN for whom I've done a project) is by far the fastest medium.

Other projects rely almost totally on content research. For instance, I undertook intensive research on behalf of the COI in order to develop an exhibition commemorating their fascinating 60 year history. This included work at the National Archives and the COI's video library. Sometimes film projects are heavily research-based.

I researched global economic issues including the banking crisis when I worked on a film for KPMG that was shown at one of their partners' meetings.