Longstaff Media offer a full TV and video production service, including every aspect of the pre-production, production and post-production carried out by our in-house team of industry experts in our North Wales office.
Using our HD Cameras, UAV multi-rotor drones, tracks and jibs, we can give you the look and feel of a large budget production at a fraction of the cost.
Our award-winning team of directors, camera operators, script writers, video editors and producers will ensure that your corporate video receives the highest standard of work at every level.
We can help you get the best from your corporate video by working with you from the conception stage all the way through to the end product and then onto promoting your video.
We use Avid and Final Cut Pro in our edit suites.
Our production team are BBC trained with over 20 years of TV broadcasting experience.
Filming in South Korea - BBC production - Education 'Panorama'
Filming BBC 'Helicopter Rescue' following HRH Prince William at RAF Valley.
Filming HRH Prince William and the crew of RAF Search and Rescue for BBC 'Helicopter Rescue'.
A fantastic opportunity to film HRH Prince William – The Duke of Cambridge over a 6 month period with RAF Search and Rescue.
Filming in the iconic SeaKing helicopter had its problems but the outcome was well worth the effort.
Filming at Sweden's Ice Hotel - following the Reindeer for BBC Scotland
"A video about life at St Edmund’s Church, Warkton, following the conservation of the Montagu Monuments. The conservation of the monuments was undertaken by the joint partnership of the Buccleuch Living Heritage Trust and the Parochial Church Council of St Edmund’s Church, and was funded…
Richard Longstaff – DOP/Cameraman & Drone Pilot Professional Experience. My filming career started in London working for the BBC as a camera operator in 1992. At the tender age of 18 I was filming on the ‘One, Six, and Nine O’Clock News’, ‘National Conferences’ and main events for the home and foreign newsdesks. This soon progressed to a range of programmes from ‘Newsnight’ and ‘Money Programme’ to ‘On The Record’ and ‘Panorama’. In 1995 I was invited to work as senior cameraman on ‘Week In Week Out’ BBC Wales 30 min current affairs programme. Over the next 6 years and more than 10 series later, I collected 3 Welsh Bafta Awards and BT Cameraman of the Year. Part of my job involves being able to work in both difficult and often hostile locations. Having worked on over 50 programmes all over the world for BBC Scotland ‘Eorpa’ series, this gave me a wealth of experience, from filming grave thieves in Crimea, alcoholism in Greenland to the harsh lives of the inhabitants of Siberia. I am now living in North Wales with bases in London and Cardiff, and work on a wide range of projects from ‘Arts’ programmes to ‘Fly on the Wall’ documentaries in the UK and abroad. Special skills and experience I feel the experience I have gained from working in so many different environments and countries has given me a good understanding of working as part of a team and dealing with all kinds of contributors no matter what the language or culture. CAA approved and qualified UAV drone pilot. I am fully inoculated for filming in most countries and hold a 5 year American work visa. Other visas include: Russia, Moldova, Poland, Ukraine and Mozambique. I hold a full UK driving license and motor bike licence.
Cameras - Sony FS7 Sony F5 Sony A7s mk2 Sony A7r mk2 Canon C300 Canon XF 305 Canon 5D mk3 Sony 790 HDW HDCAM / Sony 790 Digi-Beta Atmos Ninja recorder - record on 2.5 ssd drives Nano Flash recorder - record onto compact flash cards 2 x 7 inch Camera monitors HD/SDI (wireless) Panasonic 20 inch field monitor HD/SDI (wireless) Mini Jib Lightweight Mini Jib Sound equipment - including both shotgun (MKH60) and radio mics (Sennheiser and Sony) Lighting 2 x kino Diva lite 2 x Arri 650 watt 6 x red head 800 watt 2 x Arri 350 watt 2 x Arri 2k 4 x Dado kit Extra equipment on request.