We’ve recently been hard at work on a brand new video project for London South Bank University, highlighting its support for business enterprise and innovation. The full results of that work will be revealed very soon, but in the meantime check out some photographs from the shoot.

The project we’re working on for our near neighbours LSBU covers the work of its Clarence Centre for Enterprise and Innovation. To bring its work to life, our crew filmed with a number of LSBU graduates who have called on the support it provides for new business initiatives.

One of those graduates is Stephen Addison, the man behind Box Up Crime, which gets young people into boxing as a way of channelling their energies in a positive way. Here’s Stephen being filmed alongside LSBU Enterprise Champion Safia Barikzai…

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And here’s a shot of them with our crew of Dan Miles, Kieran Hodges and James Sieradzki. And no, we’re not sure why Kieran appears to be in so much pain either…

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The guys also filmed with LSBU graduate Rotsen Ibarra, whose company, Petare, has brought the flavours of Venezuelan street food to the UK. Here he is taking a selfie with the crew…

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And here’s the result of that selfie…

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We’ll bring you the completed videos as soon as we can. But in the meantime, take a look at a previous collaboration between us and LSBU.

Spectrecom Films is a market leader in UK student recruitment filmmaking. We’ve worked with more than 45 universities. Take a look at our education page to find out more.

If you’re eager to use video to tell your university’s story, get in touch with Kathy or Oliver, our account managers for universities. Both have years of experience working within HE marketing and communications, and are passionate about producing fantastic content on behalf of our university clients.

Contact Oliver Knight on 0203 405 2271 / oliver@spectrecom.co.uk or Kathy Bird on 0203 096 2866 / kathy@spectrecom.co.uk

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