What started as a fun standalone project has turned into an ongoing relationship with a property developer to produce videos for their latest luxury homes in Richmond (Barnes to be precise), London.
This project has taken us a lot farther than initially expected. We ended up almost launching a new branch for real estate filmmaking, but have decided to retain instead our focus on sustainability.
All profits from these projects are directly reinvested into our sustainability work with the studio.
Here's an example of the latest house filmed for this client who will remain unnamed due to the exclusivity of their work and properties:
And if you want to see more of the work that ensued, including a lot more aerial videography with our Mavic 2 Pro drone, here's our latest reel which also includes work from other freelancers hired for similar projects:
We have been thinking about these projects and how they fit into our work. For now, as long as we keep having these projects, we'll use the profits to fund our own works to boost the transition to a more sustainable and circular world.
Our new direction regarding real estate videography right now is to find new partners and clients to work on sustainability housing instead.
This is exciting video project is part of an ongoing series for Habitat for Humanity GB. Along with many other Habitat branches, they have sent a team of volunteers in the Philippines to help a large team of local workers on a project to rehabilitate and upgrade makeshift homes into typhoon-resistant homes.