Training ground to match day

Getting content from sports clubs, players, managers and staff isn’t always straight forward. Every time we do a job at a club we know there are different departments who need to know who you are, what you are there to do, with whom and when. On top of that with the current restrictions it is more important than ever to know what you are doing.

Security, health and safety, groundspeople, media, commercial, players, managers, it can be problematic, but treat people well and usually things work out fine.

Our clients, in many cases sponsors, can also help by working with their contacts to make sure we are all there with the same end in mind.

Drone work is an area that many clubs have policies and procedures about, and conditions change depending on whether it is match day or not. We are always respectful of the access we get and double check if we need to about where we can access.

Players have many demands placed upon them. Some of them are quite shy and really don’t like the publicity side of things, but most of the time we make people feel at ease and work around anyone who is uncomfortable. As players develop they become more comfortable on-camera and some of them you can tell really enjoy it, particularly when the finished product makes them look cool.

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