Andy has used his knowledge and passion for visual arts and communication to aid young, up-and-coming film producers in the making of experimental and cutting-edge films. His replica WW1 trench is also being used as a historically accurate film location.
Tom and Natasha Carron, working on the film “1000 Voices” for production company Zapp, write of their experience:-”
“We just wanted to thank you kindly for your amazing help and support with some of the best film sets for our scene. The location was incredible, and worked out so well. As you know we have worked on a very tight budget throughout, so the fact that we were able to film several sets – trenches, air raid shelter, field hospital, dig for victory, airfield – at the one location was a real bonus.
“Your help throughout was outstanding – in the upgrade works to the trenches, help & advice with uniforms and vital WW1 details, practical help with marching etc. The filming day was action packed, but with the great support from yourself and Richard, we are very confident that the footage will be first class (though we’ve only seen a few snippets so far). Richard’s focus on the field hospital was so helpful and his eye for detail very reassuring. He told us that he’d seen the various props used many times, but never in such an authentic way – this was a great encouragement to us.
All in all, working with you and your team was a great experience, and we wish you all the best for the future with Battlefield Partnerships.”