THIS year has started with a bang for JMPUK, with the team busy throughout January working on a range of exciting videography, photography, PR and digital marketing projects.

Our team worked hard with Alex Steel and the team at F45 Bristol Central gym in the run-up to its grand opening earlier this week. As part of our relationship with the Bristol-based gym, we have provided our photography and motion graphics services to create content for their social media platforms. This includes creating fun trainer introductions and capturing the journey of the gym’s opening.

We continued our close working relationship with ETM Recycling in Bristol, helping the family-owned firm capture the process of their ongoing build through our video services. We have a time-lapse installed at the site which is documenting everything from machinery being installed to the fresh snow blanketing the site last week.

In January we also began a relationship with YTL Arena Bristol, who have plans to transform the former Brabazon Hangars at Filton into a world-class venue. JMP will be working with the team to capture the progress of the plans along with helping with the digital marketing strategy.

Our team also continued with the coverage of sport and events up and down the country including football, rugby and basketball.

We covered a variety of football games as well as capturing the ins and outs of transfer deadline day. A main highlight of January was the coverage of the FA Cup. Our team of photographers covered a range of games from the third and fourth rounds.

We continued our close working relationship with Sky Bet during January, with our talented videographers and editors shooting and editing content for the Jimmy Bullard’s Changing Places and Football’s Real Stories content strands. This included Jimmy visiting Preston North End FC, where he swapped roles with the club’s groundsman for the day.  For the latter, our videographers captured the story of Stevenage footballer Danny Newton, focusing on the ups and downs of his career so far and his journey through Jamie Vardy’s V9 Academy.

We continued to build our relationship with Exeter Chiefs with coverage of their January fixtures including the Heineken Champions Cup. We also created visuals for the Rugby Football Union, showcasing a behind-the-scenes snapshot of the team in the run-up to the Under 20s Six Nations.

The team also continued to work with the Bristol Flyers throughout January. This included game coverage as well as PR work, where we provided imagery announcing Bristol Sport’s new partnership with health food company Good4U.

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