TBWA LONDON – Creative Director Walter Campbell

He would walk around the set filming everything on his own personal camera. He only wears black and often looks like an assassin wearing an Edward the VII beard… Even if you have never met him, you could not miss his stance in a crowd.  We recently interviewed the award winning Creative Director Walter Campbell…

A baking session with #FarmFamily Tracey Snare

What is your position at The Farm Film Productions?   “I am the Chief Financial Officer.”   What do you enjoy the most about The Farm?  “I like the fun atmosphere, that everybody is relaxed, yet they work very hard and play hard.”   You have baked the office many sweet treats in the past, what…

Documenting a 24 Hour S.U.P. – Peter Sherlock

On the Third of July 2015 in the open ocean the only shadow cast was by a lone figure on an infinite horizon. His silhouette appeared then disappeared as the rolling swell lifted and dropped him relentlessly, effortlessly. He stood on the thinnest of crafts, a Stand Up Paddleboard. He was in an impossible place,…

A FarmFamily Make Up & Hair Artist – Jenni Kennedy

How long have you been in the film industry, and of that time how long have you been a Hair & Make Up Artist?   “I’ve been a makeup artist for 29 years, but I have only been in the film industry for 16 years because I initially did more stills, low key, catalogue stuff with my…

A Farm Family Marine Coordinator Jason Martin of Frogsquad

How did you get into Marine Coordinating?  “After doing my time in the South African Navy, I travelled for seven years around the world commercial diving and boating. Finally I settled down in my home town Cape Town, and not long after, I was hired to do a small commercial which incorporated both diving and…

A Farm Family Focus Puller – Sean Rau

1) How long have you been in the film industry, and of that, time how long have you been a focus puller?   “I’ve been in the industry for nearly 20 years and did my first paid focus pulling job in 2002.”  2) In your opinion how has the industry changed since you started?  “Its grown massively…

An Interview with a Farm Family Gaffer – Wade Grobbler

How long have you been in the film industry? “I started in the film industry as a PA working for free in 1998.”  Which part of being a Gaffer do you enjoy the most?  “There are many enjoyable things about gaffing and like any job there are a few not so great things. I’d say…