It was our 6th time we have been invited to film the Guernsey Community Awards at St. James Concert Hall, and this year was no different in that we accepted the invitation to film the community gathering of the year. The hall was packed as ever with community groups, charitable organisations and individuals who were philanthropic in their giving to the Guernsey Community.

As we did last year we brought along our slider to offer a few cinematic shots before the event began late afternoon. This year we were treated to a question and answer session with previous Charity of the Year Winner Steve Burne from the GSPCA. We’re always humbled by the reaction of the winners and this year we made a conscious decision to include as many reaction clips to winning in the final edit as possible. This included the reaction from the Executive Director of Guernsey Mind, Emily Litten who was overjoyed to hear that her charity had won Charity of the Year.

As you may have seen from our showreel we have worked alongside Guernsey Mind over the last few years to profile a number of their initiatives aimed at increasing the awareness around positive mental health. The biggest project that we worked on with them was the Stop Male Suicide campaign, which we were overjoyed to hear cited in their interview with us on camera after the event.

We are pleased that the Foundation were again happy with our event roundup video which can now be viewed below.


  • Sony FS5 & SELP18200 Zoom Lens
  • Sony FDR AX53
  • Manfrotto 546GBK Tripod & 504HD Head
  • Manfrotto Slider
  • Rode NTG4+ & Rodelink Kit
  • Sennheiser AVX microphone kit
  • Final Cut Pro X


  • Guernsey, Channel Islands