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Hello internet world!

So we have been working on a lot at MBP, we have been working with The Union ad agency to shoot some really fun eat better feel better online adverts : check them out here:

eat better

And then we have also been doing a lot of work with VETSNOW an amazing company Headquartered in Dunfermline who specialize in out of hours care for pets.

We have also finished off a project for SEPA and the 2020 climate change group

While also working on several quick turn around productions for the SNP including this here:

Voter Registration Week: Mhairi BlackPolitics affects everything, so Mhairi Black MP is encouraging you to register to make your vote count in the Scottish Parliament Election on 5th May #NVRD
Posted by Scottish National Party (SNP) on Wednesday, 3 February 2016

Then we have been setting up lots of work with some super exciting companies over the next few months including a shoot air side at Heathrow which is going to be super super fun!

And we have a few trips to Berlin, Dubai and the Caribbean just been confirmed!

Alongside that Matt's just finished his digital book and hard back book which you can get here on blurb :

hard back beautiful mistakes

or here for the digital version:

and here are a few image screen grabs:

As if all this isn't exciting enough! We have also just completed our new website!!! Here is a link:

It's super sexy so check it out!!! 

Feel free to drop us a line if you need any video production work done as we love making films and it would be great to work with you!!!!!! 


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