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Its May whooooo!!

5 months into 2016 and it has been pretty incredible so far!

MBP has been doing some pretty fun different and engaging work recently and we have been around the world a bit again! here's some pics:

Dubai was incredible one of our favorite clients showed us a part of Dubai that we had never experienced before which was awesome!!

The desert in Dubai:

This was 30 sec from my hotel which is not a bad view!

When I had breakfast at the top of a very tall building:

Then we went to Berlin:

and then we were airside at heathrow: 

and then we were in the Caribbean:


and at the same time we have been delivering a huge mix of work for clients:
From animation for fife council: 

To helping the SNP deliver video content across Scotland: 

As well as content for Babcock Marine and Technology 

Oh and Matt's Book went to number one on Ibooks whoooo!! 

and you can get it here if you missed it: 

And we have also got our new instagram account up and running here: 

And we are knee deep in paperwork and loads of productions which are keeping us up all night! 

Will update again soon yey!


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