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LS Productions : realize the Pleasure Garden – Spring/Summer 2017 editorial with fashion photographer Annemarieke Van Drimmelen in Scotland

'In the Genes' is the the title of the production for PLEASURE GARDEN Spring/Summer 2017, which was photographed by Annemarieke Van Drimmelen on commission for Management+Artists. Styling was in the hands of Dimphy den Otter, and the model in front of the camera of the fashion photographer was Stella Tennant. In charge of production & location was the team from GoSee member LS Productions.

The UK's largest stills and motion service production company with a library of unique locations. "At LS Productions, we are focused on providing massive production value that never feels mass produced – we treat everyone the same, everyone’s welcome – especially if they’re looking to do great work. Over the years, we’ve worked with some amazing brands, not to mention some incredible talent. Big job or small(er), we pride ourselves on ensuring that the service is always as good as it can be."
31.05.2017 // show complete article

'More Indian than you think' – LUFTHANSA is advertising on the Indian subcontinent with a cricket spot – and location support from LS PRODUCTIONS

Cricket is a team sport most popular among Commonwealth countries and is a national pastime in several others. Cricket is India's favorite sport by far, and a little known fact is: There are breaks for both lunch and tea during the sport. But we don't want to get ahead of ourselves.

What is the spot by Director Martin Werner all about? We see a focused British cricket coach who is ready to do whatever it takes to beat the legendary Indian champions with their own weapons. We see English athletes with a death wish up against Indian cuisine, Indian philosophy including yoga, Indian music and what could never be left out: Indian dance. But what about the airline? Is it Indian too? The coach knows how to make them feel comfortable: Because whatever has LUFTHANSA's name on it, definitely has that little bit more in store – always. This is also demonstrated in the grand finale of the spot: 'More Indian than you think'.

LS PRODUCTIONS tells GoSee about what happened between Birmingham and Frankfurt: “Directed by CZAR’s Martin Werner, the film is centered on the story of a coach instructing his English team in the Indian way, from eating and practice, to yoga and dancing. LS Productions were brought on board by CZAR and tasked with finding an English cricket stadium for the shoot. It was imperative for the ground to have no affiliation with another airline. The Location Department at LS Productions liaised with the representatives for filming at each cricket ground to ensure that there were no conflicts of interest with existing sponsors and identify any potential issues as early on in the process as possible. In the end, Edgbaston stadium in Birmingham was just perfect.”

Thorne Mutert, Executive Producer CZAR, comments: “This was another great shoot with LS Productions in England, our third together. Edgbaston was exactly what we hoped for - the LS locations team gained us complete access for a long weekend of shooting. With a large cast and crew, it really made the job as easy as possible. Sarah and her team really know their stuff, are flexible and make it fun… What more could we need!” Go & See!
02.04.2017 // show complete article

Northern English beauty Sam Rollinson is 'Above & Beyond' for HARPER'S BAZAAR UK March 2017 - production LS PRODUCTIONS

Model Samantha "Sam" Rollinson is originally from the Northern English town of Doncaster – where she was also discovered at the age of fifteen in her mother's company. The first big campaign soon followed: Sam posed alongside top model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for Burberry, and the rest is history. We now present her in the cover spread of the March issue of HARPER'S BAZAAR UK. The spread produced by LS Productions was photographed for the 150 Anniversary issue of the high-gloss magazine by Agata Pospieszynska. Styling: Charlie Harrington. Dunnottar Castle, a ruin in Aberdeenshire, Scotland , can be seen in the background of the cover.
09.02.2017 // show complete article