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For 11 years, my business partner and I ran a
small production studio (The Production
House) until we ran out of clients in one of
Thatcher's recessions of the 1990's. Working in
both film and video, we were doing
reasonably well, with a number of big-name
clients, but unfortunately we had too few
'bread-and- butter' clients to keep us going
when the recessions repeatedly hit in the
1980's and 90's. When the half-dozen or so
regular household-name clients all pulled their expenditure on promotional and
educational videos at the same time, we called it a day. It was fun while it lasted.
Our studio was situated in a large semi-derelict pile in Wandsworth, The Royal Victoria
Patriotic Building, which as it was slowly restored from its derelict state became an
eccentric community of creative crafts and businesses. This shot is of one of the resident
drama school's dance workshops, after class. In return for their paying our monthly
bill at the resident's bar, we would record and edit their students' drama performances
for later appraisal and end-of-year awards. I don't know if any of the students went on
to fame and fortune in film or television, but the showreels we made for them hopefully
did some good in their desperate world of auditions and under-employment.
For 11 years, my business partner and I ran
a small production studio (The Production
House) until we ran out of clients in one of
Thatcher's recessions of the 1990's. Working
in both film and video, we were doing
reasonably well, with a number of big-name
clients, but unfortunately we had too few
'bread-and- butter' clients to keep us going
when the recessions repeatedly hit in the
1980's and 90's. When the half-dozen or so
regular household-name clients all pulled
their expenditure on promotional and
educational videos at the same time, we
called it a day. It was fun while it lasted.
Our studio was situated in a large
semi-derelict pile in Wandsworth, The Royal
Victoria Patriotic Building, which as it was
slowly restored from its derelict state
became an eccentric community of creative
crafts and businesses. This shot is of one of
the resident drama school's dance
workshops, after class. In return for their
paying our monthly bill at the resident's bar,
we would record and edit their students'
drama performances for later appraisal and
end-of-year awards. I don't know if any of
the students went on to fame and fortune in
film or television, but the showreels we made
for them hopefully did some good in their
desperate world of auditions and
under-employment.
For 11 years, my business partner and I ran a
small production studio (The Production
House) until we ran out of clients in one of
Thatcher's recessions of the 1990's. Working in
both film and video, we were doing reasonably
well, with a number of big-name clients, but
unfortunately we had too few 'bread-and-
butter' clients to keep us going when the
recessions repeatedly hit in the 1980's and
90's. When the half-dozen or so regular
household-name clients all pulled their expenditure on promotional and educational
videos at the same time, we called it a day. It was fun while it lasted.
Our studio was situated in a large semi-derelict pile in Wandsworth, The Royal Victoria
Patriotic Building, which as it was slowly restored from its derelict state became an
eccentric community of creative crafts and businesses. This shot is of one of the resident
drama school's dance workshops, after class. In return for their paying our monthly bill
at the resident's bar, we would record and edit their students' drama performances for
later appraisal and end-of-year awards. I don't know if any of the students went on to
fame and fortune in film or television, but the showreels we made for them hopefully did
some good in their desperate world of auditions and under-employment.

After the drama class

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For 11 years, my business partner and I ran a small production studio (The Production House) until we ran out of clients in one of Thatcher's recessions of the 1990's. Working in both film and video, we were doing reasonably well, with a number of big-name clients, but unfortunately we had too few 'bread-and- butter' clients to keep us going when the recessions repeatedly hit in the 1980's and 90's.  When the half-dozen or so regular household-name clients all pulled their expenditure on promotional and educational videos at the same time, we called it a day. It was fun while it lasted.
  Our studio was situated in a large semi-derelict pile in Wandsworth, The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building, which as it was slowly restored from its derelict state became an eccentric community of creative crafts and businesses. This shot is of one of the resident drama school's dance workshops, after class.  In return for their paying our monthly bill at the resident's bar, we would record and edit their students' drama performances for later appraisal and end-of-year awards. I don't know if any of the students went on to fame and fortune in film or television, but the showreels we made for them hopefully did some good in their desperate world of auditions and under-employment.



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This gold-rimmed frame moulding works to complement the soft tones of the image

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