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Davey Inc

Video Production
Davey Inc. is a production company specialising in commercials, corporates, virals, historical reconstructions, fake archive, documentaries and music videos. We are bursting with great ideas, used to working to tight deadlines with all kinds of budgets. We understand that making promo films is expensive and time consuming so we ensure we always produce our films in the most cost effective and efficient way without compromising quality. Our clients include; The Hayward Gallery, The Beat Factory, Bionic Monkey Management, Mentor, Weekender Records, Concept Music, Comic Relief, Nokia, Double Jab, Universal, BBC and Southwark Council.
4 Dover Mansions
Canterbury Crescent
London
SW9 7QF

Testimonials

Mentor

Mentor is a drug and alcohol charity. In 2006 we produced two educational DVDs for Mentor; a guide for Grandparent carers and a corporate film about young people living in rural towns. We also filmed a live awards ceremony and produced a DVD.

The Hayward Gallery

In 2006 we produced five films for the Hayward Gallery. 3 films to accompany their exhibitions, a documentary about the opening of their 60 years of British Art exhibition which was screened on the BBC.

Double Jab

In 2006 we produced a historical reconstruction for a documentary about Paul Weller for Double Jab to be included in their documentary 'Into Tomorrow' screened on the BBC. This footage was so good it was confused for actual archive footage.

Case Studies

Mentor

In 2006 we produced 2 corporate DVDs for Mentor; a training DVD for grandparent carers and a corporate film about coastal and ex-mining towns. We also filmed their annual awards ceremony.

Double Jab

In 2006 we produced a historical reconstruction for a documentary about Paul Weller. This was screened on BBC late last year.

Commercials, virals and ident

The Hayward Gallery

In 2006 we produced three films to accompany the Hayward Gallery's exhibitions, a documentary about the opening of their 60 years of British Art Exhibition and a documentary to accompany a performance artist show.