Throughout this past year, our EOTO Media group have worked on some amazing projects, alongside some very talented and well-respected industry professionals. In just a year their CV’s are now blooming with the experiences they have gained so far, and they now all sport show reels that display just that. As well as showcasing some of the UK’s incredible musical talent, including both established and up-and-coming artists; with the content type ranging from music videos and album adverts, to live concert performances. But what we think the most impressive thing about EOTO Media’s journey is that this is only the beginning!
“EOTO Media has given me some invaluable experiences this year. I’ve had the opportunity to work with really creative, like-minded and inspirational individuals on exciting projects and I can’t wait for what the coming year has in store!” – Racha Sobatee
Joining forces with award-winning creative collective, JJ Stereo, EOTO Media have had the pleasure of being involved with the filming of John Newman‘s TV advertisement for ‘Tribute‘, sessions with Rebecca Fergurson and Pixie Lott, Kodaline‘s album advert and also the filming of McFly live at the Royal Albert Hall. But not ones to stop there, EOTO Media have also worked closely with the UK’s leading online youth broadcaster SB.TV on a string of ‘Stripped Bare‘ live music sessions, with artists including John Newman, VV Brown, Ria Ritchie, Lulu James and Tom Prior, as well as working on Eliza Doolittle‘s A64 music video for ‘Let it Rain‘. Not forgetting their work with Sudden Black, on Camo & Krook‘s ‘Loving You Is Easy’ music video.
“I’m thankful to be a part of EOTO Media, the opportunity to work alongside industry professionals on various projects has been both educational and inspiring.” – Paddy Ellis
“Working with SB.TV and JJ Stereo is something that I thought that I’d never get to do and I feel privileged to have done so. I’ve definitely learnt a lot while working with them, and I hope to use the skills that I’ve learnt more often. I’m very excited to see what is planned for 2014!” – Rowan James-Brown