Having been awarded this contract in April 2021, we began work straight away with Ulster University and the team for this year's Stroke Boot Camp. The aim of this project was to bring together leading Doctors, Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists from around the UK and other countries to discuss and learn more about rehabilitation
About Stuart McCollumStuart has been a huge part of the BNL team from the very beginning, being the mastermind behind the physical building of the studio as well as the technical operations of our server and mac editing suite. His decision to join the BNL team full time in July 2014 was welcomed by both staff and clients of BNL Productions as he always goes the extra mile to deliver on a seamless and efficient process for everyone involved. Stuart’s background is recently stems from a managerial capacity with the almighty ‘Apple’ and his experience has proved invaluable to establish new business development opportunities to ensure that internal processes of the BNL team are slick and professional. Stuart works closely with clients from meetings, filming and quality assurance so they kept up-to-date and happy with the progress of their project. Finally he is our in house web developer and IT support manager, overall he’s an great all rounder with a dodgy beard.
Coming to a Car Park Near You... With recent guidelines released by the Northern Ireland Executive, we will soon be able to jump into our cars and go to a drive-in cinema. Whether you’re a restaurant, a shopping centre or a community centre; if you have some space, then a drive-in cinema could
We are all in this together! We are all facing unprecedented times as a result of the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak. As most of us are, we are facing a reality that over 90% of our workload forecasted for the next few months has been cancelled or postponed. We are making every effort to
Reach your congregation through webcast or live-stream Whether it’s live or on-demand, we can create a webcast or live stream solution that’s right for you and your audience. Webcasts or live-streaming of church services mean that your content can be accessed by an unlimited audience; bringing a much-needed sense of community and fellowship
The Project Space! The final frontier… And our mission was to write and produce an immersive Christmas experience for the Armagh Observatory and Planetarium. We created an interactive 90 minute show that included a 25 minute dome show, live performance, arts and crafts and a visit from the big man himself. Pre-production We knew
We were absolutely delighted to be working alongside the incredible team at the Seamus Heaney Homeplace and Mid Ulster District Council on the production of both video and photo content to promote their centre and the surrounding area. This was to work in line with overarching campaigns from Discover NI.
The Big Summer Read is a free Libraries NI initiative to engage with young people, children and families to encourage people to “..race to their local library…” through the Summer months. With the Big Summer Read participants receive a free booklet which they collect stamps in everytime they check out books. We were appointed
We worked with Mid Ulster District Council on the development and delivery of the two day Tafelta Festival in Magherafelt town centre. The name Magherafelt, according to some authorities, comes from "The Plain of Felta" and is anciently known as "Tafelta," the House of Felta. As such, the Tafelta Festival has a focus on
Live streaming or Online Broadcasting has exploded over the past number of years with the introduction of social media and streaming platforms. It has never been as easy to get your content online and reach more people. We have detailed a few points below for you to consider if you are thinking of streaming
The Northern Ireland Education Authority is responsible for ensuring that efficient and effective primary and secondary education services are available to meet the needs of children and young people, and support for the provision of efficient and effective youth services. We were asked to support their recent staff conference in Armagh City hotel where