We aren't physically big, but our talent pool certainly is.
So if your brief needs one of the world's best BAFTA-winning Natural History producers or a Film and TV production company with a big-name client list – we have the right contacts. But not just on speed dial, they are family.
Adam White (cousin)
Adam White is a BAFTA-winning series producer at the BBC Natural History Unit. He has been making wildlife films for over 20 years and has tracked animals and plants right across the globe. His work spans a huge variety of formats and outputs from children’s wildlife shows like The Really Wild Show, to major landmark series: Life of Birds; Life In Cold Blood, and with many presenters and scientists including M Sanjayan; Steve Backshall and Sir David Attenborough. He is currently the Series Producer of the award-winning British live series Springwatch. Last year Adam oversaw one of the most ambitious projects the BBC Natural History Unit has ever undertaken: Big Blue Live, from Monterey Bay, working with PBS, Monterey Bay Aquarium, NOAA and many other local institutions to bring live Humpbacks, Great White Sharks and the first live Blue Whale on TV across the states and in the UK.
Matthew White (cousin)
Matthew owns and runs an award-winning Film & TV creative production company based in London. Established in 2010, his company is a leading visual content creator, working across live-action, visual effects, animation, digital and branded content. He works directly with brands, marketers and media partners, devising and supplying launch-ready creative solutions that deliver on their core commercial objectives. Everything he makes is festooned with loving care, attention and clarity of vision. So each and every project he works on is realised to its fullest potential. Highlights include film title sequences for Stan & Ollie, The Death of Stalin and The Duke.
Talking of family – here are the family members that showed us the way.
Ron Wilkinson MCSD FISTD (father)
Fellow of the International Society of Typographic Designers and Member of the Royal Society of Chartered Designers. Member of the Design and Art Directors Association, winning Gold Pencil awards in 1964 and 1967. With work internationally published in the DADA Annual, Gebrauchsgraphic, Book Design and Production, Design and Art Direction, Graphis Annual, Designers in Britain, Modern Publicity, Graphics Britain, Graphis Packaging, and Typographic.
Typography and Design Lecturer at the Central School of Arts and Crafts & London College of Printing in London, alongside Tom Eckersley OBE. Served on the International Society of Typographic Designers educational judging committee.
Corporate Identities for some of the world's biggest names and government departments - BEA Air Freight, Ministry of Agriculture Fisheries and Food (MAFF), Banque de Rhone, Sealine Services, Pandair and P&O – to whom he provided global corporate consultancy.
Founder member of the London Chapel of Private Press Printers with work exhibited at The Bankside Gallery and purchased by the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.
George Pollock (grand uncle)
Film Director, Assistant Director, 2nd Unit Director and Special Effects Coordinator on some of cinema's best-known films, who worked with notable film directors David Lean, Carol Reed and Stanley Kubrick on films including – (Assistant Director / 2nd Unit Director) The Third Man, Brief Encounter, Great Expectations, Oliver Twist, Blithe Spirit and (Special Effects Coordinator) 2001: A Space Odyssey. As well as directing Margret Rutherford in a string of beloved Agatha Christie film classics: (Director) Murder at the Gallop, Murder Most Foul, Murder Ahoy and Murder She Said. IMDB Link