7 MINUTE ROSE
7 Minute Rose, an exciting new and dynamic production company, has opened its doors for business from its central Soho loft space.....
7 MINUTE ROSE – NOW IN FULL BLOOM
7 Minute Rose, an exciting new and dynamic production company, has opened its doors for business from its central Soho loft space.
The company has selection of directors on its roster who work in varying disiplines from live action, VFX, motion graphics and animation. 7 Minute Rose also boasts an in house 3D animation and VFX studio - all the tools needed to provide clients with an exceptional service.
The men behind it all are Stuart Robinson, a familiar and friendly face in the industry with an impressive and proven track record and Chris Eades, owner and Creative Director of animation studio Dead Pixels.
Starting out at Framestore in 1996, Robinson gained over ten years experience in a variety of production roles. He then moved onto Tomboy Films working as a live action producer with high profile directors including Ben Wheatley.
More recently Robinson spent three years at Superfad London where his work included a spot for SEAT featuring Shakira.
It is at Framestore that Robinson met the director Adam Parry who is now also part of the 7 Minute Rose collective.
Robinson has secured an exclusive partnership with the internationally renowned French agency Wanda, allowing him to represent some of their hottest talent here in the UK and Amsterdam.
Directors signed to 7 Minute Rose include Wilfrid Brimo, a double Cannes Gold Lion winner for his Aids awareness spots, and the animation duo of the moment, Akama.
Talking of the launch Robinson said:
“Not only do we have the pick of some of the finest creative talent around, we also have the in house tools to provide the Ad Industry with an exciting new proposition.
“Our output might be ultra modern and cutting edge but we pride ourselves on good old fashioned values and quality underpins everything we make and we love what we do. Great passion breeds great creativity and this is what we offer our clients.”
The company takes its name from a 1960s tattoo parlour in Brighton. For a nominal fee jolly holiday makers could get a rose tattoo, in 7 minutes – a lasting momento of their great British holiday.
7 Minute Rose has the people, the services and the old fashioned know how to guarantee its position as one of the key players in the industry and is sure to provide many lasting memories.
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