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Google - Loch Ness

Awe inspiring. A place of mystery, with hidden stories and astonishing beauty. Whilst we could be talking about Gary Forrester's edit suite, we're actually talking about Loch Ness - the subject of Gary's work with director Nick Rutter on their latest film with Adam & Eve/DDB. Google's stunning new film explores the breathtaking landscape and fascinating people of Loch Ness whilst extolling the virtues of their much loved street view function. Captured by Nick, Google's team have even mapped the Loch allowing you to go beneath the surface and have a look around on your lunchbreak. You're perhaps more likely to find the sunken World War Two bomber than a famous Jurassic creature but either way, it's definitely worth a look. Put down that snorkel and head to Google Maps to explore the Loch (and keep an eye open for the little yellow chap that you normally drag on to the map to enter street view - if you look at Loch Ness it becomes Nessie!) Oh and a big shout out also deservedly goes to Marshall Street's in-house Sound Designer extraordinaire - Brendan Woithe, who has created an incredible soundscape on this film.

Advertiser

Advertiser: Google

Creative Agency

Agency Production: Adam & Eve DDB

Music and Sound

Composer: Brendan Woithe

Music Publisher: Klang Music

Offline

Edit Assistant: Melissa Silvana Geczy

Edit Company: Marshall Street Editors

Editor: Gary Forrester

Head of Production: SJ O'Mara

Managing Director: Kath Sawszak-Pierce

Production Company

Production Company: Sonny London

Director: Nick Rutter

Genre: Apps, Dialogue, Digital, Documentary, Editing, Music & Sound Design, People, Photography, Scenic, Storytelling