Flying Fish is set to boost its offering with the addition of Fanclub to its stable; an end-to-end stills production division, representing a carefully curated roster of photographers.
Launching on April 27th, Fanclub’s executive producer, Fleur Swarbrick will be leading the charge and is amped to bring the Fanclub offering to market.
“I can’t wait to work with such a talented group of creatives, and I’m looking forward to delivering next level production support to enable them to focus on what they do best,” says Fleur.
Fanclub will represent a considered group of talented photographers covering a variety of genres, ranging from food & lifestyle specialist Lottie Hedley, multi award winning Spid Pye, and adventure legend Graeme Murray, to fashion photographer Karen Ishiguro and distinctive food & product photographer Kate Grewal, to name a few.
“After seeing increased demand and requests for photography packaged into our projects, it felt like a natural progression to extend our offering into the stills space. We’ve worked with Fleur for many years and knowing her particular experience and contacts in this field, she was an obvious choice to head up this new division,” says Flying Fish managing director, James Moore.
“Whilst we’ll continue to collaborate with many of NZ’s great photographers, our goal for Fanclub is to offer clients a one-stop-shop when it comes to production, and the opportunity to collaborate throughout the entire production process with top-notch photographers that represent a range of styles and specialties,” says Flying Fish executive producer, Sam Attenborough.
Fanclub will complement Fish’s existing offerings, which include large scale commercial production, content & music video production (Fish&Clips), long form film and television production (Fish Entertainment), Studio230 Auckland’s largest inner-city studio and post-production, visual effects and motion graphics (MandyVFX) who have extended their capabilities to include stills grade and retouching.