DBS Checked Film Crew

For projects involving children and vulnerable people, we maintain a fully DBS checked film crew. The enhanced DBS checks are renewed on a rolling annual basis and assist in the management of smooth and efficient video shoots for the charity, healthcare and education sectors.

Blue Sky has an established reputation for working in situations where warmth and sensitivity to the participants is required, while at the same time achieving filming objectives on time and on budget.

Cheltenham Ladies' College
Peak Academy
Department of Health
Dorothy House Hospice
Core Assets
Autism Hampshire

Working with Blue Sky

The Blue Sky production team has successfully created video for a host of different audiences, often involving complex or sensitive subject matter. It’s our job to understand you, your industry, your culture and your audience. And in this way, we produce video that will have a marked influence on the effectiveness of your organisation, whether this translates into sales performance, fundraising success or simply winning the hearts and minds of your workforce.

Clients work with team members who have been directly responsible for delivering communications campaigns for blue chip, SME, public sector, charities and third sector organisations including:

BASF, BMW, Bovis Homes Cadbury, Channel 4, BBC Radio 2, Coca-Cola, Ernst & Young, The Home Office, Battersea Dogs and Cats Home,The Red Cross, YMCA and more.

If you are new to video, there’s a selection of 64 video examples for you to look at in our video production portfolio and a gallery of 25 video formats to help you get some preliminary ideas off the ground.

“I just wanted to drop you both a personal note to say how pleased we all are with the results of the filming.

Everyone who was involved in it here has said how professional the two of you are, and the whole business is alive with positive feedback from our staff conference as a result.”

Jon Carwright, Hazlewoods Accountants

“…WE LOVE IT!

Fantastic work, thanks all”

Sarah Palmer, CrowdCube