"There is no point in having sharp images when you’ve fuzzy ideas"- Jean-Luc Godard

Brand Films & Campaigns

As a task force of story-telling junkies, we were never going to miss out on the wonders of the digital revolution. These days we can cram a studio's worth of production power into virtually any shoot; combining the latest camera tech and with an uncanny knack for crafting narratives. NOTHING is more important than your story and after a decade of deconstructing client briefs and turning them into cinematic marvels, we’ve begun helping clients with their campaign strategies. We can help you with yours - It’ll be an awful lot better, and quite a bit cheaper, than you're experiencing right now.  So consider us the special forces unit you call upon in times of need. It fires us up and keeps us lusty.

Timelapse, drone-flyovers, underwater shoots and site-surveying.

We do it all. In-house.

Infrastructure and Construction Filmmaking

We made a name for ourselves back in 2010, regularly scaling all 306 flights of stairs at the Shard before jump lifts were mercifully inventedand we’ve accelerated our niche catering to the construction industry ever since. This entails all sorts of outlandish requests that would be more suited to your perennial Bond outing: Dangling out of choppers shooting cityscapes, running time-lapse cameras with 24/7 remote access for years at a time. Image-mapping data centres the size of Herculean football fields, as well as the regular assortment of drone shoots, safety videos, compliance shoots, training animations and genuinely awesome promotional films that are simply better than the rest because we like to throw production value at cranes, trains and aeroplanes just for the thrill of it.


Livestream / Hybrid events

Whether you’re a global business with a hub on 5 continents or a savvy entrepreneur with a price on your time, we can stream you, your event or your gig directly to the web with secure, private, online access for your audience. Our Livestream functionality integrates with all major supply partners including Microsoft Teams, Vimeo and Brightcove. We support full HD and 4K playback ranging from independent, single camera outputs to 8-camera broadcast productions. All of our shoots easily integrate with additional multimedia assets and presentation decks and are recorded in situ for redundancy and total peace of mind.

A sample of the upstanding folks we already make happy

A bunch of decent human beings


There were no logos on the mugs at ITD before Endaf and Stu joined forces, but a penchant for brand strategy was just the beginning. Endaf lives on his bike and he'll park it up anywhere, especially if there’s singing nearby. He has an identical twin brother and an affinity for pale ales and Spanish cured meat. You can speak to him in Welsh, English or Spanish. Heb ei fai, heb ei eni.


Stuart established In the Dark back in 2003 because he didn’t want to find a real job or live for the weekends - Unfortunately he now does both of these things. Yet somehow this ridiculous human has become our patriarch. He holds world records, summited Mt. Everest (twice) and runs weekend marathons for 'fun'... but ask him to meet you further than 200m from his apartment and he’ll probably order an Uber.


Before Sarah began at In The Dark it was really just two guys editing around the clock in a broom cupboard - fast-forward six years and Sarah's our company director. No two ways about it, Sarah is generous with her time, has a great eye for detail and works her socks off to deliver for her clients - Unless she's foregone her morning coffee. Nothing ever happens before that morning coffee...


Reserved, affable, modest... just a few words that have never been used to describe Seb. A born problem-solver, he lives in constant pursuit of ‘flow’ state, whether that's in the cinema, during one of his weekend gaming frenzies, or chopping an edit down to a well-rounded, thrill-inducing two minutes thirty of corporate magic. DISCLAIMER: Seb has a severe, allergic reaction to bulls**t.

Mike O'Doherty

Canadians are well known for their friendly, pragmatic approach to life and Mike is no exception. His versatility is one of his greatest assets and when he isn't working on an edit or out on shoot, you can find him exploring Hampstead Heath with his baby daughter, sipping a flat white, or delving into London's many markets to prepare a feast for his Italian wife - He’s also fluent, another testament to Mike’s thirst for learning.


Nav made herself indispensable at In The Dark as a freelancer before we’d even asked her to interview for a full-time position. She is a producer-extraordinaire and a people-person to her core. Nav coordinates crews, masterminds logistics, then drags everyone out for a game of darts and one of her favourite gluten-free beers after a shoot wraps.

Fred Fladholt

He was born in Denmark, he grew up in Finland, he relocated to London... no one really remembers where he's from but everyone knows where he's going. Fred was born to be a DoP and his attention to the principles of cinematography are a joy to behold. Frederik is the newest addition to In the Dark, he has a strong focus on the creative process of filmmaking and a keen eye behind the camera.


Armed with efficiency, organisational panache and a wry sense of humour, Alissa arrived from Germany nine years ago to conquer the UK’s film scene. After degrees in scriptwriting and filmmaking, she joined In The Dark as a producer. In her spare time, Alissa does kickboxing, works on her novel and attends studio recordings of Would I lie to you?

Moses Harris

As the newest addition to our team, Moses grew up in New Jersey, USA and never really imagined he’d get to work for a production company in the UK. Equipped with a wide variety of interests covering politics, philosophy and photography, Moses exceeds expectations as our production intern. He loves Frank Sinatra, has watched over 1000 films, hosted radio shows for his high school and can even fix your basic radio if you still have one...

James Sullivan

James first encountered In The Dark many moons ago while working as a writer and journalist. Since then he’s worked as a live sound engineer, touring musician and voiceover artist. James is known for his keen editorial eye and the kind of stoic attitude that can only be cultivated through years spent touring in a van.

Matt McCooey

It's said nepotism sits at the heart of an empire's decay. We hope this isn’t true because Matt went to university with Stu 20 years ago and they've been in cahoots ever since. Fast-forward two decades and Matt's developed into an award-winning camera operator and director. He prefers to let younger colleagues carry our equipment while he chats with the client but unsurprisingly he's rather charming at it!

Dave Barrie

Dave comes to us with over 35 years of accounting experience mined at some of the UK’s biggest retail and investment banks. He ensures that 'a bunch of wily creatives' don’t wreak havoc with ITD’s precious finances. Business comes first goes the adage and Dave makes sure our suppliers get paid within 7 days (they like that about us) and clients stump up in a month (they don’t really mind either).



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