The Step on rickshaw has been out with the crew from UFA Fiction’s drama series “Valley Of The Fox” currently shooting in N.Wales. The Steadicam was hard mounted to it in low mode for tracking shots of a cyclist along Llandudno promenade.
Steadicam op. Joe Bullen and the crew from Emu Films in Manchester have been shooting the latest New Balance commercial at Liverpool FC. They used the step on rickshaw plus seat to capture dramatic low angle tracking shots across the pitch.
Joe hard mounted his under slung rig to the deck and fitted the balloon wheels to smooth out the ride and protect the turf.
Currently shooting Steadicam for BBC comedy series “Home From Home” which is filming in the Lake District.
I have recently been shooting Steadicam on ITV’s new drama series “Tina & Bobby” chronicling the life of England and West Ham football legend Bobby Moore and his childhood sweetheart Tina Dean.
Steadicam supremo Alf Tramontin climbed aboard the cycle rickshaw this week for series two of police drama “No Offence”. To shoot a BMX chase sequence, Alf used the step on/off rickshaw attached to the bike. With his rig hard mounted and underslung he was able to shoot dramatic low angle fast paced coverage
Recently completed Steadicam work on new comedy “Back” featuring David Mitchell and Robert Webb.
I am currently shooting Steadicam on feature film “Lies we Tell” for Dop Santosh Sivan and Director Mitu Misra. Produced by Andy McDermott and Danny Gulliver for BIFA Films, the movie is set within the Pakistani community in Bradford and stars Harvey Kietel and Gabriel Byrne.
The step on rickshaw was used for a long tracking sequence during a big wedding scene along with several drones and a Technocrane.