We shoot all our films with high end DSLRs, sound equipment and editing software, producing quality motion pictures.
Our experienced photographers produce work using the best equipment, knowledge and poise. We produce photos suited to you
We train creatives up on the technical side of film and photography. Our one to one sessions offer practical skills to get people producing work
Professional & Outstanding ideas of our passionate team makes us unique in every sense.
Sabina’s Bio | My career path became apparent when someone looked at my phone screen picture and said, “That’s a nice picture, you should be a photographer” – I took their compliment quite literally and became a photographer and then filmmaker. I began as a freelancer, doing small jobs for people and small companies. I focused on building on my skills at filming, editing and on equipment.
After 5 years of freelancing and working 2 part time jobs, a little man on my shoulder said “Quit all your jobs, start a company, invest all your time, heart and money”. Turns out he was right, turns out he was an Angel!
Today I am still me and I still work in the same manner, but just on larger projects which allow collaboration. Although, my favourite thing is to be in a park with my camera, flimsy tripod and a passionate individual who has a vision that I can materialize.
I am Sabina | I am Mckenzie Brown Media
Melissa’s Bio | As the Social Media Manager, Melissa is in charge of increasing Mckenzie Brown Media’s social presence, by promoting their services, and live projects. Melissa is also a developing photographer, assisting the team on film shoots such as, #SpeaksInMotion and Girls Talk London TV.
Alina’s Bio | A freelance journalist, filmmaker and photographer. A former dancer and a nomad at heart, she has always yearned to express herself creatively. Her motto is ‘never settle’, as she is dedicated to always improving her skills in all the three areas of expertise. Alina mainly writes about film and the film industry; you can find her articles on KFTV and HeyUGuys. Alina has worked on many film projects with Mckenzie Brown Media, such as Future4Youth, The Adding and Condemned in the City. You can find more of Alina’s work on her personal website.
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Patrycja’s Bio | Film has been in my life ever since I was 6, going to the cinema was a magical part of growing up and still is to this day. The trigger point when I fully got into filming was after getting the opportunity to direct my schools mock sixth form promotional video. Since then I’ve become a fully participating member in the filmmaking scene.
I first started working with MBM on the Girls Talk London production which I particularly enjoyed as it was my first encounter working with professional equipment, large cast and crew and a director. I found it specifically educational looking at how the Director functions on a busy set and I have learned more and more on each film set.
I would like to progress in camera work and editing in the long run before perusing a career in Directing.
MBM has been beneficial to me as it has shown me how filmmaking works from short films to promos to tv series. I have learnt the art of working with the given atmosphere but also working on the edge – solving any issues and working under a time restraint.
I enjoy looking at fine art in my spare time particularly surrealist art. It links nicely with filming as it gives me a creative boost when developing characters or creating a plot. I intend to invest in courses that will help me in developing certain skills, however I believe that you are more likely to learn things by actually going out and doing them, rather than going by the book. You are more likely to come across other interesting information whilst doing so.
My aim for the near future is to Direct my own feature film and become an established Director.
Emily’s Bio | I always made films for my friends when I was growing up, just silly little picture montages to music. I first got into editing in my first job at a sports channel, I liked the way I had control of the storytelling and the content that I used.
I don’t think you need to train formally as a filmmaker. I believe you just need a brain, some creative flair and determination!
My overall ambition is to make a documentary, and use my film-making to make a positive change to the world! My short-term goals are to gain lots more experience in new areas, make interesting and engaging content and have fun!
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