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Exploding house

Ever wondered what would happen if you flicked on a light switch while in a house with a gas leak? Well, to save anyone the trouble of...

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03 June
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Colin Bowes and his team are the technical wizards of Gold Rush.  The whole shooting team relies on them for consistent technical expertise over a six month-plus season in very harsh conditions.

Rob Toohey, unit production manager of Gold Rush

If you want things done quickly and efficiently, then A Bigger Picture is your answer.

Rosie Smith, junior production manager of Gold Rush

The staff at A Bigger Picture are masters of tackling complex production and technical problems and solving them in the most elegant, efficient and cost-effective way.

Edward Gorsuch, of Gold Rush

A Bigger Picture really does see the bigger picture. Offering a connected approach to equipment, communications, audio and location-based data management and processing, their bespoke solutions are tailored to the specific requirements of your shoot.

Luke Boyle, production manager of Alaska Railroad

A Bigger Picture has been my first port of call for all technical facilities – from comms, to audio, to on-site media processing – for the past five years.

Ronan Browne, location producer of Gold Rush

Colin Bowes is the best in the business – that’s why we’ve ended up making more than 100 shows together.

James Bates, executive producer of Gold Rush

A Bigger Picture is a company I truly enjoy working with. The company’s positive attitude, meticulous research and vast knowledge of delivering technical solutions in difficult environments – from camera and sound to post production – has helped me produce high-quality television within a tight budget.

Craig Blackhurst, series producer of Railroad Alaska