Two Peculiar is a full service video production company, specializing in promotional media, commercials, corporate communications, event coverage, motion graphics, 3-D animation, Presentation and Voice-over.
But our real skill is in telling stories; The tools of our trade are inquisitiveness, creativity, hard work and the humility to understand what’s important is the story and not it’s tellers.
We approach every project with the same idea: to make unforgettable visual media for our clients. We achieve this with strong ideas, uncompromising passion and technical elegance – it’s what we love to do.
Last Wednesday I awoke at what I can assure you was a respectable time… in the morning. I checked my phone post haste for any messages and lo and behold I was in demand. Three missed calls and a voicemail…. (read more). 23rd April, 2013 Share
So what have we been up to recently we hear you cry?! Well firstly we have been busy working with a large multinational. Unfortunately we are not at liberty to divulge who this behemoth may be, but we… (read more). 4th March, 2013 Share
Two Peculiar have been asked to take part in a series of workshops aimed at helping a local charity gain experience with filming interviews and events. The workshops will be hosted by our good friends at 3ManFactory who may have had… (read more). 21st January, 2013 Share
This is the first stage, where your video begins to take shape. We initially send you an online survey, to give us a basic understanding of your business, circumstances and objectives. Next, we ideally meet to consider all of the… (read more). 3rd December, 2012 Share
Whether your shoot requires a varied multi-camera set-up, a single-camera ‘Steady-cam’ rigged or handheld production, Two Peculiar has both the gear and technical skill to make your on-location video a triumph! We produce our videos in both SD and DVCAM… (read more). 3rd December, 2012 Share
The third and final step of the production cycle is the editing phase, which comes after the planning and shooting is complete. The editing process is tying all the pieces together (different shots/audio/music/graphics/etc.) into one coherent narrative, much like assembling… (read more). 3rd December, 2012 Share