So you want to know how to make a parkour video? We at Ampisound have got you covered. We’ve been making parkour videos since 2008, and picked up a little bit of experience on the way. Throughout this article we will explain how to get started with how to make a parkour video, what kind […]
As follow up to my shoot in Istanbul for the advert for the G3X, I also shot sample images with Neil in London. These photos would appear on the product pages for the camera, so I was really keen to show off its abilities and put it to the test for the kind of challenging […]
I’m pleased to announce that I have been working with canon over the last 6 months as the UK influencer for their new campaign. The camera I have been primarily promoting is the new Canon G3X, a superzoom powershot with a load of neat features. In this post I’ll be discussing the video shoot for […]
We’ve been wanting to make an old school, community Parkour video for a little while now. Its been over ten years of training in Cambridge, UK. Return of the Joy marks our tenth year being involved in the movement community, and hopefully there will be more to come. We hope to continue to be able […]
In the world of parkour, there are a number of different names for different movements. With an activity as young as parkour, and as widespread and disjointed, there are bound to be discrepancies between groups and what they call their movements. One of the most observed occurrences of this difference in terminology are the terms […]
We were commissioned to produce a promotional film for upcoming zombie videogame, Dying Light. We shot over three days in Cambridge, UK, and produced the following POV video. Scott Bass directed a top tier team for the piece, with Toby Segar, Phil Doyle, Alex Potts and Neil Cointet. We were also blessed with Charlie Scott […]
Ampisound director, Scott Bass, just finished up his personal portfolio site. Including some of the work through Ampisound, aswell as his own personal projects. You can check it out by clicking the image below!
Scott was out in Kiev, Ukraine this summer working on a TV Commercial for Ukranian phone carrier, MTS. Its recently gone live, and you can see Pip Andersen of Storm freerun in the piece. Scott was responsible for co-ordinating the parkour for the spot, including having Pip jump from freeway overpass onto a moving bus! Check […]
The project we worked on for Arthur J Gallagher has just gone live. Scott Bass was responsible as Parkour DoP & co-ordinator, and Alex Potts and Katie McDonnell featured in the piece. Shot over two days, we covered a number of locations in the Bank area of London, including the Walbrook building. Enjoy!