Aerial imagery and time-lapse for leading London property developer
ALMOST six years in the making, our video and photography work at Riverlight is now complete.
The St James project marks one of the first completed phases of the major regeneration project in the heart of the capital.
The project began in May 2011 and came to an end in early 2017, with one of our remote time-lapse camera systems operating continuously throughout the duration and capturing around 100,000 still images in total.
The final time-lapse video has now been delivered to our client, as has a 360° aerial tour of the area.
Key stages captured included the demolition of warehouses, followed by the construction of the five new residential towers. The finished five-acre site will host residential units, a hotel, restaurants and other retail spaces.
As part of our continued commitment to providing the best results for every client, we ensured that every phase was captured in the best possible way by strategically repositioning our long-term camera system – even including moving it to the other side of the River Thames.
The 360° aerial tour of the area visualises the Nine Elms regeneration in its entirety, with Riverlight at the forefront. Other Berkeley projects are also visible from this perspective, including the 101 Prince of Wales Drive development.
Headed by St James, Riverlight is just one project of many that the Berkeley Group are undertaking in London, with all five of their brands having benefitted from our bespoke video services. 190 Strand and Abell & Cleland are just two of the other developments from which we have produced time-lapse for Berkeley.
Our work for the property developer is still ongoing, including capturing residential builds along Albert Embankment and further afield in the capital.
We are also continuing to capture other large-scale developments – destined for a wide variety of uses – for other prestigious clients across London.