Summer experiences UK and Europe | join our new community!

We’ve hit the best time of year over here and are well and truly in the summer spirit, ready to share with you the very best summer experiences UK and Europe-wide. If you are planning a trip, a move or want to get more creative coming into the second half of 2018, we’ve got some exciting projects on the way. And, we’d love for you to be involved.

Keep an eye on our summer experiences UK and Europe series across July and August, find out more about some of our favourite destinations like London, Brighton, Tuscany, Ibiza and Prague; sign up to our brand new experiences mailing list, and be in with a chance to work with us, plus win a hefty Amazon voucher at the end of the summer.

All the action will take place on Facebook and Instagram, so make sure you are following us. And join the experiences community today by taking a minute to fill in the form below.

Happy summer! Sarah & Cooper

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How to fly drones in London (safely!)

We had the chance to work with a drone coach to experience how drones in London can be manoeuvred safely and responsibly. Without practice, we would absolutely NOT recommend flying anywhere, let alone in dense areas. In fact, there are a lot of irresponsible drone operators who make it hard for others just wanting to capture some great content.

There are rules when flying drones, most importantly you need to ensure the safety of people. Our London drone experience gave us insight into the fact that you need to practice, practice, practice!

Take a look at some of the footage, and you might like to read about what we learnt about flying drones in London and abroad here in this special digital feature. Questions and comments, as always, are appreciated below.

Presenting at the Adobe Spark Insider’s Summit

Had the chance to present on content and creativity with Adobe using some of their amazing software called Spark.

Have a browse and a sneak peek at my presentation. Got questions? Drop me a line in the comments…