Contact

[email protected]

www.quitebrilliant.co.uk

+44 (0)20 7097 9260

UNIT 1,
GARDEN STUDIOS,
21 WAXLOW ROAD,
LONDON,
NW10 7NU

About

Quite Brilliant is a new breed of production studio.

We specialise in Virtual production, with our primary focus being Advertising and Content.

We work with all the top UK agencies, production companies and post houses.

We’re on-site production partners for the 2 leading VP stages in London, Garden Studios and Mars Volume.

We offer a full range of services from simple studio bookings to project management through to full production servicing.

Our unrivalled team of Virtual Production specialists, range from CG art-ists, specialist VP crew to VFX supervisors and technicians.

We are fusing the worlds of Advertising, Filmmaking with Gaming, to offer creative and cost-effective solutions and making Virtual Production more accessible for everyone.

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