International Training by the V&A
The Victoria and Albert Museum (the V&A) in London is the world's largest museum of applied and decorative art, design and sculpture. With 145 galleries across a 12.5 acre site, it has a permanent collection of more than 2.27 million objects that span 5,000 years of art - from ancient times to the modern day.
The V&A runs a series of intensive courses offering training to international museum professionals and the opportunity to work with V&A staff on specific aspects of museum practice. The courses are led by V&A experts and include hands-on workshops and lectures.
NextShoot was invited to create a video that captured the essence of the international training courses. Our video production company in London filmed over the course of a day at the V&A in South Kensington, capturing interviews with the course leaders, footage of the workshops, and testimonial vox-pops with attendees from overseas who were responsible for learning programmes within their own museums in Cyprus, Argentina, Greece, Austria, Denmark, Finland and Singapore.
We edited the interviews, vox-pops and b-roll footage with some stock shots of the exterior of the building provided by the museum to create an engaging video that sets out the V&A’s expertise in training and the positive feedback the museum received from its course participants. We feel it’s a video that demonstrates why NextShoot is considered one of the go-to corporate video production companies in London for both training video content and museum video production.