Flux Broadcast, Unit 10 & 11
2 - 4 Ropley Street, London, E2 7SW
In the heart of Paris, on a very hot weekend an exciting colab between JLR, The Rugby World Cup and Kano was about to take place. In order to capture this moment for a digital audience Flux were brought in to capture the magic.
To celebrate a decade of Portrait Artist of the Year, Flux were asked to produce a one of a kind Guinness World record breaking broadcast, bringing together thousands of artists.
Hot on the heels of 2022’s World Masters Event, The Pokémon EUIC Finals saw three days of epic action across each exciting format of Pokémon gaming.
Flux loves gaming, so when HP’s annual OMEN challenge made its triumphant visit to Camden town, we were right there to capture every loot grab and headshot.
How do you capture and film a live TV show in the metaverse, with participants joining from all over the world, and broadcast it to every corner of the globe? The answer? You hire Flux Broadcast.
TikTok joined forces with events company, Seen Presents, to host a series of in-person and virtual workshops aimed at educating TikTok influencers on the importance of mindful consumption and its impact on the environment. The workshops took place in the historic setting of The Violin Factory, London, and Flux was on hand to capture every moment.
Remember everyone’s favourite simian cocktail server-slash-virtual musician, Murdoc Alphonce Niccals? Well, he’s back as the ‘leading ape’ in a Flux Broadcast-powered, live listening party for Gorillaz latest album, Cracker Island.
Once more, the organisers of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition turned to Flux Broadcast to bring their centrepiece awards ceremony to a global audience.
Smirnoff and Nexus Studios asked us to put together a groundbreaking event using 3D motion capture technology to animate the character of Murdoc, lead singer of the popular virtual band, Gorillaz.
For four days, London played host to an epic contest of martial prowess. Exotic creatures created solely for battle fought to the death in front of packed crowds in the UK capital’s Excel Centre. We’re talking of course, about the Pokemon World Championships.