We have provided locations, and in particular London
film locations, for some lovely clients over the years, below is a taster of
some of the distinguished companies we are proud to have worked with. We have
organised shoots ranging from fashion stills shoots to feature films and TV
‘Dixcot’ the Voysey house, after which the
agency is named, has been used for shoots ever since Juliet, the owner of the
company, moved into the house 20 years ago. At that time the house was in a dilapidated
state and it was a joy having the very first client Laura Ashley decorate two rooms.
Since then the house has been used for
television series, including Jonathan Creek and Rosemary and Thyme. Both the
producers of The Bill and the Grumpy Guides liked the location so much they
returned to film time and again.
During the summer of 2005 Dixcot was totally
taken over by Universal Pictures and Working Title films and transformed into
the family home of the main protagonist in the film 66, starring Eddie Marsan,
Helena Bonham Carter, Stephen Rea and Catherine Tate. The film was based on a true
story, about the Bar Mitzvah, of the
director Paul Welland, and its collision of date with the nineteen sixty six
world cup final.
Being an Arts and crafts house, Dixcot has been
a backdrop for a William Morris fabric range as well as being used for more
contemporary fabric collections.
We have been used for numerous magazine shoots
including Psychologies, Brides, Woman and Home and many others. The garden
being 1.2 acres with mature shrubs and trees is very popular for magazine, book
and product shoots and events.
After letting out Dixcot for a number of years
and having gained knowledge from the inside out, we decided to set up an agency
to let out different sorts of properties as well as our own. We have found long
term locations for reality programme makers as well as locations for Journalist
events, shoots and online footage. We have worked with charities, educational
establishments, magazines, photographers and companies.