Big Sky Studios has recently launched a personalized and integrated creative and production agency, catering to fashion, beauty, entertainment, and food and beverage brands. The newly introduced Agency at Big Sky aims to work collaboratively with clients in producing exemplary 360 content. The Agency has 15 endeavouring studios located in King’s Cross and Hoxton, along with on-location facilities. The primary reason behind the launch is to fulfill an urgent need for brands to accelerate the development of their content strategies.
The Managing Director of Big Sky Studios, Roger Cummings, asserts that creative content production is currently undergoing an almost transformational change. He believes this change is due to various elements such as changing client needs, technology development, and evolving consumer behaviour and expectations. As a result, the quality of content has become more vital than ever in effectively connecting and engaging consumers via multiple channels. In this regard, The Agency at Big Sky promises to provide exceptional creative solutions and convert creative briefs into connected narratives and inspiring content.
The Agency broadens Big Sky’s already impressive reputation as a creative campus with top-notch in-house services that have been developed over 20 years. In addition to state-of-the-art technology and workflows, the company now boasts end-to-end creative production services and a vast family of renowned artists and talent. Furthermore, The Agency’s base, Big Sky Studios, is an expansive 68,000 sq ft purpose-built site for photography, that has given birth to multiple iconic campaigns in the fashion and beauty industry.
The Big Sky Agency will commence operations on October 19, 2023, and it will be jointly led by Head of Commercial Operations, Laura Bungey, and Head of Business Development, Mike Sheils.