As part of the BBC documentary My Life: My New Heart, we worked alongside a third party production company. The film followed the inspiring story of Jack - a young boy awaiting a heart transplant.
The Overview and Objectives
The Pixx Media team was tasked with providing aerial coverage of various locations to supplement interviews and ground footage. This included the Freeman Hospital, where Jack underwent treatment and Jack’s school.
Footage for the documentary had already been taken over a period of 13 years. This beautifully captured the emotional arc of Jack’s journey, portraying both struggle and triumph in a striking manner.
Over 6 months, our objective was to produce captivating aerial video footage that complemented this emotional weight. With our imagery, we wanted to invoke the viewers to feel a strong connection to Jack’s story.
The Solution and The Outcomes
Our team of aerial videography experts delivered stunning 4k Ultra HD coverage for the documentary. And in 2022, My Life: My New Heart went on to win a Royal Television Society Award. The footage has also since been used as promotional material for NHS Organ Donation.