Creative agency Dunlop Goodrich has moved into the Bloomsbury offices of post-production company Clear Cut Pictures.
The two companies will now work together to supply contracted promo services.
Clear Cut’s Bloomsbury facility, comprising 22 edit suites, was formerly Station Post.
Clear Cut managing director Scott Holmgren said: “Station Post had a firm corporate client base and with Dunlop Goodrich now based at Clear Cut Bloomsbury, we’re looking at a lot of expansion in this area.
He said: “Together with our fantastic graphics team, we have high hopes for the short form side of the business.”
Dunlop Goodrich is a creative agency specialising in sport and promos that was established in February last year.
Founder Bruce Dunlop is also on the creative steering team at BT Sport and was creative director of BSkyB from 1992-1998, before founding broadcast company BDA Creative.
His founding partner is Daryl Goodrich, an award-winning sports film director.
Dunlop (pictured, left) said: “We’ve produced 1000s of promos, and so we know that Clear Cut’s infrastructure is second to none.”
Clear Cut chief executive Horacio Queiro (pictured, right) added: “With Bruce’s experience in design, idents and promo production with BDA Creative, and Clear Cut’s award-winning 21 years’ expertise in post, along with our combined graphics talent, we can tackle any promo commitment.”
Clear Cut has three facilities in London, including Shepherd’s Bush, Fitzrovia and Bloomsbury.