A long term approach to investment is fundamental to how our investment management client Baillie Gifford operate. They wanted to communicate this proposition to their clients and worked with Dog to bring it to life.

We felt a dramatic way to demonstrate their long term approach to investing was to shoot a film in ultra slow motion. So working with our production partner Freakworks, we created a film using a phantom camera which shoots at 1000 frames per second and wrote on screen captions which track to the movement of the film.

Everyone involved agreed that the end result felt very appropriate for Baillie Gifford. In the making of the film, we picked from 11 babies, smashed 10 televisions and created a mini oil spill in a production company car.

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