About Us

What We Do

Originality and high production values are the hallmark of Crow’s Eye Productions’ output.  The “Getting Dressed..” series of videos (available on the Crow’s Eye Productions YouTube Channel) explores how people dressed in the past, giving historical context. These have been enormously popular, with viewing figures in the millions.

Crow’s Eye Productions brings to life history through beautifully-crafted videos using historically accurate period costume and locations.  Museums, galleries and historic houses can add to the visitor experience through videos that help people to understand the historical context of places and exhibits.

Nic Loven …

Nic Loven, Photo Liv Free

is a film-maker who brings a unique eye to her work, from documentary and wildlife films to period dramas and music videos.  Nic has many years’ experience in historical dramas, museum and instructional films, advertising and wildlife film and photography.

She has worked with the BBC Natural History Unit and on Springwatch and is a member of the Museums Association.  

Nic established Crow’s Eye Productions in 2005

Our Team includes:

Pauline Loven, a period costumier and costume historian, who creates our carefully researched costumes and runs our wardrobe department and costume studio.

Liv Free, a period hair and make-up artist (among her many talents!).

Our team also includes actors, script writers, researchers, music composers and performers, and has excellent contacts with a wide range of historical locations in Lincolnshire and beyond.

If you would like to know more, call us for a chat, or e-mail us and we’ll get back to you promptly.

Tell Them of Us
Filming ‘Getting Dressed in the Eighteenth Century’, for The Lady Lever Art Gallery, which as since gone viral with 13 million views. Photo V L Newman
William’s Story

Some of Our Clients

The National Archives, London.  Lady Lever Art Gallery, Liverpool, The Collection, Lincoln. St Katharine’s Lincoln. Lincoln County Council. Gainsborough Old Hall.  Juki.  Superior Threads. Damibu. The Machine Quilter Company.

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