What We Do
Crow’s Eye Productions was established by Nick Loven in 2005 to bring alive 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. Originality and high production values are the hallmark of Crow’s Eye Productions’ output. A video recently made by Crow’s Eye for a museum in Liverpool has gone viral with over 15 million views and counting!
Nick Loven …
is a film-maker who brings a unique eye to his work, from documentary and wildlife films to period dramas and music videos. Nick has 15 years’ experience in historical dramas, museum and instructional films, advertising and wildlife film and photography. Nick has worked with the BBC Natural History Unit and on Springwatch and is a member of the Museums Association.
Our Team …
includes a period costumier, actors, script writers, researchers, music composers and performers, and has excellent contacts with a wide range of historical locations in Lincolnshire and beyond. We have a wardrobe department with its own costume collection and costume studio.
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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