Documenting a major event can help with generating media publicity including online views
We were invited to film and produce a short video of the demolition of the famous Campbell’s Soup tower, on Hardwick Road, King’s Lynn.
We were up early with the frost, along with several hundred spectators to watch the demolition. The video was shared online and it was picked up my many local and national news channels increasing exposure for the project and for the builders, RG Carter.
Thousands gathered to watch as the famous Campbell’s soup tower was razed to the ground. The tower had been an iconic part of the landscape since it was built, by R G Carter, in 1959. At its peak the 63 acre factory employed more than 700 workers and supplied Campbell’s soup to the whole of Europe.
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- Cameras used: Canon 600d & Sony MC50e
- Lens: Canon 50mm 1.4, Tamron 17-50mm 2.8mm