HEART Productions is a fully integrated live communications and experiential agency delivering a 360º service from concept creation through to project delivery. Founded in 2006, HEART Productions brings together a uniquely talented and passionate group of specialists who deliver across three distinct areas. Our passion and creativity produce the big ideas; our planning procedures and technical expertise ensure projects are delivered on time and on budget. It is this core structure that allows for our industry leading approach, ensuring brand and client goals are exceeded time and time again. See our showreel for a preview our latest work.
For the 2nd year, HEART Productions have been engaged by freuds to deliver the event production for the global media launch of ‘The Gentleman’s Wager’ film from the House of Johnnie Walker, world’s leading luxury blended Scotch whisky.
HEART Productions transformed the Wellington Arch at Hyde Park into the HAIG CLUB™ London for a week long residency. Guests included David and Victoria Beckham, Tom Cruise, Idris Elba and Guy Ritchie. The HEART team designed the venue interiors to create a completely one off space ensuring all guests experienced a truly once in a lifetime experience.
Kicking off Coca-Cola’s initiative to promote healthy lifestyles in Russia, using the 2014 Sochi Olympic Winter Games as the launch, The Coca-Cola Active Healthy Living Showcase welcomed visitors for the duration of the Games, following 8 weeks of construction that began on the Olympic Park in Sochi in early December.
HEART managed the design, build and production of an interactive gaming and entertainment environment to support the UK launch of Microsoft’s new generation console, the Xbox One, in London’s Leicester Square Gardens.
To celebrate the bear’s debut on the big screen, HEART Productions designed and fabricated a red carpet experience inspired by the stories of Michael Bond. Guests entered via Darkest Peru with plants and cargo crates, while VIP guests including Hugh Bonneville, Nicole Kidman, Julie Walters and Jim Broadbent had photos taken with oversized Marmalade jars.