This Commercial was for Pepsi Egypt for the Egyptian National Team which featured some the English Premier league players from Arsenal and Liverpool.


The tricky part of this production was that they needed a location which they could shoot late till early hours in the morning and the option to use fire.


As most location have restricted timing and use of fire in some locations were prohibited it was a challenge in getting the right location.


Our stunning Barn Location was able to accommodate the production.


As the barn is Set in a 14-acre private valley in the beautiful Chiltern Hills this location has a lot of interesting features such as a derelict greenhouse, Stunning Glass House and spooky woods.


This location was the perfect for the production as it showed the team ready for the African cup of nations.










Location: High Wycombe, HP14


This beautiful country location Set in a 14-acre private valley in the beautiful Chiltern Hills, less than an hour from London, This huge open plan Barn location has a high ceiling with huge space.


It’s a perfect location for all kind of production.

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