Here is a video of Chloes BBC UK TV shoot from 21st Feb, I recorded it directly from the TV, as you can see I wouldn’t make a very good camera man haha!
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Hi Debi and Sadie,
We found the movie clip of Ryuichi’s ad in Youtube, after one of our friends in Japan told us that she saw his ad.
As this ad is broadcasted only in Japan, we here can see only in Youtube.
The meaning of the Japanese narration is “I am really excited that I will see a lot of athletes from all over the world and feel amazing, and I have a dream to be selected as an Olympic athlete. I cannot wait!”
Thank you for having given a opportunity to do this.
Day 1: 12/07/12 – Carrefour
Ellia enjoyed her very first shoot for Carrefour today and was such a good girl! She played happily whilst waiting her turn before getting in a high chair for photographs of her drinking milk from a bottle then sippy cup. I must say….she really worked that cup!!.. Drank from it, cuddled it, shook it, banged it, kissed it, put it on her head, tummy then chin! She was VERY full after 3 cups worth of photographs!!! The photographer seemed pleased with the shots he got today & in taking a sneaky peak over his shoulder, I think they looked great too. Mummy is proud!
Day 2: 14/07/12 – Carrefour
Today, the aim was to get the little ones modelling a nappy whilst looking through their legs. Ellia was very happy to do this which meant the photographer spent a long time working with her trying to get the right shot/light/position etc. Ellia worked very hard today and it was very tiring for her repeating the same thing. But she worked with a constant smile and really enjoyed all of the attention. What a proud Mum I am
On 13th June this year, we went to London for a shoot – we were not sure quite what to expect as Emily was down as a ‘hand model’, but filming was scheduled for a whole day!
On arrival, the crew were all very welcoming, and so child focussed – they explained what Emily was going to be doing, and showed her the story board and a ‘rough’ version made by the crew, so that she had an idea of what she needed to do.
They were clear at giving instruction, were fab at giving feedback to get the results they wanted and gave lots of praise. They were surprised to find themselves finishing sooner than they had expected too, so Emily was allowed to go home after lunch. I could not be more impressed with how child friendly they were, and how they engaged Emily.
The crew also offered to get me drinks, magazines and ‘anything I wanted’….although not used to such levels of attention, I declined on all counts except a coffee!!
Whilst initially I was a touch upset that it was just her hands they were interested in (!!) I am soooooo proud of my little hand model, love the final result and thank you for the opportunity!
Please find the link to the finished article and a picture that I took on the day.