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University of Manchester: Planetary science short

University of Manchester new £400m Engineering campus film by Kevin Laitak causes ‘goose bumps’

University of Manchester Earth Sciences Film by Kevin Laitak

Women in Engineering stories from University of Manchester

Wei Ann, Physics Master, University of Manchester

Material Science Graduate goes to McLaren

Yehudi Menuhin Concert Hall Photography

A Multimedia Project Commemorating Armenian Genocide

Landscaping Company video, photography, website

Physiotherapy

Seckford Hall Hotel

Suffolk Music Festival, Seckford Hall

Interior Design shop

Apprentice cup 2015 – Before the Sail..

Unlock the Drama in Still images

Welsh Harp

Change Management | A reflection on the process

Animation

Cruise Choir to Norwegian Fjords

The Acclaimed Chilingirian String Quartet

BBC3 Short Film Trailer

Music Trust Revives fiddle Playing on Scottish Island

Musicians Photography

Ischia Chamber Music Festival, Italy

Official Filmmaker Photographer Largest Tall Ship Regatta Uk 2014

Apprentice Ship Cup Photography

Mendelssohn on Mull Festival Film, photography, website

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Geology Science video – How an Earth Scientist at University of Manchester found the film process with Kevin Laitak

31st July 2019 By Kevin

How did Dr Rhian Jones, reader in Isotope Geochemist at the School Earth & Planetary Sciences school , University of Manchester, find the process of working with Kevin Laitak, to produce their promo film? Read more…

Meet nice people, dance around a table; feel ridiculous, funny, talented and have a laugh – Table Tennis Over 50s club in Manchester

1st August 2019 By Kevin

Live Long, Play Ping Pong!

Over 50s fab sociable activity

The power of playing table tennis goes way beyond physical benefits - it's brain food. This 60 seconds film of table tennis film conveys the joy in Withington, Manchester.

85 year Joan came along. Within a few short weeks her movement, coordination and anticipation had improved markedly. Joan laughs her head off and amuses others no end.

What do experts say?

"In ping pong, we have enhanced motor functions, enhanced strategy functions and enhanced long term memory functions" Dr Wendy Suzuki, prof Neuroscience & Psychology, New York University. "The world's best brain sport" - Psychiatrist Dr Daniel Amen.

Joan says it's "an absolute hoot!"

It's social, funny, ridiculous chasing a light, small ping pong ball around a table. Novices quickly improve their coordination, movement, anticipation. People also have an enormous laugh playing. Get out that chair and ping pong! Filmed at Withington table Tennis club, Manchester July 2019