LS Productions is a global production house founded by Marie Owen in 2006 and led by BAFTA-winning Executive Producer and Managing Director, Sarah Drummond.
We are creative collaborators and problem-solvers, whose production and location teams unlock the UK’s potential for photo and film projects from our production hubs in Edinburgh, Manchester and London, and a warm water location in Malta.
We provide global clients with world-class production and location knowledge, offering deep logistical understanding when producing in the UK and globally.
Being one of the UK’s biggest, buzziest production companies means that from sport, commercials, music and fashion, to TV and Film we go beyond to bring productions to life.
No challenge too tricky. No idea impossible. We go beyond expectation.
Locally and internationally, LS Productions' reputation is built upon a professionalism and sustainable production approach, which is strengthened by a ‘people-first’ attitude. The nationwide team provide UK-based and international clients with world-class production and location knowledge, offering an unrivalled depth of logistical understanding. As global production partners, the company have a skilled Location Team with an unrivalled network of contacts, a Location Library of 9,000 locations, and creative solutions for every brief across England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland and beyond.
Founded in Edinburgh in 2006 by CEO, Marie Owen, LS Productions has filmed the length and breadth of the UK, and increasingly globally, working with a range of brands, production companies, film studios and agencies.
The company has celebrated international success with GRAMMY and MVPA nominations for its work on the Harry Styles music video, Adore You, as well as several international film projects, most notably Steven Soderbergh's feature film, Let Them All Talk, starring Meryl Streep.
Our clients include: 4 Creative, adam&eveDDB, Adidas, Alexander McQueen, Anonymous Content, Art Partner, Asda, Aston Martin, Aviva, Bank of Scotland, Barbour, Bentley, Burberry, Channel 4, Czar Film, Diageo, Electronic Arts, ESPN The Magazine, FedEx, Framestore, Freenjoy, Gala Bingo, H&M, Halifax, HBO, Hyundai, Iconoclast, Kayak, LiveScore, Lucozade, McDonald's, MJZ, Netflix, Nike, Nintendo, O2, Polestar, Prime Video, Pulse Films, Ralph Lauren, Rogue, Samsung, Sennheiser, Somesuch, Unilever, Utility Warehouse, Valentino, Vanish, Virgin Hotels, Vodafone, Vogue, W+K, Warsteiner Beer, and Zurich Bank.
Our awards' list includes:
Harry Styles 'Sign of the Times'
BRIT Awards, British Artist Video of the Year, Winner - 2018
Comic Relief 'Wise Words'
British Arrows, Charity & Public Service, Bronze Arrow Winner - 2020
Harry Styles 'Adore You'
GRAMMY Awards, Best Music Video, Nomination - 2020
MVPA, Best Pop Video, Nomination - 2020
Adam&EveDDB, Adidas, Anomaly, Aston Martin, Biscuit Filmworks, BMW, Burberry, Chanel, Conde Nast, Disney, ESPN Sports Media Ltd, Framestore, Grey, Havas Media, Hyundai, Iconoclast, MJZ London, MPC, NBCUniversal International, Netflix, Nintendo Software Technology, Partizan Ltd, Prettybird, Pulse Films, Rogue, Samsung, Somesuch, Stink, Unilever, VCCP, Vodafone, Wieden+Kennedy
on 8th February 2017 Project featured:BMW - 7 Series
on 27th March 2019 Project featured:BENTLEY - CONTINENTAL GT SPEED
on 30th April 2021 Project featured:Switch Mode
on 23rd July 2021 Project featured:Aston Martin - 'A New Seat of Power'
on 14th September 2023 Project featured:Under Armour - Protect This House
on 2nd November 2023