Photo and Film Production Services
Baker Kent specialises in fashion, advertising photo and film production across the African continent and Indian Ocean Islands.
With owners Rob and Scott both African-born and intrepid travellers, few of the continent’s location secrets remain personally unexplored by them, complete with an enviable black-book of the best local contacts and suppliers. Rob lived in London for 11 years, 9 of which was spent working with Mario Testino and Art Partner. Scott owned and ran a photo agency and production company in Dubai during its boom.
The Baker Kent pros are seen as the ‘go to guys’ for adventurous production and have a particular penchant for delivering high-end production in the most trying and remote destinations delivering a level of service that both European and US clients are accustomed to, even in the most challenging African settings, they are a must-have partner for any Africa-based production, “The Boys”, as clients often fondly refer to them as continuously ensure that the whole production process runs as smoothly as one would expect on locations such as the Cote d’Azur or Piccadilly Circus. Anywhere, anyhow, is the attitude from the start.
As a company, Baker Kent prides itself in creating long-standing relationships with their clients that can be seen throughout their portfolio. Baker Kent is experiencing an increase in clients wanting them to produce outside of Africa, which is testament to their ‘ get it done’ attitude and attention to production detail. Recent work has taken them to NYC, Ireland, Italy, Bhutan to name a few.
Those of you that are unlucky enough not to have touched African soil as yet – the array, sheer number and beauty of shoot locations awaiting you is staggering. South Africa alone has one of the most diverse eco-systems in the world .Baker Kent are waiting to whisk you away to their specialist shoot locations, which include but not limited to Cape Town, Botswana, Kenya, Lamu Island, Madagascar, Maldives, Mauritius, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Reunion Island, Senegal, the Seychelles archipelago, Tanzania, and the wonderful Island of Zanzibar.