Professionalise your Online events


Working remotely has resulted in us all finding new ways to communicate and online events are now the norm. Coalesce has been connecting their clients to customers colleagues since the beginning of Covid-19. We embrace technology to connect you during these challenging times.

Using remote videography we have kept individuals safe in their homes while recording interviews, webinars and presentations and helping client's to broadcast them to their customers. Depending on Covid-19 restrictions you also have the option of setting up on your site with professional lighting and a videographer  to record presenters and MC's.

Our professional videographer brings your virtual events or conferences to life. With remote recording we live edit while the video session is in progress and add slides, speaker titles, branding and other materials. We can bring your online events to another level.

Press conferences, seminar's, fireside chats and town-hall addresses can all be adapted to this format, as can artistic and musical performances. It's all done remotely, with contributors joining in from around the world and all your participants need to do is click on a link. It couldn’t be easier and the results look great, see our sample below.

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RIA Hamilton Lecture 2020

Hamilton Day commemorates a ground-breaking discovery by one of Ireland's most famous scientist William Rowan Hamilton. Celebrated by the Royal Irish Academy (RIA) the day includes an award ceremony to recognise the most gifted third level mathematics students in Ireland and concludes with the Hamilton Lecture presented by an internationally renowned speaker.

This year's guest speaker was Professor Terence Tao of the University of California, LA who delivered his lecture on 'The Cosmic Distance Ladder'. The lecture which is normally a live event went digital for the first time. Coalesce recorded Professor Tao and the panel discussion in one sitting. The piece involved the addition of motion graphics, still images and the presentation itself given by Professor Tao.

As the piece involved logins from different time zones and a lot of contributors, a lot of pre-production and planning went into this piece. Everyone involved had a chance in advance of recording to log in and test the setup. This meant we were able to ensure a smooth recording on the day. Preparation is everything in these pieces and the results look great.

Grangegorman Histories Presents:

Produced for the Royal Irish Academy and Grangegorman Developments as part of Dublin Festival of History, 2020, the piece "Institutional Experience of the 'Spanish' Flu and Covid 19 in Ireland" was an online webinar format.
The panel were all linked in remotely and recorded in conversation. Still images were also introduced throughout the piece to break the webinar. The piece was also branded with the grangegorman brand colours on the surrounds of the panel and in the intro and exit slides.

Uncovering Grangegorman Histories

Produced for the Royal Irish Academy and Grangegorman Developments as part of Culture Night, 2020, the piece "Uncovering Grangegorman histories" was an online panel discussion.
The panel were all linked in remotely and recorded in conversation. The piece was  branded with the Grangegorman brand colours on the surrounds of the panel and in the intro and exit slides.

Let's Stay Together with artist Una Sealy

The Let's Stay Together was a project devised by the Fingal Arts Office with the aim of connecting artists with their community during the start of Covid-19.

This piece with artist Una Sealy was a really good example of how collaboration  brings about a really strong visual piece. As part of the pre-production process we contacted Una and talked about how we could video her process without arriving on location during a complete Covid lockdown.

Using photographs that Una took of her studio space as a guide we created a simple set of instructions for recordings that Una could take herself using her phone or ipad.   Some of these shots used timelapse and in a few others she recorded simple details of the painting or her tools.

Over a period of 2 or 3 days una recorded herself at work and created a bank of b-roll we were able to edit into the final piece. We then recorded a conversation with Una and Rory O'Byrne, from Fingal Arts and combined all of the footage to create this really engaging piece.

Remote videography keeps everyone including the videographer at home safe and still produces a really strong piece for viewers to watch.

Let's Stay Together with writer Lauren Foley

The Let's Stay Together was a project devised by the Fingal Arts Office with the aim of connecting artists with their community during the start of Covid-19.

This piece with writer Lauren, incorporated her readings as well as sounds files that Lauren uses as part of her work. Remote videography keeps everyone including the videographer at home safe and still produces a really strong piece for viewers to watch.

Let's Stay Together with musicians Donal Kearney and Michael Dawson

This was another piece created for Fingal County Council Arts Office during Covid 19. Musicians Donal Kearney and Michael Dawson who own and run the Fingal Academy of Music began creating online content at the start of Covid-19 so they could keep engaging with their students and community during lock down.

As part of this online content they created and filmed a piece teaching the viewer how to sing the Irish song Óró mo Bháidín. We recorded the interview with the lads and Julie Clarke from Fingal Arts and then combined it with their footage to create a lively interactive online piece.

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