We create 2D and 3D imagery for a wide range of animated content including motion graphics, stylised or photoreal CGI, character development, product sims, brand idents, infographics, and stop-motion.
We have been creating visual effects for over 20 years. We are experts in the full range of disciplines from 2D and 3D compositing through to 3D modelling and liquid/ particle simulations.
Loco provides state of the art colour grading in a large and comfortable suite with broadcast calibrated monitoring for the ultimate viewing experience.
Whether it’s subtle corrections or creating an exceptional look, our colourists’ creativity and technical expertise help our clients get the very best out of every shot and format.
The space is a hub for finishing commercials, short films, music promos, fashion content and broadcast productions.
Online Editing, Mastering and Delivery
We provide online editing, mastering and delivery of commercials and content for broadcast, cinema, social media as well as digital OOH, and 360/ VR.
The often-uttered phrase “fix it in post” is turned on its head at Loco. Always mindful of what we need to deliver for our clients, we invest the time and resources to ensure that our projects are planned and executed so that the post-production isn’t an afterthought and overall budgets can be kept under control. To this effect, we have formed lasting relationships with directors, DOPs and crew who understand our clients’ vision and the co-create ethos.
We are a multi-disciplinary team of content creators—from animators, editors and colourists to producers and directors—who all share a passion for visual media.
We love to work with, not for our clients, so we coined the phrase “co-create” to express that ethos.
And yes, you might say we are all “a little bit Loco”.
Phil speaking like Patrick Bateman from American Psycho: “Do you like Phil Collins? Loco in Acapulco was a 1988 hit song by The Four Tops. It was written and produced by Phil Collins for the soundtrack to the film Buster, that also had Phil Collins as the main star. And I stress the word ‘star’.” …and that’s why Phil is a little bit loco.