LS Productions


The UK’s largest production service company providing expert local knowledge on commercials, film and TV, music videos, fashion and sports campaigns.


107 Constitution Street

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LS Productions believe in unlocking the UK’s potential for photo and film projects based out of our offices in Edinburgh, Manchester and London. Locally and internationally, our reputation is built upon our professionalism and sustainable production approach, which is strengthened by our ‘people-first’ attitude. Our nationwide team provide UK-based and international clients with world-class production and location knowledge, offering an unrivalled depth of logistical understanding. As part of our production service offering, we have a skilled Location Team with an unrivalled network of contacts, a Location Library of 8,000 locations, and creative solutions for every brief across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. Founded in Edinburgh in 2006 by CEO, Marie Owen, LS Productions has filmed the length and breadth of the UK working with a range of brands, production companies, film studios and agencies including: adam&eveDDB, Adidas, Anonymous Content, Art Partner, Bentley, Burberry, Framestore, Freenjoy, HBO, Iconoclast, MJZ, Netflix, Nintendo, Pulse Films, Rogue, Somesuch, Vogue and W+K.

Production Year Type Role
Folding 2021 Short Film Production
Bentley - Continental GT Speed 2021 Commercial Production Service
Aston Martin - 'A New Beginning' 2021 Commercial Production Service
Burberry x Marcus Rashford - 'Talent Youth Centre Charity Project' 2020 Commercial Production Service
TK Maxx Christmas TV Ad 2020 - 'The Lil' Goat' 2020 Commercial Production Service
Nintendo - 'Pokémon Sword & Shield' 2019 Commercial Production Service
Steven Soderbergh - Let Them All Talk 2019 Film Production Service
Haig Club - 'Home of Haig Club' 2019 Commercial Production Service
Harry Styles - Adore You 2019 Music Production Service
Adidas X Zalando - My Supercourt, My Story 2019 Commercial Production Service