Our work in Television
Scott Fleary has a vast range of experience in Television, working with leading brands to create stunning visual designs
for television shows. Our team works hard to engineer creative solutions which stand out. Take a look at some of our
projects below to see more.
Scott Fleary worked on The Voice on its first UK iteration
whilst its home was at the BBC. This involved 3 sets,
Auditions, The Battles and then the Finals, all requiring
separate builds whilst the productions rolled through the
Britain’s Got Talent – The Champions
Scott Fleary have been involved in Britain’s Got Talent since it first hit our screens back in 2007. It represents the Best of British, showcasing the professionals, the amateurs, the wannabes, the delusional and the downright dangerous. It continues to be a ratings winner as its popularity bridges all age gaps from toddlers to granny.
Scott Fleary have worked on the X Factor since Season 2.
It has been an absolute pleasure to have been involved in this format for so many years and it has been a working environment that has attracted the best technicians in the business, we literally became a family and the shorthand developed between the various skills meant that high quality production values were delivered time and time again under very tight lead-times.
Big Brother Staircase
Continuing a ten year relationship with the Big Brother team, Scott Fleary was invited to build a central element of the live eviction stage: a cantilevered spiral staircase which can rotate in use for the main reveal of contestant eviction. Following a design consultation period, the build progressed. The structural engineer requested adjustment to the connection between the staircase structure and the revolving base.
Game of Games
Scott Fleary developed, manufactured and installed 14 part international touring game show based on Ellen’s Game of Games. Launching in Madrid, it toured to Germany, Hungary, Portugal & Dubai. The Sweater Game involved an inflatable pool with giant washing machines at one end and a giant soap box containing several inflatable swiss balls.
The Masks for the Saturday Project were made of fiberglass designed to float on a cantilevered steel frame handling large loads to the studio floor. The Masks were erected in stages, starting with the top sections first to keep the working at height to a minimum.
Under the umbrella of Scott Fleary Productions the specialist’s sculpture skills came through our partner company Windsor Workshop Ltd, a sculpture workshop which evolved from Steve Furlongers.
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