What is Ansible Tales?

My name is Adrian Pablo Trinidad. In case you wonder, the reasons behind the double-barreled surname do not have anything to do with an aristocratic past but with my Spanish heritage. I am a creative and versatile technician and trained journalist specialising in the technical side of TV and online video production. I am currently based in London but I carry out assignments all around Europe.

Nowadays, the audiovisual sector is demanding multi-skilled professionals, and that’s why I have worked on every step of the production process: from the initial research to the final editing and grading. I have broad experience as a producer and project manager, director, camera operator and editor, as well as a multimedia journalist.

Working for a wide range of national and international companies, I have realised that many of my clients haven’t got previous experience working in Media or that they don’t have the knowledge, or resources available, to lead a successful production process in order to deliver the great content they are looking for.

That is why I decided to create Ansible Tales, a creative video production company making high-quality, fresh and engaging content for a wide range of digital platforms. I can bring my experience and expertise to your project from the very beginning, helping you to develop and build your idea. It is what I enjoy doing the most!

Ansible Tales can take the burden off your shoulders and give you peace of mind, delivering your film on time and within budget! I am able to work as a solo filmmaker or as a production manager, gathering the perfect crew of professionals, for your amazing new idea.

Of course I can customise this to suit you so if you only need some services, that’s absolutely fine! Please check the “What can do?” section for more information. No project is too big our too small for Ansible Tales. From corporate video and event coverage to live-streaming concerts and TV documentaries, I had done it all! Take a look around our site and see for yourself.

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