A decade of film making

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A Royal Navy sailor turned-filmmaker has celebrated a decade in business.

Clive Jackson, 57 from Fareham set up his video production company after developing a love for making films and capturing events on a deployment to the Falklands, just after the conflict was over.

Clive said: ‘It certainly doesn’t seem 10 years since I started out on my own. I’ve met and worked with some great people and made some excellent business connections along the way.’

Since launching his company he has filmed anything and everything from corporate events, conferences, theatre shows as well as weddings and music videos.

‘No two days are the same which keeps it interesting and fresh,’ said Clive. ‘I have achieved something most people only dream about, making a business out of a hobby and taking it to a professional level.’