Manic Butterfly Productions is the brain child of Jackie Curbishley Green and Claire Baylin.

Jackie started in the music Industry working for her parents who managed the likes of the The Who and Robert Plant before moving on to Hit and Run who managed Genesis and Phil Collins to name but a few…

Jackie met a video producer in 1995 who trained her up at lightning speed and within months produced her first video for Kinane and moved on to work on videos for the likes of Boyzone, The Bee Gees, Rochford and Peter Andre.

In 2000 Jackie moved to Spain where she kicked off with her first Spanish production, a commercial campaign for WKD, and for the past ten years has been lucky enough to work continuously in the sun producing music videos and commercials.

She has built up an incredible network of world-class crew and the ability to deliver fabulous videos within any budget…

The move back to London this summer has offered up new exciting opportunities to use her knowledge of shooting abroad and along with Claire has formed some amazing partnerships in territories as far afield as the Caribbean and Australia.  Every location that we offer has been researched fully and alliances have been formed with honest and open producers and production companies. Thus allowing us to confidently continue to offer enjoyable shooting experiences with great production and location services.

Claire comes from an Advertising and Television background and has worked on accounts such as Bacardi-Martini (Carta Blanca, Spice, Rigo & Breezer) including the award winning Romeo and Juliet campaign, Glenfiddich, Kawasaki, Unilever/Walls, Asda Including the Julie Walters and Sharon Osbourne campaigns, NatWest, Sara Lee, Whirlpool and The Sun including 35 years of page 3, before moving into television where she had massive success with a wide range of Factual Entertainment programmes including The Three Mediums and Colin Fry Live.

Jackie and Claire have joined forces to provide a one stop service for foreign music videos and commercials while developing TV ideas and film scripts along the way.

Production Photography Niall Green