Thinking Hand Video
an award winning company
est 1988
Thinking     Hand     Video       is      a      small independent   production   company   established by    award    winning    furniture    designer    maker Jeremy     Broun     in     1988     in     his     desire     to communicate   the   wealth   of   ideas   in   his   chosen field and to a broader audience. Media   includes   DVDs,   CD-Roms   and   videos embedded in enhanced ebooks. Here   is   a   sample   of   the   range   of   programmes and publicatons for sale online. Essential Routing Jointcutting with the router Router Jigging Special Offer  £38.95  
instructional and documentary films
Thinking     Hand     Video has    received    support        from The   Crafts   Council   of   Great Britain   and   Hitachi   Power   Tools   UK   and offers    a    service    for    short    promotional videos. From   time   to   time   Jeremy   offers   valuable work   experience   to   young   people   hoping to    enter    the    media    industry.    One    such sixth   form   student   went   on   to   gain   a   job   as a researcher at the BBC. For   the   full   a   range   of   instructional   and educational    videos    and    video    integrate ebooks    it    is    recommended    you    use    a computer       to       fully       appreciate       the functionality   of   these   unique   programmes     click here.  
Furniture   Today     is     a     unique     project     that   began    as   a   lecture   by   Jeremy   Broun   at   Bath University in 2002. He   has   captured   on   the   film   the   world   leading work    of    British    designer    makers    since    the 1970’s    British    Furniture    Craft    Revival    and against   a   historical      backloth   dating   back   to The Magana Carta. Furniture Today 3 Extended Edition is aimed at libraries and connoisseurs and is the latest in the series      £39.95  
Thinking   Hand   Video    aims to inform and inspire
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Copyright Jeremy Broun 1973-2015