Pete became interested in video when he was working as a CCTV engineer in the 1980’s. This interest was driven home while studying at the Grimsby Institute where he graduated in Multimedia. He also studied Advanced Visual Effects at the Grimsby Institute, another of his passions.
He became a member of Cleethorpes Camera Club, both as a Photographer and a Videographer, and within a year was the Chairman of the Video Section. It was at this time he won many internal competitions with his varied entries, from documentaries to short films featuring CGI. Soon Pete started to direct club films, with his first film “Anticipation” being entered into a local film festival. This was soon followed by “The Invitation”, which was entered nationally into film festivals, and was featured at the Guernsey Lily Film festival.
He teamed up with fellow camera club member John Williamson to form Warrington Williamson Productions and was soon busy Directing their first short film “Empty”, written by local screenwriter Karen Richardson. This film was entered onto the short film festival circuit.
Pete has many skills, and uses predominantly the Adobe Creative Suite of tools in his work. His skills include Camera work, Editing, Sound Production including music, Colour Grading and Visual Effects. His latest project is Creative imagery, where his passion for video projections has been turned into a business.
Although for many years John’s interests outside the day job revolved around radio production with Grimsby Hospital Radio, the formation of Spire Hospital Radio and 3 years working in BBC local radio, his real passion is film. Having always had an interest in how films were made, after being an extra in both “The Da Vinci Code” and “The Young Victoria”, John became a member of the video section of Cleethorpes Camera Club where he was thrust into the deep end by directing a club film. Since then he has never looked back making several shorts and in more recent years, teaming up with Pete Warrington to push skills to the limit in every project. “The whole filming process is a huge learning curve” said John “But an immensely enjoyable one”.