Thoroughvision is a multimedia production company that was founded by Dougie Gittins-Woodd.
The company was established to accommodate the increasing demand for videography and media content in equine disciplines. The company also offers services for a number of businesses and private events such as promotional videos, weddings and websites.
Since graduating from Reading University with a Degree in Film, Television and Theatre, Dougie has continued to develop his filming skills and knowledge of various videoing and editing techniques.
Dougie set up Thoroughvision in 2017. His knowledge of media combined with a love for the countryside provided him with the foundations to create a multimedia production company based in Gloucestershire.
One of Dougie's main passions is horse racing and subsequently this has become a large part of Thoroughvision. He has been around horses his whole life and has now been working in the racing for more than five years, during which he has been able to gather further knowledge of the industry and has been able to work with a number of clients within the fantastic sport.
Camera Operator & Drone Pilot
Before he could walk Cameron had already spent hours with horses and on Hollywood film sets due to his parent's professions. He never thought that he would find a place where these two worlds would meet until joining Thoroughvision.
He funded his Creative Media and Production course at Truro College by working part-time within horse yards. Having developed a knowledge of horses he is able to design media whilst being surrounded by horses, maintaining a comfortable environment for everyone involved.
Cameron has worked in a number of film environments, including the set of Star Wars and of course the gallops of various horse trainers.
He is also a fully qualified drone pilot with a Civil Aviation Authority Drone Certificate with PFCO.
After graduating Durham University with a degree in Natural Sciences Emily gained a place on the Godolphin Flying Start international management and leadership training programme that specialises in the Thoroughbred racing and breeding industry.
Having grown up on a stud farm near Newmarket Emily has been surrounded by horses from a young age. She evented to Novice level before discovering the thrill of riding racehorses at the age of 18 and was lucky enough to compete in the charity race at the 2015 Cheltenham Festival.
Emily has a broad set of experience across different facets of the racing industry having worked as Racing Manager for the syndication company Highclere Thoroughbred Racing and most recently as Communications Manager for the multiple Group 1 and Classic-winning racehorse trainer
Emily joined Thoroughvision in early 2021 and her wealth of knowledge combined with her passion for racing and Thoroughbreds are a fantastic asset to the team.