About us

Alan Hendry

After a successful twenty five year career as a senior professional with a multi-national company, Alan started Friday Film Productions in 2008. Alan has produced videos for a wide range of organisations on a variety of topics, travelling extensively to shoot in various locations. He always had an ambition to run his own business so when the chance came it was a natural choice to start his own video film production company.

Ian Hendry

An honours graduate in film and media studies from Stirling University. Whilst at Stirling, Ian was Station Manager of the University's own TV/film channel, leading it to win "Best Student Media" at the NUS Scotland awards. He has worked with production companies in New York and UK gaining a wide range of practical film production experience and training. Ian combines his role with his job at STV.

Camelia Cazan

A language and literature graduate who is fluent in French and Spanish and has a drive and passion for the creative arts. She has worked as a production assistant and researcher for a number of Scottish companies as well as writing, producing and directing her own short films including Monday (2017) and Submersion (2017. At Friday Films Camelia has worked as producer on the Sodexo and Scottish Salmon Company projects.

We were very proud to be nominated for best film in the Best Open category at the annual IOV awards held at the Radisson Blue in Manchester in November. Whilst we didn't win, (highly commended placement) we were thrilled to be recognised by our peers who produce exceptional work year on year within the professional video industry. The Institute of Videographers is committed as a trade association to promoting professionalism within the video industry and we have always found it immensely useful to develop both our business and the craft of video production.