Did you watch the BBC Music Awards 2015? well, if you did, chances are you would have seen the opening sequence which we filmed the aerial shots for. If you missed it, you can still watch it on the BBC iPlayer here. Chris Evans and Fearne Cotton hosted the second annual BBC Music Awards from the Genting Arena in Birmingham, celebrating an amazing 12 months of popular music across the BBC. The spectacular show featured stand-out performances of some of this year’s biggest songs by artists including One Direction, Rod Stewart, Ellie Goulding, Faithless, Hozier, James Bay, Jess Glynne, Little Mix, Mumford & Sons, OMI, Paul Heaton & Jacqui Abbott, the Shires and Jack Garratt, who was crowned BBC’s Introducing Artist of the Year. We captured the arrival of Fearne Cotton and Chris Evans overhead as they pulled up to the event, exited the car and walked onto the red carpet whilst doing a piece to the camera as they entered the Genting Arena in Birmingham. Wondering how we did it and how we transitioned from the overhead shots to the carpet? Well, a lot of planning and expertise was needed but we can reveal some behind the scenes footage here…  

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