Big Red Engine is a media production company based in Dublin, Ireland that specialises in creating clear concise targeted video.
Established in 2003 by Scott Fairweather and Emer O'Clery, Big Red Engine has worked with an extensive list of corporate and media industry partners to produce a wide range of video messaging for sales, education, information and promotion.
We also facilitate the post-production of high-end one-off and long format documentary work for broadcast television in both Ireland and the UK, and have been involved in a number of award-winning productions.
On this site you will find a variety of samples of our work, from our corporate productions to our broadcast work, as well as news updates, and client testimonials.
Scott FairweatherSenior Producer
Scott started as a producer in talk radio in Edinburgh, before moving into video as an editor in Dublin. After 5 years editing he made the move into production, working on broadcast projects such as interior design programme Showhouse and the travel series No Frontiers. The key to his work at Big Red Engine is client satisfaction, and according to him, the best way to achieve this is by developing a truly collaborative relationship with the client.
Emer O'ClerySenior Editor
Emer has been working as an editor since 1995. Before setting up Big Red Engine, she made a name for herself working on factual series broadcast on RTÉ, BBC and Channel 4, such as Ear to the Ground, Ask Anna, Eco Eye, Meet the Family, Fish Out of Water and Primetime. Notable work includes the IFTA-winning "True Lives: Bad Blood"; "Man On A Mission" and "A Fanatic Heart: Bob Geldof on WB Yeats", and IFTA-nominated "Ireland’s Greatest: John Hume" and "The Irish of 9/11".