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Our Location

15 Front Street
Second Floor
Hamilton, HM11

At its heart, Burnt House Production is about great storytelling. Our focus is in bringing your vision to life – whether that’s a stunning music video, corporate ad, television promo, short film or documentary. We also act as the on-island liaisons for international shoots & events. You may think a media production company based on a tiny 21-square mile island can’t be world-class. But trust us… we are!



Andrew Kirkpatrick

The Adventurer

No challenge is too big for Andrew. He’s plunged the deep blue seas to swim with tiger sharks and hung from 600 foot rope swings – all in the name of the perfect shot. A graduate of the New York Film Academy, Andrew’s passion for film landed him gigs creating content for some of the largest agencies in the Big Apple. He launched Burnt House Productions in 2007 with the goal of bringing that world class talent back to Bermuda’s shores. Some of his first locally produced videos showcased one of Bermuda’s favorite pastimes – cliff jumping – and went viral amassing more than a million views on Youtube.com. In his spare time you’ll find him engaging in his next outdoor adventure, travelling to exotic regions of the world or just enjoying a good film at home.


Nhuri Bashir

The Visionary

Before taking the leap and ditching his cushy corporate job, Nhuri worked in the banking industry. Tired of the nine to five routine, and ready to inject some more passion into his life, he joined Burnt House Productions in 2014. When an issue needs fixing, Nhuri laces up his superhero cape and comes to the rescue ensuring each job gets done to the highest professional standard. He’s worked with brands like Louis Vuitton, Apple, Samsung, the Bermuda Tourism Authority and Bergdorf Goodman, just to name a few – and learned from experience ‘the reward for good work is more work’. Outside of the studio you’ll find him enjoying time with his family, including wife Sherice, and scoping out local art exhibitions.