Toward Infinity is a creatively driven collaboration between Producer, Director and Editor Tim Sidwell and Producer and DP Jeremy Mason.
Together, along with our handpicked team of top flight professionals, we create music documentary and concert films that put you in the moment, capture the spark and make you feel part of the magic.
Toward Infinity has over a decade of experience working with top flight venues and artists in all genres. From the Royal Albert Hall to Manchester Bridgewater Hall, from Wembley Arena to the the O2 Arena via Shepherd's Bush Empire, the Wolverhampton Civic and the London Forum, we've shot in some amazing spaces. To discover our latest adventures please check out our Projects Page, or our Facebook profile.
Our wide range of experience means we can guide a project through the funding stages right through to manufacture - our fully flexible approach allows every project to call on whichever areas of our expertise are required.
Toward Infinity’s projects have appeared in European and Global DVD Top Tens on a regular basis, we hold a world record and in the last 12 months have had film premieres in Toronto as well as in London.
At the core of Toward Infinity is putting a real passion for music to amazing pictures, to create stunning and engaging films that the bands and fans alike will love.
We love what we do. We think it shows.
Working as an independent producer, director and editor for 18 years, the last few years has seen Toward Infinity work with an ever widening range of artists, in an enviable collection of venues such as the Royal Albert Hall, the O2 and Wembley Arena through to a massive tent on a car park in Holland for a bi-annual celebration of all things Marillion.
Tim has directed and edited Marillion's live output since 2007 as well as EPKs and documentaries. The last few years has seen him direct films for Lisa Stansfield, Thunder, Bullet For My Valentine, Status Quo, Corey Taylor as well as two critcally acclaimed concert films for Bring Me The Horizon.
His 'Celebrating Jon Lord' was an epic multi-camera concert, filmed at London's iconic Royal Albert Hall in 2014. The concert film with an accompanying 60 minute documentary went Top Ten across the globe - a special moment in TI history.
His buzz is found working with friends old and new creating music films and documentaries that make you feel the music, and put the viewer in the centre of things.
With a career nearing 20 years in TV, working on a huge variety of music productions, Jeremy's partnership with Tim in Toward Infinity for him is what it is all about.
Bringing the Producer and DP roles together Jeremy has been integral in the creation of some very special films over the past few years, including 'Bring Me The Horizon's' debut at Wembley in 2014, and their subsequent epic show for The Teenage Cancer Trust at The Royal Albert Hall in April 2016 (raising a stunning £100,000 for the charity).
Over the past few years, Jeremy has been lucky enough to work with the likes of U2, Metallica and the late great Lou Reed. Within Toward Infinity the list grows to include The Orb, Status Quo, Marillion, Bring Me The Horizon to name a few.
For Jeremy the buzz is creating beautiful pictures no matter what the constraints of budget or location. Producing a piece of film that makes you feel the music is the bottom line.