Due to the high level of expertiese and experience that Spymaster has and our renowned reputation within the surveillance and personal protection industry, media organisations often approach us for advice and comment.
This can be for a number of reasons including
- Comment on technical innovations in the marketplace
- Product supply/advice for staff visiting dangerous regions
- Comment on surveillance and spying related news stories
- Comment on personal safety/protection for consumers
- Product launches for innovative "tech" products
- Film launch photo shoots (James Bond etc)
If these areas are of interest to you, then please call and talk to us about the faililities we have available to assist you.
The Financial Times - How To Spend It
Journalist and presenter Jonathan Margolis pays Spymaster a visit to get himself kitted out with some spy equipment on behalf of the FT's How To Spend It team. Julia, one of our resident Bond Girls, demonstrates some innovative items including covert cameras, listening devices and voice changers. Press play below to find out what they got up to.
CBC Canada - Is It a Rock? Is It a Spy?
No, its "Spy Rock"! The amazing story of the rock that Russia have discovered spying on them, transmitting secret information to passing UK agents in the heart of Moscow. Find out what CBC Canada, former Prime Minister, Tony Blair and Lee Marks of Spymaster make of this unusual discovery by wathcing the recent news report below.
Made In Chelsea - Featuring Spymaster
Watch the video below to see what the Channel 4 "Made In Chelsea" boys got up to in the Portman Square Spymaster spy shop in November 2011 whilst filming a scene for an episode during the build up to the series 2 climax. Get in touch if you are interested in filming with us.
The Independent Newspaper
Here, David Phelan, technology writer for The Independent Newspaper selelcts some of the top spy gear, reviewing items including shark repellend, personal submarines and night-vision equipment.
Sunday Express Magazine
The Sunday Express magazine takes a look at spy equipment from a female perspective. It shows some of the items a lady may require in order to give her the upper hand in her high profile life. This includes voice changers, bug detectors and see behind glasses - all of which are available from Spymasters stores.
Sky News Television
A Spymaster security consultant appears on Sky News to be interviewed regarding bugging of corporate offices during a high profile incident.