We design and build extraordinary things.
Every day, Frozen Fish Design solve complex manufacturing problems with bespoke design and build services. We combine the latest technologies with traditional craftsmanship to innovate cutting-edge products and custom-made solutions. Our in-house facilities offer design, project management, engineering, manufacturing and assembly to bring all projects to life.
Who knew the combination of ice crystals and a saltwater fish would create something remarkable? But that’s exactly what happened when two friends – Allan Frost and Glenn Haddock – joined forces to make extraordinary things for extraordinary people. The result was Frozen Fish Design.
‘I’ve used Frozen fish since the formation of the company and have always been blown away by what they have supplied. From a hover board for Lexus to the entire range of futuristic tech for Black Mirror, Frozen Fish have delivered often against the odds and above all expectation.’
MD, Darrall Macqueen
‘Glenn and the Frozen Fish team are our go-to big prop designers and builders for our TV shows. Their approach suits us creatively and financially – proper planning, accurate costing, innovative ways of making unusual things work. Frozen Fish brought to life many extraordinary props for 120 episodes of new Teletubbies – including an 11 metre long fully-functioning Tubby Custard train, with 4 revolving carriages for 3 metre tall Teletubby characters to sit in. It drove remotely via an i-pad! That is how smart and innovative the wonderful people at Frozen Fish are.’
CTO, HHB Communications Ltd
‘We have worked closely with FFD on a number of studio projects, including the Dolby Atmos Premier Mix Stages at Abbey Road Studios and Goldcrest Post Production. Glenn & Allan were brilliant throughout the process, both in the initial design phase & subsequent install. The level of detail in the integration of the Avid S6, combined with the high quality of the finished bespoke products is always really impressive. We look forward to working with FFD on future ventures’