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Would you like a video that is a reasonable budget, not overcomplicated and simple to produce but which highlights your message beautifully?
We’ve produced videos like that for internal staff messages, testimonials, announcements, training courses – you get the picture.
We’re very practical in our approach. So we start with your thoughts, ideas and questions:
What is it you want to achieve with your video?
Who do you want to watch it?
What do you want those people to do or think once they’ve watched it?
How much budget do you have?
There are endless possibilities of using video in guiding customers or supporters through your sales journey.
Short video does not need to be complicated or expensive.
TogetherCo is ‘a loneliness charity that creates connections to change lives’. Wow, that has never been more important has it?! These are two of the videos we produced to help the charity share the stories of some of the people that have really benefited from their services. We met some totally brilliant people doing these.
Richard directs an incredible service in the Medway region. As you can imagine, time away from work to film is very much at a premium and he needed something simple to illustrate their approach on the Everycare website.
This could potentially have been a highly complex video. We were asked to tell the story of the benefits to this amazing initiative called My Clinical Outcomes. You can see that the simple approach really works, and it also meant that logistically we could film this quickly to ensure as little disruption as possible.
We worked with Sussex Cancer Fund to produce this introductory video to promote their services and help them to fundraise. There were many sensitivities to filming of course, and we wanted the video to feel positive too because they do such amazing work.
Churchill Square shopping centre sponsored Pride in 2019 and wanted a short video to promote some of the wonderful retailers that participated. It was a lot of fun to shoot this, helped by the retailers all being brilliant at taking part.
Peter Standley is an incredible stonemason based in Nottinghamshire practising traditional artisan methods in stone carving, clay modelling and casting. Here is a sneak peak inside his Artisan Stone studio.
Worthing & Adur Council needed us to film their new fleet of bin lorries for use on their You Tube account. It was a day of nasty weather, but the music they chose still makes us laugh and really lifts the topic.