Let’s collaborate.

Video can engage, entertain and educate. We’re dedicated to making great videos that tell every story in the best possible way.

Every video is different so we make sure to collaborate, listen and explore the options to create the best work possible.

London Technology Week

22nd August 2015

RFE International – Reebok One Series

13th August 2015

Live Event Filming – The SSE Hydro

27th February 2015

Gordon Ramsay Restaurants: Customer Journey

20th February 2015

The Hackspace: A Documentary

29th January 2015

TrustID “Desktop”: a screencast and a half

29th January 2015

British Music Experience

4th December 2014

UBM – Sleep Event

4th December 2014

Reebok Fitness – Titanium

10th June 2014

The SSE Hydro – a new venue opens…

20th January 2014

Rackspace “Dave’s Desk”: stop-motion animation

24th April 2012

Our Video Production Process

Scoping & Concept

We begin your project by gaining a thorough understanding of your company, intended audience, deadlines, the aims of the video, and budgets. We then cost out the project and put together a proposal outlining what the project’s purpose is, our ideas for achieving this, and giving some options for the approaches we could take.


We now work up a script and/or storyboard, with your input. Where applicable, we’ll also recce the locations we’ll be filming at, and create a RAMS document prior to filming. We’ll also familiarise ourselves with the specifics of your products or services, your competitors, and any example work you or we may have supplied. As a last step, we’ll send out call sheets for each shoot day, which detail who’s involved, what’s being filmed, and what everyone’s responsibilities are.


On the shoot day(s), we generally travel light: a typical crew will be 1-3 people, depending on requirements, and might include a sound recordist, camera assistant and director as well as the camera operator. We welcome client input on the day, so if you’d like to supply a member of staff to accompany us as we shoot, please feel free.


Our first draft edit will often be too long, because it’ll contain everything that was originally requested; it will, however, tell the story in full, and you can then make any recommendations about which sections to trim down. We then integrate titles, animated graphics and captions, mix the audio, and carry out a colour grade, before delivering the final product in whichever format you need.

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