We have worked with a number of clients, both large and small.
Here is what a few of them have to say about our work:
WE'RE SO EXCITED BECAUSE IT MAKES US LOOK BETTER THAN WE ACTUALLY ARE.
SOME OF US HAVE WATCHED IT MULTIPLE TIMES BECAUSE WE CAN'T STOP ADMIRING OURSELVES AND MARVELING AT YOUR WORK!
- Deputy Director of Global Issues,
WHAT CLIENTS SAY ABOUT OUR VIDEO SERVICES...
The Hip Hop
Produced on behalf of London Borough of Merton
In 2018 we attended the Merton Partnership Volunteer Awards as guests and were elated when we left with our first ever award. This year, we were honoured to be invited back as part of the team!
To help to make the night that little bit more special this year we created reveal videos for all of the nights' winners. Due to the selection process, we had only 2 weeks to organise, shoot and edit the 10 videos that were shown on the night.
Seeing and hearing all of the fantastic things that volunteers do to enrich the borough of Merton and support the charitable organisations within it (some of the organisations we visited have over 400 volunteers!) truly inspired and invigorated us.
The Award Show Reveals
The Workshop Series
Produced on behalf of TRiBE
Born out of a need for work and social environments that reflect the diverse society that we live in, TRiBE creates spaces and programmes that empower black women.
With a view to extend their reach, they got in touch and asked us to create a series of online video workshops that would allow the women that they work with to access a number of skill-building and personal development resources.
#TribeToolbox is our answer to this. From negotiating your salary to learning how to code, we helped them to recruit experts and create a series of 12 unique, fun and informative guides perfect for the millennial, digital natives that they serve.
Produced on behalf of Amnesty International
Amnesty International is the world's largest grassroots human rights organisation. They investigate and expose abuses, educate and mobilise the public, and help transform societies to create a safer, more just world.
They got in touch with us to make a video to showcase the work and ongoing challenges of their Economic, Social and Cultural Rights team.
*This is an extract of a longer video*
The International Activists
The Community Cooks
Produced on behalf of Community Food Growers Network
Community Food Growers Network works for a more fair and sustainable food system through supporting community food production, reclaiming land, and campaigning.
They got in touch with us to help make a short documentary film showcasing the societal injustices which make food growing in London difficult, and platforming some of the projects that are part of their network.
Produced on behalf of Personal Independence CIC
Personal Independence CIC is a Community Interest Company that supports vulnerable young people across London.
They got in contact and asked us to capture the essence of their innovative residential programme 'BootCamp.'
After a chat with their team, we came up with a plan:
1. a promotional film - to share with potential clients & collaborators
2. a souvenir film - to act as a keepsake for each group of young participants
3. several short clips for their website
Over the course of a few weeks, our crew attended their camps to do just that. Here's an example of a souvenir film for one of their all female camps.
The Revolutionary Residential
Produced on behalf of Merton CIL
Merton Centre for Independent Living is a charity run and controlled by Disabled People.
They got in touch with us to create a collection of short films in honour of their 10th anniversary.
1. A 10-minute 10th Anniversary Celebration Film
2. Case Study Series - a collection of first-person films capturing the stories of their members, how they came in contact with the charity and how they were supported.
3. Independent Living Series - a collection of first-person films capturing what the term 'independent living' means to a selection of their members.
This film is an example of one of the case study films.