We are working with this client on a series of sales-focussed demos of separate modules of their data visualisation and mapping software tools. We’re also helping them with promotional videos for their business, and event coverage.
Category: Corporate Videos
With an important client pitch approaching, we were asked to help distil the start-up’s new product offering into a video that conveyed both the benefits and a demo walk-through of the financial transactions that the app enables.
We have begun working on behalf of Professor Sir Chris Evans, a pioneering scientist, inventor and entrepreneur, to help profile his business ventures.
We worked with Auction Boutique on 3 videos to support their business launch, all fronted by a professional presenter.
To showcase the services of Future Care, we attended two care homes to gather interviews and other material for distinct pieces of content.
We’re working with Claire at leading flower farm Plantpassion on ongoing video work, from the corporate video to How-To vlogs, audience-specific content and training videos.
This project is an awareness video for the Journalists’ Charity, spotlighting their work through testimonials from beneficiaries. Interviews with three people were supplemented by shots around Fleet Street.
At 2 days notice we attended the 2017 Bear Grylls Survival Race event to shoot a promotional video for event partners Discover Archery.
Every step of the way, we advised on storyboard, which bid elements needed to be further drawn out in the narrative, potential logistical filming issues, how to integrate graphics to help tell the story – a very value-added engagement.
A lighting company promo video, tightly scripted for a 1-minute award entry. Comments were very favourable, not only about the video itself but about the value we added to the process.
We are working with this established accountancy firm. The video portfolio will include presentations, topic-specific talking heads, a corporate video, client testimonials and the creation of an optimised YouTube channel.
Recommended to the client by a mutual PR contact, we worked with Julie to bring her Kickstarter video project to life.
We have worked for over 4 years on a regular basis for the rapidly expanding Diamond Logistics brand. This included coverage of company events, production of vidcasts, filming internal training and comms pieces, and corporate web videos.
One of our favourite ever projects, despite needing something like 30 setups in 8 locations in the course of a day. This was an early use of the Canon 5D and it proved its worth in focussing attention onto subject matter and away from sometimes stark backgrounds.
The brief from this client was not only to produce a corporate laundry promo video that highlighted a specific part of their operation, but which was then well optimised on YouTube so as to deliver maximum SEO benefit – 11k views to date in fact.
We produced this new client security systems corporate video, visiting a number of locations on the shoot day. As part of the project we also undertook script revisions and graphics work.
We put together a series of short departmental intros as the first stage of our work with Surrey solicitors RHW. Great traffic for the videos on Facebook led to new business very quickly – 2 clients in 2 weeks.
Lots of creative freedom in this promo, using a combination of DSLR, time-lapse, motion time-lapse and interview. The hardest part was cutting out so much usable material to keep the video under 2 minutes!
Otherwise known as the shoot that happened before we all went for lunch with Gary Lineker. I mentioned in passing that I’d filmed him 10 years earlier. His passing comment was that he’d see me in another ten. Top man, and proof that its OK to meet your heroes.
A short small-business video shot without the expense of studio hire but incorporating key points about the business.
This very personal corporate video helps Dene’s clients and prospects connect with him. We used a mix of direct and interview style talking heads, plus a variety of b-roll footage shot at home and on a journey to London, very “fly on the wall” style.
We worked in 2012 with Beard Construction on a video to promote their business, through the use of project customer testimonials. As their portfolio is broad the decision was taken to use case studies from opposite ends of the client spectrum to show the diversity of capability.
With this promo for a law firm I was using a DSLR so had the opportunity to make the shots look nicer. The shallow depth of field also helps to keep potentially confidential customer information out of focus!
Our video production service works sympathetically with clients and their customers to make the filming as unstressful as possible. this was the reason for using an interview approach with the interviewer being a familiar face for the participants.
To sympathetically show off the rooms we used the DSLR in conjunction with a lot of movement in the shots, to avoid the video looking like a photo slideshow. In the edit, two versions of the film were created for different purposes.
Our ‘done in a day’ service is ideal when there’s a tight deadline, made even tighter by client postponements. In 2016 we filmed this talking head in London between 10 and 12, then edited onsite for completion and approval by 3pm.
External shots for a venue tour looked great on a cold winters day at 9am. One shot had the tripod and slider – and me – on top of a icy raised wooden platform beside the pond. Did someone say “Risk Assessment”?
This is a good example of multiple uses of the same footage, and not throwing away great content that couldn’t be squeezed into a 3 minute video. We filmed at a weekend so that the full surgery was available and there was no interruption to patients or revenue earning appointments.
The testimonials were paired with owner voiceover recorded onsite, venue shots, and mocked up shots of working practices, all using actual staff and patients. To this end all the elements were scheduled so as to be the most time efficient in terms of participants giving up their day.
We produced this pacy promo fitness video for this fitness trainer. This was shot in one evening over 4 separate locations. I was working a lot less hard than the client, but it was still an intense shoot.
This was a PR video production project with a 2-day turnaround. We visited Great Ormond Street hospital in January 2015 to cover the visit of DJ and charity patron Sara Cox, who was supporting this excellent cause.
Through an existing relationship we starting working with Brigitte Trust on 3 separate videos targeted at different audiences, but scheduled in such a way as to minimise time and cost of the charity and participants. We were fortunate enough to have the service of patron Nicholas Owen and it was a pleasure working with such an amiable and professional man.
After the shoot and edit we also did a hands-on YouTube channel setup at the client’s premises – getting them up and running very quickly and avoiding the pitfalls of a DIY approach to YouTube. Result – 2200 views in the first year.
We put together this simple video which featured testimonials from existing employees, and was used in recruitment. In the first week alone the video gained over 7500 views on Facebook
One of the promotional video aims was to communicate the message through visuals alone, telling a story of the process without the need for voiceover. A day’s shoot, crew of two, two locations – and a great storyboard.
With over 5000 views on YouTube to date, this has been a great outcome. One of a few times when I’ve got to play wannabe Masterchef cameraman. I filmed a pop-up restaurant and had fun playing with camera angles and trying not to get in the way!
This very collaborative project entailed working with the client at their home, shooting, editing and trialling options for graphics. Any relationship where the client is making you lunch has to be going well!
It’s 8am. There had be numerous rehearsals with Philip’s assistant diving in – this was the mother of all “one-take” photos. Similarly for me this needed to be captured without problem – and the video was about the whole project, not just the actual moment.