Part creative studio, part creative agency, we're a UK-based collective of creative directors, filmmakers, photographers and copywriters with a focus on social and environmental themes.
We work with purpose-led organisations from start-ups to social businesses, foundations and charities on their creative campaigns, video productions and other digital strategies.
For the next 10 years, we will be working primarily on projects supporting the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The profits from any work that doesn't fit this scope will be used to fund SDG-related activities.
We ran several UK-wide Meta (Facebook & Instagram) advertising campaigns, powered by a series of animated gifs, for the launch of Re-engage's new "Call Companions" service during the first lockdown of the pandemic. The launch was a roaring success with over 4,000 applicants over three months.
Working with Re-engage has been eye-opening. You don't really see how much social isolation is going on among older people in the country until you meet some of those they support. And even then you're barely scratching the surface.
In July 2021, we were asked to provide marketing support for an online event, the Europe Housing Forum, scheduled to take place in November 2021. Some of the duties included social media management, content creation, email marketing, and paid advertising on Facebook and LinkedIn.
A creative campaign pitched and developed for Habitat for Humanity. A series of documentaries, interactive videos and more for an EU-funded project to raise awareness of the UN's SDG 11 - with a focus on land rights, slums and gender equality.
A week after I'd watched "The Fundamentals of Caring" on Netflix, I received an email from the CEO of Bluebird Care Camden & Hampstead about creating a video for his business. No need to say I was already pre-sold!
Aside from paying the filming and editing, this was a fairly low budget video production. The hospital we partnered with to raise funds for their cause has let us use their chapel to film, and the "actors" are all volunteers. There was a great amount of red tape around filming in the hospital so that was not an option. Instead, we opted for the beautiful chapel that we found on the hospital grounds.
This is an exciting new series of videos produced for Discover Dogs - the annual event organised by the Kennel Club in London. A complete list of all dog breeds recognised by the Kennel Club in the UK to help you find out the best one for you
This is exciting video project is part of an ongoing series for Habitat for Humanity GB. Along with many other Habitat branches, they have sent a team of volunteers in the Philippines to help a large team of local workers on a project to rehabilitate and upgrade makeshift homes into typhoon-resistant homes.