Our video production services are for clients big and small, however we do have an affinity for those working to create a positive impact on the world.
Our core mission is the promotion of the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the transition to a circular economy. This means that we do everything we can to boost the transition to a sustainable world.
Our clients are museums, charities, social enterprises, start-ups as well as the public, medical & heritage sectors. Currently, 100% of our clients directly support the SDGs through their activities.
Video production costs are extremely variable as expected. Everything from renting a location, hiring actors, how polished you want it to look (e.g. level of production value with multiple lights etc), will have an impact.
However the smallest packages we've charged start around £2,000 for things such as simple video marketing campaigns and social media videos.
We are keen to work around your video budget - within what we can afford to do - so that everyone comes out happy.
Our core objective is to produce effective videos that lead to real results for your organisation. This will always be the best way to justify the cost of video production.
For more affordable rates and simpler projects, you can also hire a freelance videographer.
More information on these services coming soon. Do get in touch if you have any questions about these video production services or any type we haven't listed yet.
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 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.
More details and story behind this project coming soon. In the meantime, enjoy the videos !
Filming older people for Re-engage was a great experience: amazing life stories, old school humour and humility, real talk... and I mean zero filter for better or for worse ! I wish we could have focused on an actual series of these, giving a voice to people who are too often isolated. But the pandemic struck soon after we started and everything was put on hold indefinitely.
A super low-budget project also used to validate a proof of concept to create an animated video under £2,000. The comic book approached served us perfectly, creating a unique identity and removing the need for more complex and costly animation.