This series of films (including accessible and promo versions) was commissioned by Guide Dogs for their Annual Awards. Each film focuses on the story behind the category winner in a way that was engaging and promotes confidence and independence.
Shot in slow motion we wanted to show the very strong and special connection between the guide dog owner and their dog.
A take on the classic ‘Old Spice’ commercial, this film promoted Crisis’s Gold Challenge. Shot in one take this was a cheeky tongue-in-cheek promo that was submitted as part of Crisis’s funding bid.
These insightful, honest and empowering films tell the stories of people’s experiences with a sibling with mental health. Offering compelling testimony they were used to promote the Siblings Network and offer invaluable advice and information to viewers coping with similar situations.
People with schizophrenia die on average twenty years earlier than people who don’t. We produced this collection of six films for National Schizophrenia Awareness Week (2014) to tell the tragic stories of those who have needlessly lost loved ones to issues stemming from this mental illness.
We were passionate about making sure that all of the stories were told in an open, honest way that addressed the issues of the campaign and had integrity and paid tribute to the bravery of the contributors.
This series of films showcases the academic research, facilities and lifestyle on offer at Cardiff University. The focus was on creating short videos that were fresh, thought provoking, informative and appealed to both prospective students and their parents.
A short film promoting the 2016 Marie Curie Get behind the daffodil campaign.
This promo showcases the spectrum of services and the support Rethink Mental Illness offers to its members and the difference it makes to people’s everyday lives.
This film reveals the day-to-day work of C4WS, a homeless charity in Camden, London. Focused on the testimonies of four previous guests it tells the story of the charity through their eyes and has successfully been used to secure funding and publicise the work of the charity to its supporters.
This sequence of films documents the design and creation of the Royal College of Psychiatrists’ brand new purpose-built home in Tower Hamlets. Shot over a nine month period we used time lapses to document the progress and transition of the construction.
The #backthebill campaign was an initiative created by Rethink Mental Illness, Mind and Royal College of Psychiatrists to improve the rights of people who experience mental health difficulties.
The film was jointly commissioned by all three charities to activate their members to lobby parliament ahead of the hearing of the Mental Health (Discrimination) Bill.
We were thrilled when the Bill was passed and extremely proud of the small part we played in helping to bring about real change for those who had previously been prejudiced against.
This film highlights the brilliant help and support charity Combat Stress does for Veterans and their families.