Are you struggling to get your potential customers’ attention?
Online video production captures and retains people’s attention, like no other media.
Video production is the most powerful tool in a marketer’s arsenal, increasing social engagement and shares, improving search engine optimisation and converting leads into buyers. It seems there’s little video production can’t do for marketers when it is done well.
Our team help you plan, create and distribute your videos, to maximise their reach and drive sales to your business.
Our video production team have been responsible for primetime broadcast productions and digital video channels for the likes of BBC, ITV and Channel 4.
We’ve filmed with local companies, YouTube celebrities, news outlets and famous names such as will.i.am, Bill Gates, NASA and CERN. You can rest assured your videos are in safe hands with our team.
Getting engaging videos to use in your marketing shouldn’t be difficult. We’ve simplified the process for you.
Choose from one of our pre-packaged deals or fill out a short questionnaire for a bespoke video quote. Either way, you’ll benefit from our over 20 years’ experience in the video production industry for some of the biggest brands in the world.
Struggling to get a video crew to each location? Not a problem with our remote video production service.
Using the power of digital technology, along with our producer’s expertise in bringing out the story in an interview, we’ll record your videos remotely and edit them together into beautifully crafted stories ready to be used in your customer journey.
Have you got footage but don’t have the time or experience to turn it into content people want to watch? Hiring one of our editors will fix that.
Whether you’ve filmed the content yourself or you’ve collected user-generated content with permission, our editors craft your videos into watchable, shareable content perfect for social media and digital platforms.
The price of video production services varies depending on how many people are involved in the production process.
We’ve worked with budgets of £500 and £30,000 and everything in between.
Before the project begins, we’ll provide a breakdown of all the costs and services involved in your production.
Yes. To legally film in the the UK, you must at least have public liability insurance.
It’s important to note that some types of filming also require a licence, such as drone video production services.
Our team is licenced and fully insured.
Yes. We love helping develop video concepts, we believe we can add real value at this stage.
However, we do have clients who know just what they want and simply lack the training and equipment to reach their goals.
We’re happy to work in whichever way suits you best. If you want support with concepts, just let us know upfront, and we’d be glad to plan your story out with you.
Yes. We understand that sometimes you need to get as much content as you can in a short space of time. Our team have created video, photo, social and podcast content, all from a single production day.
If you need to maximise your content production, let us know during the briefing stage.
No. A one-minute video can involve a single locked-off camera consistently filming, or an action-packed sequence of shots filmed all over the world using multiple sources. As you can imagine, the work that goes into both these style choices is vastly different.
This is why we do not charge by the video length but may ask what length you’d like your video to be in order to plan out the production process.
Yes. Our team have worked all over the world filming for broadcast, business and charity videos.
For international travel, there is a particular type of passport required for media equipment. We’re happy to travel and can organise the requirements for getting professional media equipment through customs.
A typical video production project breaks down into three sections.
— Pre-production, where we develop concepts, script and organise the legal and logistical aspects of your video.
— Production, where our team will film and record all the sound and footage, including interviews, cutaway sequences and supporting shots.
— Post-production. This is where we put everything we recorded together, mix in the music, create motion graphics, voiceover and any other element.
Mostly no. We own our camera equipment (including VR), gimbals, microphones and even three broadcast-quality video-editing suites.
By investing in the equipment, we’re able to move quickly, turn content around faster and save our clients money. All while avoiding scheduling problems with an equipment hire company.
This has helped make us the go-to team for news, documentary productions and branded content.
The only time this isn’t the case is if specialist equipment is required. In this case, our team can source the equipment for your production.
Yes. Some of our team still provide video services to national news outlets and carry press passes as part of their job.
During particular events, these press passes provide us with access to press-only areas.
Yes. No one wants a video that can’t be found. Our team are happy to help you with video SEO or with regular video content for your video marketing campaigns.
We have relationships with some of the world’s biggest and best archive video companies, spanning over a decade, including news archive and historical footage.
We’ll be happy to source the footage and necessary licences for your video.
We believe feedback is an essential part of the process, and it needs to be easy to do and understand.
That’s why we provide a feedback platform that allows you to click on any aspect of the video you would like to change and add a comment.
Our video production team will receive a notification not only detailing your comment but where in the video it relates to, with pinpoint accuracy.
No. As a company, we made a choice not to provide wedding videography and to focus instead on supporting businesses with their video marketing needs.
By focusing on video marketing, we’re able to provide a higher quality of service and keep up with changes in the industry.
Our regular feedback is two rounds. After that, any significant changes may require additional work, which we charge for. If you believe you need additional feedback rounds, let us know, and we’ll add this to the proposal process.