A short table top explainer film depicting the experience of contacting Childline for the first time.
Using the top-down angle, we tell the story from a young person's point of view, with bright, creative paper-crafted props designed and built by Hattie Newman.
Award Winner for Best Production in Creativepools Annual 2017.
A short documentary film about the dual life of Devere Jones, working in financial services during the day, training as a Muay Thai fighter at night.
The film was originally produced as a piece of internal corporate comms but has since been released as branded content online.
A short film celebrating 30 years of the children's charity Childline, charting its beginnings as a helpline through to its evolution into an online presence with tonnes of creative resources and content.
The table-top film, shot in studio, blends live-action, stop-motion animation and motion-graphics to tell the story in a way that works on social media channels.
What happens when you make London wait? Uber were looking for memorable content to support their campaign to raise awareness of Transport for London’s consultation on private hire regulations in the capital.
With under 3 weeks to deliver something stand-out, and on a very tight budget, we worked with ad agency Creature of London to produce #KeepLondonMoving.
Using hidden cameras, the video content brought into plain view how Londoners reacted when they were forced to needlessly wait five minutes between booking an Uber and being able to start their journey - one of the more ridiculous proposals put forward by Transport for London.
The result - TFL scrapped their plans.
Blue Marble Training is a project run by Shoreditch Trust to support vulnerable, young people by developing their professional skills and confidence in a live kitchen setting so that they can advance into long-term careers within the food industry.