Videos are proving to be by far the most engaging form of digital content at the moment, so they're the ideal way to reach a wide audience with your research stories. We produce everything from documentaries and animations, to explainers, event films and social media content, always designed with three goals in mind: to be accessible, engaging and shareable.
Client: Loughborough University/Wrestling Resurgence
Brief: To create a short documentary film telling the story of an arts research project - Wrestling Resurgence - which explores the world of British pro-wrestling, examining it as performance art.
Client: Wellcome Trust-MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute
Brief: To create a series of short public engagement videos, where members of the research team answer questions, submitted by the public, about their development of laboratory grown blood cells.
Client: Being Human Festival (University of London)
Brief: to create a video to tell the story of the Being Human festival and to promote 2017's theme of 'Lost and Found'. The Being Human team wanted something that would capture the eclectic spirit of the festival in a fun and entertaining way.
Client: The Physiological Society
Brief: To create a short animation explaining what Physiology is and highlighting the exciting ways in which physiologists are helping to tackle some of the greatest health challenges we face today.
Client: The Francis Crick Institute
Brief: A short film encapsulating the fun, energy and interactivity of the Crick's first ever late night event.
Client: British Association for Sexual Health and HIV
Brief: To create an animation to form a core part of BASHH's centenary celebrations of the 1917 VD Act, that revolutionised sexual health care in the UK.
Client: Wellcome Trust Centre for Mitochondrial Research
Brief: To create an animation guiding potential users of the Centre's new Reproduction Advice Clinic throught the care pathway that they will experience.
Client: Imperial College Neuropathic Pain Research
Brief: To produce a film highlighting the multidisciplinary work being done by the NPR group to better understand the causes of neuropathic pain.
Client: The Physiological Society
Brief: To create a short animation to help young students cope with exam stress. The animation was designed to teach viewers about the science of stress and to give them a series of practical, easy-to-follow coping mechanisms.
Client: UCL/Francis Crick Institute
Brief: To produce a film explaining important new research findings about the ageing process of the human brain that could have significant implications for our understanding of how age-related neurological conditions, like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases, develop.
Client: Patani Stem Cell Lab
Brief: To give a personal face to the research that happens at the lab by introducing members of the team in bite-sized videos designed specifically for dissemination via the lab's social media channels.
Client: The Soap Co.
Brief: The Soap Co. is an ethical luxury brand that employs people who are visually impaired or otherwise disabled or disadvantaged. They came to us looking for a film that would tell their story and give a chance for members of their team to talk about their experiences of working for the company.
Client: Patani Lab, UCL
Brief: The Lab has commissioned performing arts collective, Bird to Passage, to create and perform a theatrical piece exploring the experience of a patient with Motor Neurone Disease.
This video documentary introduces the creators and cast and examines some of the thoughts behind the developing production.
Client: Orinoco Communications
Brief: To create a video trailer for social media, designed to drive traffic to our blog where we have a post introducing people to the world of virtual reality.