Tickertape podcasts, videos and audio slideshows are an engaging means of showcasing your work to clients, customers, sales teams, funders and wider audiences. See below for examples of our work. You’ll find more on the blog.
Podcasts for LUSH cosmetics
The aim of the series is to give a sensory rich insight into the craft of making. Here, we follow Master Paper Maker Gary Fuller at Frogmore Mill as he produces a new kind of packaging paper using banana fibre. When the machines were rolling the Mill was incredibly noisy! The challenge for us was both to capture Gary’s voice as cleanly as possibly, and to record and mix in the mechanical sounds so as to give the listener the feeling of being there inside the Mill as the paper was being made.
Podcasts documenting a newly commissioned Children's Opera
We produced a series of ten podcasts about a newly commissioned children’s opera by composer Kate Whitley and writer Sabrina Mahfouz. The podcasts follow the production of the opera Paws & Padlocks, from writing and fundraising through to rehearsals and the final performance. You can listen to all ten podcasts in the series on Soundcloud.
Paws & Padlocks was commissioned by Blackheath Halls with support from the Arts Council England and a number of other charitable trusts. It premiered at the Blackheath Halls in April 2017. You’ll find more information on the Blackheath Halls website.
Promo for a Film Festival
This short promo pairs photos taken by volunteers from the festival in previous years with music by brilliant local band These Ghosts. We collected as many images as we could and selected those that best represented the range of unusual film screening venues, and that captured the atmosphere at events. The video was used to promote the film festival on social media. It was also played at each screening.
Talking heads videos for a property developer
This is one of a series of ten talking heads videos that we filmed for a residential property developer in the north west. They wanted videos for their website that would introduce potential buyers to the local area and its traders. We interviewed people from key local businesses and schools at their place of work. We also interviewed the architect and landscape architect about the housing design. The final edit and graphics were added by the developer’s web designer, IMOSO. You’ll find the full suite of interviews with traders here, and with designers here.
Audio slideshow documenting a community arts project
This audio slideshow both introduces a community arts project and reports on the outcome of the consultation with local residents. It pairs photographs taken at summer workshops with excerpts from recorded interviews with participants. The audio slideshow complements a longer podcast about the project, available to listen to here. To find out about the background to this audio slideshow, click here.
Podcast about a renovation project for an architect
We produced this podcast for Annabel Brown Architect for their website. It tells the story of an award winning renovation project. We interviewed Annabel and the client about the background to the build, the design and construction process, and what it is like to live there. The podcast serves both as an introduction to Annabel for potential clients and a strong recommendation. For more information about this podcast, click here.
'How To' video for a Startup
This short video shows how to install a DIY kit green roof on a domestic structure. We produced it for a startup, Verdico who are launching a new product, the VerdiRoof in a box. They wanted something that they could use in a commercial presentation to demonstrate how the kit works and how easy the roofs are to install.
Verdico Director, Nigel Wraxall commented that the video “not only helped win over the client and secure the account, but also resulted in the video being used by our client’s sale-force for further pitching”. You can read his full testimonial letter here.
Audio slideshow documenting a film festival
This audio slideshow documents the New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival 2015. We crowd-sourced the photos from volunteers and audience members, in keeping with the collaborative spirit of the festival.