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Brighton Marina, the little and lesser known cousin of Brighton Pier and all things on offer in the city itself, has undertaken a major marketing campaign to raise its profile, with live events, website re-development and a range of videos to represent what is actually on offer down there, a couple of miles walk down the beach from the pier.

This full length version showcases everything on offer at the Marina, using on-screen text to delineate categories such as Sports Equipment Hire, Bars & Restaurants etc.

To help gain maximum exposure and impact across various platforms – both the web and social media – Land Securites (the commissioning body) decided to produce a series of videos (full length, 30 seconds, and 10 seconds) first for Summer, and then following the success of that for Winter, where we re-shot certain portions of the piece as appropriate. The thinking behind this being that 30″ is the currently the most digestible fit for social media, whereas the longer version for applicable to the website. Plans are underway to run the 30 second spot in cinemas in Brighton.

Summer 30 seconds:

Winter Full Length:

Winter 30 seconds:

First 10 second version:

And the full series of 10 second social media versions:

1 Be Inspired:

2 Relax

3 Go Wild

4 Treat Yourself

5 Enjoy Your Evening

6 Indulge Yourself

7 Stay Active

8 Have Fun

9 Unwind

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We produced two videos for the hospital, presented by a staff nurse, to help instruct and advise cataracts patients before and after their operations, and saving time for nurses not having to repeat instructions to new patients.

Pre Operative Advice:

Post Operative Advice:

To achieve the studio look, we actually used a grey colourama backdrop, so we were able to shoot the pieces at the hospital itself rather than take the staff over to a studio.

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The KUDOS Awards recognise innovation when promoting sport within the community. We produced 3 videos to outline the merits of the 3 organisations shortlisted, which were shown at the Awards Ceremony and on the Kent Sport website. Each consisted of a two day shoot, using the Ronin stabilised gimbal to track the subjects as they moved, interviewing both organisers and participants to see the positive effects from their perspective.

Primal Roots: Organisation in Canterbury to help the ex-homeless and those in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction through physical activity in an outdoor, woodland setting. Primal Root was the overall winner of the Award.


Wheel Potential: Cycling charity in Canterbury operating along on the Great Stour Way. Providing access to customised cycles for those with disabilities, otherwise finding it extremely hard to experience time on a bike.


Active 50: Program run by the Shepway Sports Trust in Folkestone, providing various outlets for physical activity and social interaction for over the 50’s, especially retirees.

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