After 6 months work, this week we completed a project for insurance company, AXA UK. The job has involved many trips down to London and Tunbridge Wells to film CEOs and staff members for a series of films ranging from induction videos for new starters, to Smith&Jones style discussions on the difference between analogue and digital.
We shot everything on Canon C300 and some Panasonic AF101 – both fantastic cameras that give a great image – and edited them in the studio in full HD.
We then uploaded the whole lot to AXA’s YouTube channel for distribution.
It’s been hard work, but enormous fun – particularly the employees video we made, shot against a light box and featuring employees discussing what they think about AXA.
You can see this video here.
In other news…
We also finalised the last edit of a video we have been producing for Cotswold House / Weaver Vale Housing Trust. This has also been a long project, starting last summer. The footage has been repurposed for a selection of videos highlighting the work the organisation do, and one of these won a Northern Housing Consortium Silver Screen Award for best Youth Education video.
Have a look at that here.
We’ve also produced a short funding video ‘Hebden Calling‘ for Hebden Bridge Arts festival, and some nice holding graphics for a large insurance company’s annual awards (we can’t say who – sorry).