Some recent video productions we've completed for our clients

A 3D animated sting we created for LetsJoin to promote their movies on-demand service, which was targeted at passengers using their on-board content service. We combined 3d animation software and video to achieve the final result.

For LetsJoin we created a series of bespoke videos to promote the company's online digital network to prospective Advertisers and Transport Operators. They asked us to communicate how the service works and showcase the advantages & benefits they offer their clients over their competitors. We used a combination of live action video, motion graphics and compositing effects to best communicate their message.

Working with the Italian clothing company OJ, we scripted and produced a short film to showcase their clothing in action alongside a custom built Honda CX 500 Cafe Racer motorbike. 

For Durham University we created an animation to explain the problem of diffuse pollution and its impact on the environment. They wanted the illustrations to be hand-drawn so we combined a digital drawing application with 2d animation software to achieve the desired effect.

Working alongside the LetsJoin editorial team we produced a short film to showcase some of the incredible talent on display throughout the streets of Edinburgh during the yearly August Festival. The video was broadcast through the entertainment channel on their online platform.

Restaurant Martin Wishart asked us to create a short film to provide an insight into a normal working day at the prestigious Michelin star restaurant. Shooting from the early hours of the day as deliveries to the restaurant arrived, to the preparation of the produce, the arrival of diners, through to service in the kitchen and finally close, we sought to convey the dedication, expertise, artistry, smells and flavours of this wonderful restaurant. 

A short film co-written and co-directed by Ashar Aftab & Steve Pool. The film tells the story of a day in the life of a couple whose relationship is failing, where a small mistake has explosive consequences.