Emerging Payments Association
The Emerging Payments Association (EPA) is a membership based regulatory body based at London Bridge a stone's throw away from the iconic Shard. Their members include Visa, Mastercard and Banking Circle who collectively transact over 600 million pounds annually. They approached us to help create instructional video content featuring key personnel in order to educate potential new members to the benefits of joining the EPA. These shoots have taken us from the streets of Shoreditch to the heights of the Shard itself and the iconic 'gherkin' at 30 St. Mary Axe. These projects required shooting, editing and creating custom graphics and animation.
‘Working with Richard Jackson has been nothing short of a pleasure. Richard’s focus to detail and creative versatility means he is my go-to for creating top-quality video content. When deadlines are tight, Richard works tirelessly and diligently to make things work for you in a seamless process.’
Thomas Connelly, Payments Manager, Emerging Payments Association
Nimlok are an award-winning designer and builder of exhibition stands based in Wellingborough, Northmaptonshire. Our relationship with Nimlok stretches back to 2016 when they sent us to cover their stand EANM nuclear medicine conference in Barcelona, Spain. Since then we have visited countless tradeshows and exhibitions all over the UK and worked with brands such as YouGov, Virgin Media, Battersea Dogs Home and more. Aside from shooting the stands themselves, we have recorded interviews witrh stakeholders, covered internal training at Nimlok's Wellingborough HQ and created animations and motion graphics for the brand.
Finding Your Voice
Finding Your Voice have created a communications based programme offered to state schools and academies to increase verbal literacy, oratory skills and confidence among secondary aged children. Part of the offering includes an e-learning portal for schools that have adopted the course to train their staff in the nuances of the programme. We created a 12 part series of short instructional videos hosted by Finding Your Voice instructor Chris Brennan; the brief required a seemless white background and animated on-screen text to be delivered to a short deadline.