The equipment required to make high-quality videos has changed dramatically in the last few years, with many of the DSLR cameras now used by still photographers capable of producing Hollywood-quality moving pictures.  Many short films (such as those below) no longer require a two, three or four-person crew, and can now be made by a single photographer/videographer working alone, at a fraction of the cost. 

The new technology is ideally suited to meeting the growing demand for affordable video content on websites, allowing even small organisations to make use of the medium to promote and publicise their work.  If you would like to discuss details and costs, please get in touch via email or phone.



The Great Western Railway Band performs on platform 9 of Paddington Station at 7.30pm every Friday between Easter and Christmas. It's not the most obvious venue for a concert – at times the music is almost drowned out by the collective growl of engines travelling in and out of the great glass-roofed train shed - but lifting the spirits in adverse circumstances is just what marching bands are for, and the musicians play on regardless.

This short video was made for the inpaddington YouTube channel, with a brief to capture the spirit of the band and the life of the station in which it performs. It was great fun to make, and also a reminder of just how much the publishing and PR world has changed over the last few years. Before the all-encompassing rise of the web, a commission like this would more likely have been for a set of stills for use across a range of print products.