WE ARE THE SAME INSIDE
SOUTHMEAD NHS CHARITY
We Are The Same Inside was composed and written by Melody Makers Choir leader, Natalie Veal with lyric support from Natalie Sital-Singh.Deditacted to the NHS to try and raise money for Southmead Hospital Charity. It was an absolute pleasure to help them out with the music video. If you'd like to know more and donate then follow the link here.
BRISTOL DESIGN FORGE
BESPOKE LASER CUTTING
Bristol Design Forge specialise in providing a professional laser cutting and engraving service to the creative industries, organisations and individuals of Bristol, the South West and beyond. Check out their work and find out how they can help bring your ideas to life.
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NORTH BRISTOL TRUST
CANCER CARE APPEAL
A corporate film for Southmead Hospital helping them to raise two million pounds for their cancer care appeal. The money will help them purchase two new surgical robots.
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Looking to make a music video, dance showreel or showcase an event you've organised? Here's a sample of what I've filmed over the past year. Check it out and see if I can make your dream performance last forever!
YOU DON'T CARE
An inspirational retiree who now spends his time writing and making music. I was lucky enough to get passed on this chaps details last summer and we've been working together on a number of his music videos. This one was particularly fun to film as it involved a hand double and we filmed it in a lovely venue in Stokes Croft, Bristol. Plus the song is super catchy!!
THE SOLITARY BEES
90% of Britain's bees are Solitary Bees. They are crucial pollinators, yet are little known or conserved. This film aims to change that.
This film showcases the fascinating behaviour and value of the UK's solitary bees. We follow a variety of different species through their struggles to find resources, avoid death and create new life. Ideal for anyone who loves our bees and nature!
MOTHER OF ALL HEDGEHOGS
Barbara Roberts is a 60 year old woman who has dedicated the past 22 years of her life to caring for rehabilitating sick, injured and underweight hedgehogs at the Withington Hedgehog Hospital in her own home. She has had to face a myriad of problems along the way and overcome many challenges to reach the more constant, fluid routine she has today. Despite this balance she finds herself in, other challenges are ever present and the future of the hospital is far from certain.