Aodh BreathnachCreative Director
Aodh (pronounced 'Aye' phonetically) is a Self-shooting Director/Media Technician with a background in Television, Documentary and Music Videos. He first found his love for Documentary while shooting and directing a film about hip hop's influence on the Tunisian revolution in 2011. Aodh presented this Documentary at the British Film Institute in London and later returned to Tunisia to take part in presentations in Universities and cultural centres. Since this experience he has strived to work on projects that are exciting, innovative and ethically driven.
Matthew JonesCreative Director
Matt is a photographer come film maker, with his roots stemming from stills photography. Exhibiting in London, Bristol and the Southwest, he has a keen interest in Documentary and cinematic genres while practicing fashion photography within the heart of Bristol. This has developed into his motion work, leading to a collaboration with Aodh over the past couple years to produce music-based and commercial videos. He strives to make striking, iconic imagery both in personal and commissioned work to stand out from competition.
We are an ambitious and diligent team with years of experience in Film, Television & Photography. Since establishing in 2014 with help from The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Program we have produced high-quality video content for numerous worldwide brands.
Video is known to be one of the most affective marketing tools as it appeals to the emotions, senses and values of the viewer. It has been said that website visitors are 64% more likely to buy a product on an online retail site after watching a video. We research, guide and develop our clients brand identities to help them reach their full potential through Video Marketing.
We strive to produce work that is intelligent, ethical, innovative and visually exciting. We love seeing our clients grow and prosper as a result of the films we produce as we build a solid and profitable business.
"It is better to make a piece of music than to perform one, better to perform one than to listen to one, better to listen to one than misuse it as a means of distraction, entertainment, or acquisition of culture."− John Cage
"The filmmaking process taught me that I need to be authentic—in my scripts and in real life."− John Grooters
"There is no higher form of artistic expression than film."− James Lee Burke
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