BBC: The Forgotten Girls of Dhaka
1x30' HD plus online and a Newsnight short
Farhana Haider enters the world of a slum in Dhaka, Bangladesh to meet a group of teenage girls who were married and then abandoned by their husbands before they even reached 16 years old. Are their identities now fixed for the rest of their lives? What chances do they have to define who are they are? How does the tight-knit slum community hinder or help shape the girls' futures?
DHARMA RECORDS: Megan Henwood 'Love Loathe'
Megan Henwood won BBC Radio 2's Young Folk Award in 2009 and we had the privilege of creating a video for her latest track 'Love Loathe'.
Shot using drone technology, the music video takes us on a journey through the dark fairytale world of Megan Henwood.
LANCIA: Steampunk Revolution
Branded content for the car company Lancia, made as part of the My Stories series.
The task was to create a 90”-150” second video about an urban trend in London. With a growing passion for Steampunk which incorporates cutting edge technology in a retro-futuristic tone, we felt this would be perfect to showcase the personality of London.
Life, Death and Cheerleading - BBC
1x30' HD plus podcast
Sun City is one of America's biggest retirement communities and home to the Poms, a group of amazing women aged between 55 and 85. We follow the Poms as they rehearse for one of their biggest parades of the year. Their story is one of courage in the face of mortality and a high-kick against ageism.
BBC: Working Lives: Tokyo's Women
1x30' HD plus online shorts
Japan has one of the worst levels of gender equality in the developed world so presenter Mariko Oi sets out to discover what working life is like for five women in Tokyo.
BBC WORLD NEWS: Singapore at 50
One of the extraordinary economic success stories of the late 20th Century, Singapore celebrates 50 years of independence in 2015. As part of A Richer World Season, the BBC's Sharanjit Leyl who was born and brought up in Singapore delves into her family's history to explore how the country transformed itself into one of the wealthiest per capita economies in the world.
SUNDANCE LONDON & LANGHAM: Ruby's Skin
A short funded by The Langham as part of the Langham Filmmakers competition run alongside Sundance London 2012.
Starring Olivia Cooke (Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, Bates Motel, The Secret of Crickley Hall) and John Bowe (The Hour, Cranford, Prime Suspect), with special effects by Rushes (Les Miserables, Slumdog Millionare, Death In Paradise).
HEINEKEN: Low Stars' Just Around The Corner
We had the pleasure of making Heineken's branded content music video for Low Stars' Just Around the Corner. The video premiered at the Paley Center in Beverly Hills. It went on to play at the Sundance Film Festival's and Tribeca's Green Room.
60x5' HD + 5x30' HD
2014 was dominated by short history films made for BBC World News which broadcast every Wednesday and online at bbc.com/witness. The series was so successful that a 30' monthly series was produced, presented by Tanya Beckett.
Our first foray into the world of stop motion, made on an incredibly low budget.
A tall tale about tiny Old Man Time. Time waits for no man.
A short horror film which played at numerous festivals including Kino, Eerie Horror, St Petersburg, Anti-Popcorn Movie Club, Nickel Independent, Strasbourg International, and First Look Festivals.
Lucas struggles with an ear abnormality characterized by hearing so sensitive that normal sounds cause him excruciating pain. When he hears sounds he's never heard before coming from next door, Lucas must confront his own dark desires to save his true love Stacy.