Office: (44) (0) 5603 676623  |  Independent Communications Consultancy based Westminster, London SW1
Office: (44) (0) 5603 676623  |  Independent Communications Consultancy based Westminster, London SW1

Media Communications

TV & Video

TV and video are technically similar and nowadays the key difference is how they are delivered and watched. We’re all familiar with TV broadcasting from many decades of experience. We’re mostly familiar with video through our phones, and through tube websites such as YouTube.

Thanks to our involvement in the production of TV and video shorts and shows stretching back to 2004 we’re in a great position to offer advice from the outset about any stage of production. These include the practicalities of audience identification, story-boarding, script-writing, production and shooting, and – of course – getting the finished article in front of eyeballs. We’ve put some archive material further down this page, including three Archive Collections.

Making videos can be a lot of fun. Along the way we’ve created interview videos, documentaries from Thailand and Egypt and even animated shorts. However this isn’t something to be attempted lightly and our professional support can really make the difference between success and failure.


Services include:

Consultancy | Research | Audience Identification | Story-boarding | Script-writing | Production – Shooting – Editing | Marketing

Want to do video? Why not take the next step…

Call us today on 01304 728977 or contact on Twitter or LinkedIn to discuss your ideas for video and TV work. We look forward to hearing from you.

Archive Collections

Local Heroes

2013-2014 Interview Project. Because everyone has a story to tell.

Cairo to the Coast

7 video snippets from my 2004 documentary on the Nile Delta

Making History

Four 30-minute TV history programmes from 2009

About Mark

Mark’s career has included planning, scripting and producing many audio and video items. This archive contains examples he has done of location interviews, animation and even green screen. Feel free to browse this selection of old archive footage but please remember some of this information might no longer be current.