The aim of this film is to show each contractor what is expected of them when representing HS2, regardless of the company they work for. It also details innovative initiatives HS2 have put in place, to ensure the health and safety of everyone involved.
No Ground Investigation project has ever before placed such a high priority on the well-being of the people undertaking the work, and so the use of a direct approach by a man of the people creates a truly engaging appeal.
This film was part of a suite of productions for Tesco’s recent Annual Conference. It was aimed as a thank you to their people, celebrating how thoughtful and caring they are and to thank them for their hard work.
We invited a range of colleagues from across the business to a studio in London under the guise of interviewing them about customer service. We then gave them a letter written by customers and other members of staff recognising them for their hard work, initiative, and/ or kindness.
CBRE wanted a film to showcase Loop – an exciting new tool for the business. We developed an upbeat, playful and celebratory creative treatment that involved real CBRE people in a studio, carefully directed to move and interact with various devices. We played with the relative scale of the devices and people, and with gestures and facial expressions to engage the audience and make Loop feel relevant to them.
As part of Kone’s campaign to remove the stigma of living with mental health issues, we created a short, simple visual metaphor to represent someone’s battle with depression. Our aim here was not to trivialize, but to simplify, giving the audience a starting point for a conversation.
Lloyds Banking Group’s Diversity and Inclusion team commissioned us to make ‘Take A Second’, understanding as they did that despite all the mechanisms in place, workplace friction persists, and was recognised as a brake on success. This mandatory video-led programme was made educate every employee in the Group. It had a simple aim: be more mindful of other people’s feelings, no matter how much pressure you’re under and together we can make this a better and more inclusive place to work for everyone. The subtitle of the programme is Working together at Lloyds Banking Group.
Part of a broad learning programme, Leading Self, which developed personal and team-working skills to new joiners in HSBC worldwide. We produced around a dozen films to introduce key strands in the programme and deliver particular learning points.
This film was co-created and filmed by HSBC colleagues from around the world. We planned out what we needed and provided straightforward instructions, they filmed on smartphones and tablets and we edited the raw material they sent. Each of our participants were asked to share how they stayed resilient in a fast-moving environment and talk about the benefits that doing so delivered.
New rules barred people from using mobile devices, even hands-free, while driving. This received a lot of push back. Our film aims to get inside people’s heads and make them understand how dangerous this behaviour can be and the devastating potential consequences to themselves and others.