Documentary following Santi, a fixie bike street racer from Madrid, and a group of riders who are risking everything in order to prove themselves. At a time when opportunities are limited for many youth in Spain, being part of this subculture gives them something to fight for.
We helped Tesco launch their Sunflower Lanyards initiative in all of their stores to help make the shopping experience feel more comfortable to those with hidden disabilities. Many of their colleagues have a hidden disability themselves and actively help raise awareness of the issue.
Nora has cerebral palsy. She needs larger specialist toilets, called Changing Places. Without these, Nora wouldn’t have seen her Grandad in Cornwall before he died. She’s one of the many people who rely on these facilities everyday – that’s why Tesco have installed Changing Places toilets in 40 stores across the UK, with another 35 planned for next year.
To mark the commencement of a national partnership with Picturehouse, we created this powerful cinema ad for Refuge. ‘Hide and Seek aims to raise funds and awareness of domestic abuse which unfortunately affects so many women and children.
Culture is what makes us different, but can it also be what connects us? For the European Year of Cultural Heritage, we contributed to a unique online initiative highlighting the diversity and vibrancy of European cultural heritage for @googleartsandculture.
The Digital News Innovation Fund (DNI Fund) is a European programme that’s part of the Google News Initiative, an effort to help journalism thrive in the digital age. We helped Google tell the world about this fascinating initiative.
Jean-Luc Godard and the French New Wave’s most iconic dance scene transported to a romanticised, authentic London setting. ‘Oooo Lala’ (Feat.Kaidi Akinnibi) is lifted from Bluelab Beats debut album ‘Xover’.
The Swan is a metaphor for vanity, an allegorical tale which imagines the character of the Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale “The Ugly Duckling” re-visited in later life.
Having finally found acceptance within his own kind, the desire for beauty has taken it’s toll.
We brought back the thing that made gaming great in the first place by creating the Colonels Couch, a gaming sofa designed to unite friends over their favourite games and food. KFC hosted a live gaming tournament that saw the biggest names in grime and gaming battle it out for a lifetimes supply of KFC.
‘Around the World in 99 Gigs’ is a YouTube mini-series which follows YouTuber Callux and presenter Charlotte de Carle as they travel to a new destination every week in the search for crazy music scenes from around the world.
Our BAFTA-winning short film Home, starring Jack O’Connell and Holliday Grainger, produced in partnership with UNHCR, Somesuch and Docu Fest. The film also picked up advertising awards at British Arrows and Cannes Lions, entering the public discourse around the refugee crisis and affecting policy-making at the highest level.
You’re more at risk of identity fraud than you think – sharing personal details like your date of birth, address and phone number can make you vulnerable. We put it to the test it for @Cifas, with shocking results.
We shot this one-take music video for The Last Shadow Puppets’ ‘Everything That You’ve Come To Expect’ 9 times in a row as the sun went down and sent the 9 different films to different news outlets. Fans started to notice the differences and get geeky about the details.
To celebrate londonfashionweek coming to Soho, we spent a few nights documenting our neighbourhood and set it to a poem written and performed by World Poetry Slam Champion harrybakerpoet for the BritishFashionCouncil.
We teamed up with London-based menswear designer Katy Eary to create KFC’s first London Fashion Week show, from beginning to end, using 100 people, in just one hour. It was created as part of their Pack More Into Lunch campaign, based around the idea of doing more with your lunch hour.