The power of moving images
Video is a powerful tool in community heritage and interpretation.
We understand both the technicalities of shooting and editing short films and the aims of organisations using this medium to engage people in their projects.
Video produced for the Our Stour project about the history of the Gorrell Stream that flows under the town of Whitstable
We offer these services for video production:
- Planning and story-boarding
- Shooting footage
- Recording live sound and voice-over
- Adding music and sound effects
- Graphics, captioning and stills
Our short film about Toddler’s Cove in Canterbury for the Westgate Parks Project
If you would like to discuss how video could enhance your community engagement, please contact us with the specifics of your project.
The expert in your pocket
From spoken-word stories to bird calls, audio is an enjoyable way to enhance interpretation and engage people in the key themes of any site.
We are used to experiencing audio interpretation in museums and visitor centres but with the growth of smartphone ownership and 4G technology, visitors can listen to audio guides in outdoor heritage and nature conservation settings.
An excerpt from a conversation with archaeologist Dr Jake Weekes about Roman Watling Street in Canterbury
On site panels with QR codes can be used to give visitors access to audio as they explore your site.
We can supply you with everything you need to exploit this new technology:
- Research and planning
- Scripting and text editing
- Recording content – spoken word, on-site recordings, interviews
- Sound editing and formatting
- Effects and music
- Panels, signs or posts with QR codes
The story of the family who lived at Tower House, commissioned by the Westgate Parks Project