On 1st December we launched Wonderland, our Christmas film, reminding the nation to cherish time together with their loved ones.

Director:    Sam Brown
DOP:          Tom Townend


The film was chosen as one of Campaign Magazine’s top 15 ads of the year.


To promote the BBC’s coverage of the FIFA World Cup in Russia, we made a film that contained over 600 unique embroidered frames: a feat never before attempted at this scale and level of detail.
Directed by Nicos Livesey
Embroidery by London Embroidery Studio


Alongside the film we created a real historical document - a 7 metre long embroidered tapestry depicting famous World Cup moments. The tapestry was displayed at Manchester’s National Football Museum, and was updated after the tournament with the best moments from Russia. A replica was also exhibited in Moscow’s Tsaritsyno Museum.








Links:   Campaign, Creative Review, It’s Nice That, The Guardian


To launch the much-anticipated Iron Man VR game, we hypothesised that the game’s incredible virtual reality may not be quite so virtual after all.
Directed by Neil Huxley



We made the title sequence and OOH campaign to launch the new BBC3 show The Rap Game UK.

Director - Matthew Walker Collaborator - Reuben Dangoor







For Radio 1’s Live Lounge Month, artists could choose a cover from the past 50 years. So we took viewers back to the moment the artists first heard the songs that inspired them to become stars.
Directed by Tubby Brother