Video is one of the most effective marketing tools for businesses and organisations to tell their story and showcase what they do. It's also an excellent advertising tool on Facebook as videos can reach huge numbers of people with a small ads budget. Videos regularly get more engagement and attention than other types of content and they are a powerful way to really connect with your audience. See examples of my work with clients below.
I've created videos for businesses, artists, charities, and others who want to promote their product, service, or event, including clients such as Falkirk Community Trust, Visit Falkirk, Falkirk Delivers, Scottish Gymnastics, Behind the Wall, Wolanski's Pole & Aerial Fitness, MacDonald Hotels, and Stirling Highland Games.
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The following videos were produced for Visit Falkirk and funded by Visit Scotland with the aim to showcase attractions in and around Falkirk for different audiences. These are four commissioned films produced by Vass Media over 2017 and 2018. This commission included social media targeted advertising. Currently, all films have over 1,100,000 views across multiple platforms, with the views due to reach around 1,500,000 by the end of the project. Read about the case study in the digital services section of this site.
This short film was produced for Highland mental health charity, Birchwood Highland. It features individuals experiencing mental ill health and explores the ways in which they cope with their condition through positive lifestyle changes and activities that work for them. The film was screened at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival at Eden Court in Inverness in 2017.
Forth Valley College
Falkirk Community Trust
Behind the Wall
Forth Environment Link
Miriam Wolanski / Wolanski's Pole & Aerial Fitness
Filmed at MacRobert Arts Centre at Stirling University, this video showcases the aerial skills of Miriam Wolanski, owner of Wolanski's Pole & Aerial Fitness.
Below is a video from a series I created in collaboration with various independent businesses showcasing skills in local businesses such as cooking, pottery, jewellery making, and tattooing. The series was funded by Falkirk Delivers, the local Business Improvement District.