Science communication and content creation
Iris Films specialises in science, natural history and specialist factual content for digital platforms. We make shareable, educational, engaging content that reaches millions of people. Our content has achieved record-breaking social media engagement and reach for our clients.
A passion for science and the natural world is at our core, and we are dedicated to distilling complicated ideas without dumbing them down, and making scientific research accessible to a wide audience.
Previous clients and partners include The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, the Natural History Museum in London, The Hebridean Whale and Dolphin Trust, the Aquatic Megafauna Research Unit in Perth, Australia, and The Royal Horticultural Society, We also have extensive experience working with leading scientists and broadcasters, including Sir David Attenborough.
Get in touch with us to book your next science communication project.
We create suites of content that promote the work of non-profit clients. From short-form films for social to multi-camera shoots, our work can be tailored to your audience and budget.
Our team scripts, produces, shoots and edits broadcast-quality films that tell your story in a simple and accessible way.
Exceptional imagery can transform your brand. We can provide high-quality, versatile still photography that works across channels.
We can help you create emotive and compelling branded content that makes an impact.
Our creative team can advise you on how to best find and engage your audience, whether you're pitching to funders or growing your digital platforms.
"Throughout the process, Callum and his team were thoroughly professional. Most importantly, the outcome was, quite simply, incredible.
The filming and production quality was really impressive, and consequently, this is a piece that I am very proud to have contributed to. We have been able to reach a large, worldwide audience and tell them about our research, in a way that would not have previously been possible to us through our institution. Thus, as a science communication activity, this experience has been fantastic.
Overall, contributing to this film has been a hugely positive experience, and I would jump at the chance to do so again."
Dr Nick Casewell
Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine