We specialise in science and natural history films for education providers and non-profits.
Impactful visuals for The Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine
We had the privilege of showcasing the work of the Centre for Snakebite Research and Interventions at the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, promoting their recent achievements in a format suitable for conferences, funder pitches and public channels.
Planet-friendly gardening for The Royal Horticultural Society
We explore the health benefits of gardens and gardening, and promote the lesser-known scientific research of the UK's largest gardening charity.
Behind the scenes at The Natural History Museum
Take a look behind the scenes at the Museum. Find out how conservators moved a Komodo dragon and how the team captured footage underwater, James Bond style.
A whale of a story for BBC Two's Horizon
Narrated by Sir David Attenborough, this film follows the teams at the Natural History Museum as they replace the iconic dinosaur skeleton cast with a real blue whale skeleton.
Filmed while in-house at the Museum and aired on BBC Two's flagship programme.
Get started with slug identification with the RHS science team
A series of videos for the RHS, commissioned to help a citizen science project that asked participants to note the species of slug found in their garden.
Callum’s films have helped me communicate my research findings to a very high standard. It is a huge advantage to be able to share the link on social media or to easily send video summaries of individual papers to interested parties outside of academia.
Working with Callum is a breeze, he puts you at ease despite the camera and gives you any confidence, reassurance or encouragement needed. He is patient but efficient with the filming process and the finished product is beautiful.
Lauriane Chalmin-Pui, RHS