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Video Production

Create the video everyone'e talking about.

Get seen on the screen

Create the Video Everyone's Talking About

Reliable. Consistent. Strategic.

As one of the most innovative video production companies in the UK, our process starts by developing a creative concept for each project.

Next we storyboard, film and edit before moving on to the magic of post-production.

Our brand new in-house Sony FS7 means we can shoot content for broadcast, Netflix and cinema. 

Idea Generation

Scripting 

Global Shooting 

Production 

Editing

When a Child is Born

Case Study

120 million people reached worldwide.

Lyra’s video, which we created at The Digital Ladder, alongside her story, generated more than 600 pieces of PR coverage, reaching around 120 million people worldwide. Her single was featured on BBC Breakfast, ITV network news, SKY and This Morning with Phillip and Holly, as well as receiving widespread in the newspapers and online. The video was listed as one of ITV’s Standout Social Media Videos of the Year for 2019, received over 140,000 view on YouTube and the song also reached number 16 in the UK Official Download Charts.

Our campaign, in partnership with Brain Tumour Research, drove unprecedented levels of website traffic and publicity for the charity. It was a whirlwind of awareness and publicity and, working with the charity, we managed to secure a video message from Sir Cliff Richard and Lyra was awarded a Point of Light Award from thePrime Minister and received the award at the Houses of Parliament in London.

In a personal letter to Lyra, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said:

“I know you do this with no thought of praise or reward, but allow me to offer my own recognition on how your Christmas single is doing so much for Brain Tumour Research and helping other children, like you, who they support. Well done for all that you have achieved!”

Susan Castle-Smith, Head of PR for Brain Tumour Research, said:

“Our social media posts about Lyra have reached 682,000 people and Lyra’s page and our Lyra-related bulletins on our website have attracted more than 14,000 visitors. Our stats also show us that Lyra’s story is reaching people who hadn’t previously been involved with the charity, many of whom have asked to know more about our work, and this is really important to us. Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 yet, historically, just 1% of the national spend on cancer research has been allocated to this devastating disease. We are determined to change this and Lyra, her family and The Digital Ladder have done so much to help us get our message out there.”