Strength to Strength

We have had a busy few weeks since our last post here at Bull & Wolf. Working for clients both in Cornwall and outside, we have produced a number of really exciting and creative videos and have plenty more in the pipeline. So for this second blog we wanted to give you a little rundown of what we have been up to and who we have been working for!

Nine Feet Tall

 

At the start of September we were in Bath to film Nine Feet Tall’s annual Touch Rugby Tournament for the second year running. Organised in association with Bath Rugby Foundation this exciting day of sport brings companies from all around Bath together to raise money for the Foundation’s excellent projects. This year they raised over £1500 and the event was attended by companies including Dyson, Western Power Distribution and Lightsource BP. As always it was a great success and we cannot wait to see what might happen in 2019!

Old Barn Tregonetha

We have also been working closely with award winning holiday cottage Old Barn Tregonetha. Already some of our work is going live across their social channels, and there is still plenty more to come with this project. It combined both internal and external filming, as well as aerial imagery of the property. What’s more, we worked around the area to capture the essence of this part of Cornwall. Old Barn Tregonetha has won numerous awards including a number of Cornwall Tourism Awards, and is nominated again this year!

 

WeSUP

Over in our own back garden, we are super excited to be working with WeSUP Paddleboard Centre in Falmouth on a number of amazing projects. You’ll have to keep an eye out for the fantastic work we have been doing with them to create a stunning aerial photography series that captures the essence of SUP around Falmouth Bay. We cannot wait for you all to see the final results.

Thera-Sea

Finally, we were delighted to attend Thera-Sea’s first stress management workshop over in Newquay to capture the great work that founder Katy Griffin is doing in this area. It was great to see how people were brought together by common themes and getting out and about in nature. You can check out this video on their social media channels now, and keep an eye out for it being shared by some exciting publications.

With all this we still have plenty of exciting projects to come over the coming weeks, and as Christmas draws closer we are looking forward to capturing some of that festive spirit!

In the meantime, keep an eye out on our Facebook and Instagram feeds to see what we are up to on a day to day basis, and of course get in touch if you want to find out more about what we can do for you!

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