Latest work, news and articles about video, photography and business in Sussex
The video we produced last November fireworks night at the Worthing ‘Tide of Light’ event has helped the Tide of Light team secure over £6,000 of much needed funding.
The video from 2013 was something that Hector Media created for free to help the local community and it was a joy to produce as the event exceeded all expectations. It is great that with the funding from Crowdfunder it is happening again this year and from what we know the event will be even better than last year. Watch this space for the next video….
Worthing Homes has just celebrated its 1000th development, an incredible milestone, and one to be celebrated!
Working in conjunction with Subway EPS, we were asked along to cover the unveiling of the 1000th Worthing Homes development in Chesswood Road, Worthing. Residents, local dignitaries, Worthing Homes staff and management and Tim Laughton MP were all invited to view the new properties and to hear a little about the history of Worthing Homes and its amazing work.
Our latest project saw us commissioned to create a showcase holiday rental video for a stunning property in West Sussex.
Situated directly on the beach, this amazing property has recently been transformed by the owners from an established Italian Restaurant into a stunning holiday let.
A very different video advert project, in association with Smart Monkey for their client Infinity.
When marketing agency Smart Monkey got in touch with this project we jumped at it. Something we hadn’t done before, an video advert designed to be shown on a cinema screen. With only 25 seconds to showcase their client and their client’s services we knew it would be a tricky brief.
We have recently been working with Evolution Capital on the technical aspects of their upcoming webinar strategy.
During one of our recent consultancy meetings we decided to capture some quick footage of the management team to create a short teaser video for their first webinar coming up next month.
Marketing agency Smart Monkey recently asked us to capture some corporate headshots for one of their clients in Tunbridge Wells.
Working with a like a minded company always makes life easier. Marketing Agency Smart Monkey regularly requires services we can offer to support their work, be it formal corporate headshots, relaxed head and shoulders portraits or lifestyle shots for a website.
At Hector Media we love to support independent film makers, so when we were made aware of the Oska Bright Film Festival we were thrilled to discover the independent film makers being celebrated are those with learning disabilities. The first of its kind, it is the only film festival to be run by and feature work of learning disabled film makers. There is some true talent to be seen, but the charity running the event needs help to see it continue.
The Carousel Charity, who help organise the OSKA BRIGHT FILM FESTIVAL are looking for CORPORATE SPONSORS and FUNDING in order to continue the fantastic biennial festival which showcases the incredible talent of learning disabled film makers. The next festival is scheduled for November 2015.
Can you help, or do you know an individual or company that might? Please contact:
Kevin Farley, Corporate Development Manager at Carousel, Tel. 01273 234 734 or 07824697566 firstname.lastname@example.org
For more info, see here: Oska Bright 2014
We are now ‘Google Trusted Photographers’
Back in September 2012 Google rolled out their new concept in the UK: taking Street View inside. Trusting just a handful of photographers per area, Google would like consumers to be able to wander in and out of businesses as they walk along the streets in Street View.
From what I have seen during my time in the industry, it appears to be widely considered that having a business video for your company is an expensive and massively time consuming affair or just simply not required, from what I know from my time in the industry this is far from the truth.
Recently (since about halfway through last year) the tech world has been abuzz with talks of the new revolution in television: the new 4K and Ultra HD TVs, however, the mainstream media has remained fairly quiet on the subject. Which leads us to ask the question what exactly are they? And why should I scrap my 3D, HD TV and rush out to buy one?