North Pole Adventure Promotional Event Video

Each year we produce various different videos for National Forrest Adventure Farm, an adventure play park for children. The Farm organises events throughout the year, including ScreamFest at Halloween and the North Pole Adventure at Christmas. We have the pleasure of capturing these events and creating both shorter videos for social media, and longer promotional videos. This year we created a promotional event video for their Northpole Adventure, which, in less than a month, the video achieved over 14,000 organic views on social media. The video was also supported by a paid campaign which resulted in the event selling out in November!



We also created a slightly longer promotional event video for the same event.


Here at the video production company, Ark Media, we are proud that we have helped to achieve such high sales for the Farm. Promotional and shorter social videos can work really well for most brands and businesses. Wyzowl has stated that  ‘89% of video marketers say video gives them a good ROI, and 83% of video marketers say video helps them with lead generation.’

Willmott Dixon Awards Ceremony

We have been working with the Internal Communications Team at Willmott Dixon for a number of years. We film and produce a variety of videos including external and internal event video, CSR activity as well as videos showcasing construction projects.

Willmott Dixon have an annual awards ceremony, an internal event celebrating the successes of the team. We captured this year’s event and created 12 short videos.  These were used to introduce each award and included nominees and clients talking about the award itself.

In addition to the 12 videos we have created a highlights film of the evening which can be viewed here:

Creativity Together Documentary

In June 2017 the Ark team were commissioned to fly with the Sutton Coldfield YMCA to Israel/Palestine to document their cultural exchange in both Jerusalem and Bethlehem. The documentary is an engaging film about the culture similarities and differences of the young people of both nations as well as acting as a visual record for the projects funders.

The film is currently nominated for a Royal Television Society Cultural award in the Midlands 2017 awards.