So very happy to have been awarded both a silver and a bronze at this year’s EVCOM awards, for our work with Clifford Chance and Epson.
Category: Diversity and Inclusion
Award: Bronze – Prime, Clifford Chance
We’ve been working with Clifford Chance over the past year, creating video content as part of an overhaul of their careers website.
Prime is an initiative that was set up to help students and graduates from underprivileged and minority backgrounds who are interested in a career in Law but don’t necessarily have the same level of access to information or networks of people to educate them about how to prepare for these careers.
Our brief was to champion the impact this initiative has had on the career paths of several Prime alumni, using their stories to communicate the message that no matter a student’s background or whether or not they had a law degree; with the right ambition, talent and drive to succeed, they too can make it in the industry.
Read more about our work with Clifford Chance here.
Award: Silver – Digigraphie, Epson
Epson needed us to create a compelling film designed to educate artists, their distributors and print laboratories about the many benefits of the Digigraphie Certification Programme.
In order to appeal to artists and printmakers, it was imperative that the film looked and felt as vibrant as the prints showcased in the film.
We felt that spotlighting a single photographer, Patrick Blin, would enable us to get underneath the Digigraphie.
By having an artist explain the importance of Digigraphie to their practice, from the quality of the print to the significance of authentication, the film explains the features of Digigraphie using the people to whom it means the most.
Read more about how our process of making this film.