Expert scientists providing animated videos for academic websites, study recruitment, online abstracts and public engagement.

Our mission is to reach out beyond the naturally curious audience, using the most engaging, accessible videos to convey your research.

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"I would like to say what a pleasure it has been to work with you on the creation of our ten impact videos this summer. Your style of communication, your energy, your flexibility, your guidance and your patience were ideal to create what we wanted." 

Peter Ball, Director of Business Engagement, University of York Management School

See our some of example video and styles across the site

A one minute video does not take half the time of a two minute video to produce. Short videos have the same outlay in time and effort for development of narrative and script than even a much longer video. Also in longer videos you will come back to previous scenes and 'reuse' animation created earlier in the videos. This is reflected in pricing with a 'project set up cost' followed by a fee for overall video duration.


More of an advert than an explainer encouraging other scientists to register their studies at a central hub. Dispensing with a voiceover gives a liveliness to the video but you may need to consider adding an audio descriptive version of the video. Here it is on their website.


Updated: Sep 25

I normally animate for grown ups so it was a pleasant change to animate for this age group. The second participant information video for a Lind Priority setting process focusing on children with cancer. The researchers blog posted about the process of making the video here.