If you're interested in hiring us to create your video, please contact Garren Baker.
Who we are
We are an in-house team of creative experts offering media production services and support to University staff and students.
As a team based on campus and made entirely of University of Plymouth graduates, we offer an extremely efficient and knowledgeable service compared to external providers.
We welcome all types of projects from interviews and lectures, to promotional films and documentaries.
Explore our range of services to help your messages really make an impact in a number of areas:
- PR and promotion
- lectures and seminars
- interviews, case studies, testimonials and showcases
- media training (training on presentation to camera and technical training on equipment).
We're here to help you with
Watch our highlights video where we showcase some of our recent work for clients across the university.
“The team were stunning to work with, a real pleasure. I look forward to working with them all in the future. The quality of the work is wonderful, both the teaching team and students are thoroughly pleased with the film.”
Josh Slater, Theatre and performance department
Multimedia Team Highlights video
Promotional recruitment videos
Are you ready? – flagship marketing video to promote studying at the University of Plymouth to prospective students.
Melia's story – promotional student story to advertise studying BA (Hons) Art History with the University of Plymouth to prospective students.
Nominated for the 2019 Learning on Screen 'Promotional Film Award'.
Plymouth Pioneers – Professor Ray Jones is one of the UK’s leading researchers in empowering more people to use digital health technology.
We are the University of Plymouth – flagship video to promote the wide range of research conducted at the University of Plymouth.
Conservatoire Facilities Tour. Josh Slater, Lecturer in Dance and Performance, gives us a tour of the amazing facilities available to students at the Plymouth Conservatoire.
Cyber0-SHIP Lab – virtual tour of the University of Plymouth's £3.2m, Research England and Industry-funded Cyber-SHIP Lab.