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"My considered opinion is BRILLIANT! First impressions count and the film you produced not just off the map, it's off the continent. It has the Mayor's blessing."
Mayor of Frome, 2015
"You provided the students with the know-how, inspiration and equipment to produce the best media to come out of the school thus far. It was much commented upon."
Secondary School Head of Drama
"You are a much valued part of our creative team – your stunning multimedia makes our shows beautiful."
"Year 9 were all so proud of their achievements – their finished films look AMAZING! Importantly, it's given me opportunity to build positive relationships with the class and interact in a more creative way which I'm sure will impact on my future teaching."
Sophie, Deputy Head, S.E.N. School
"Your presentation was informative, reassuring and hugely practical, fullfilling your own criteria of using media for fun, creativity & truth"
Crysee (workshop attendee)
"...just to let you know how brilliant the pupils thought the day was. So enthusiastic and engaged and they produced some fantastic work! Such an amazing day - it made me remember why I do this job!"
Lesley, Yr7 PTL/Child Protection Officer
"Our work with you has led to stronger community links and noticeably improved the life skills of our service users. It's given them more confidence and an opportunity to be involved in creative technology which they would be unlikely to experience otherwise."
Anne Dalgetty, Enterprise Players,
Group for adults with learning difficulties and physical disabilities
These are some of the things that people have said after working with us...
"A piece of cloth can make you experience a lot. It can make anything happen!"
enjoying using green screen at a G&T workshop
"Howard recently worked in partnership with Butterflies-Haven supporting children and teens affected by Autism. He wholeheartedly supported our young people in the making of short films to be used as part of an educational programme for the community. His creativity and sensitivity towards each young person he worked alongside resulted in very moving and honest work."