Just a few of the clients we’ve worked with


It’s like having your own bespoke digital communications department.

Phil O’Connor

Head of Learning & Development



From DVDs to e-Learning tools, web films to webcasts, we use moving images to get your message across. It could be a training DVD, a PR film, a ‘town hall’ broadcast, a message to the City, an e-Learning package, a web film – or even an animated Christmas card!

Whatever the medium, we’ll deliver the message.

Our clients range from small businesses to international brands. We don’t just work for them once – they return to us with further commissions because of the creativity, quality and cost-effectiveness of every project we deliver.

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Lastest News from AON

How is it suddenly autumn, and nearly Christmas?

Despite expecting things to quieten down towards the end of the year, we’ve been rushing round the country filming a time travel induction for a power station, and a quiz show to illustrate compliance issues for another power provider; we’ve shot Christmas displays in Berlin for Monsoon Accessorize and completed a training film for Cunard.

We’ve provided films for an Autocentres Rally and shot films for Domino’s Pizza’s internal communications, promoting new technological developments to their franchisees. This was a graphics challenge, with Geoff using all his design and animating skills to convey technical information in as compelling a way as possible. As always, we try to tell the story behind the product and how it will benefit the customer.

Summer was a time of updates, as we filmed new information for various induction films. We like our films to be as ‘future proof’ as possible, and ensure that it’s relatively straightforward to insert new or updated information if circumstances or procedures change.

Oh, and Geoff’s been on the SS Harry S. Truman, to record NATO training exercises for Norwegian news. As you do.


It’s been a month of filming, editing and comedy sketches.

Geoff started the month in Spain, on a fairly manic but enjoyable 3 day shoot for MCC Co-Operative Travel covering their Rally in Barcelona.

Meanwhile, Derek was delivering one of his respected Budgeting Masterclasses at the BBC in Salford and Jo was putting her comedy writing cap on to come up with sketches for our latest joint venture with Reality Training.

Having completed a training film for the AA last year, we were back to produce a film for a different AA team. With Bob and Jeremy and their team’s acting experience, we like to use comedy sketches to illustrate the core principles behind good customer care.

This time our skits featured the worst ever Christmas present, a murder mystery (nothing too sinister – it was a chocolate cake that was killed), and a bewildered fiancé.

Filming went well and Geoff is now editing it all together, along with animated backgrounds and special effects.

Once we’d put the comedy costumes and props away, we popped down to London to film Dominic Mohan for Domino’s, then it was back on the road to zip from Halfords for ‘Friend of The Motorist’ filming to Domestic and General for a new film then back to Flogas for some extra filming.

Then it was time for Geoff’s bi-annual fashion fix, as he swept off to Monsoon Accessorize to film their Autumn/Winter 2017 product information films.

And when we weren’t filming, we were editing like mad to clear the decks for June’s filming which will include another MCC Co-Operative film, further filming for D&G and Monsoon Accessorize along with other projects we’re just waiting for the greenlight on.

Oh, and Jo won a national writing competition run by the RNLI, and our regular camera operator Anthony’s had his work chosen by Glastonbury postcards. It’s stunning – check out the banner on his twitter page @antphotos