We specialise in short, cinematic, people-centred web videos and cinematic wedding films. Our videos tell your story in order improve market perception and help product, project or research understanding; extremely important for growing your business, or gaining funding for projects, in addition to keeping stakeholders happy.
Andrew at InkSpot Media is phenomenal to work with, and an asset to any project. His positive attitude has a beneficial effect on all those around him. I have really enjoyed working with him and hope to have the opportunity to do so again.
Audio Visual Media Development Officer, The University of Nottingham
I was very nervous about appearing on film, but Andrew was really great and put me at my ease almost immediately, and I almost forgot the camera was following me. When the videos came I couldn’t have been more thrilled with them, and were much better than I could have wished for. I highly recommend him.
BA (HONS) V.PHYS. PHD. MASSVAP Veterinary Physiotherapist
Andrew and InkSpot Media film and produce my online TV show – CritterBoxTV. Andrew is a great ideas person – I gave him an idea of what I wanted and he put together something that totally exceeded my expectations. Over the episodes thus far, we have worked together to adapt and evolve the show, making further improvements that make it even more watchable. Andrew is easy to work with, and puts all those in front of the camera at ease – myself included! His positive “can do” work ethic means that anything and everything is possible, and can be achieved. This is great when filming a project that is new and innovative. All in all, I would recommend Andrew and Inkspot Media to anyone looking to make a film of any kind – whether its a promotional short for your company or product or a pilot for a new TV show / film. For me InkSpot, really hit the spot!!!
Andrew was a pleasure to work with. He helped to promote our School of Politics and International Relations with a ‘can-do’ attitude on a number of projects, including Politics in 60 Seconds and our successful Election 2010 blog, that really made us stand out. He also helped win a number of awards for us and helped further raise the profile of the school and individual academics. I’d recommend Andrew to anyone looking for someone who understands Higher Education and the demands of academic work.
Professor of Parliamentary Government, School of Politics and International Relations, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Nottingham
Andrew was a responsive and cooperative film maker. I enjoyed working with Andrew on a number of projects, where he brought enthusiasm, creativity and sheer hard work (often meeting tight deadlines).
Head of Learning Technology, The University of Nottingham
Andrew filmed the Caesar’s 2012 season, from training through to our final game of the season. We featured Andrew’s footage on our website www.nottinghamcaesars.co.uk. It had an immediate impact we had enquiries from potential new players who had seen us train and wanted to be part of the action. When the season started and our games where shown we had many comments from other teams from around the league complimenting us on our professional presentation. Andrews contribution to our season had a very positive impact on our club, Andrew’s videos were professional presented. On a personal level we found Andrew very flexible in his approach and he came up with many great ideas to promote the club.
Nottingham Caesar’s Club Manager
Andrew is a talented and creative individual with whom I was privileged to work during his all too short stint at the University of Nottingham. I’ve never been entirely clear what he does beyond producing excellent videos and podcasts but he does it all remarkably well.
Dr Paul Greatrix
Registrar, University of Nottingham
Andrew has a close working relationship with The University of Nottingham, having spent a number of years as a member of staff in the University’s central Communications & Marketing Department, creating audio and video content and establishing and developing a University presence in YouTube and iTunesU, as well as Facebook and Twitter. Andrew’s background as a radio journalist and skills in interviewing and content development were invaluable and many of his initiatives such as Politics in 60 Seconds and the Election 2010 blog have received widespread acclaim and awards. Since going freelance early in 2012, Andrew has continued to work for the University on a number of initiatives and projects, and his work remains consistently excellent, which is unsurprising considering his diligence and all-round attention to detail.
Digital Engagement Manager, Faculty of Registrars, University of Nottingham