After 8 years designing and delivering multimedia in the Heritage Interpretation industry, 20 years in audio production and 3 years as editor in chief of a charity magazine Tim Roberts has now set up Fatcalf Media.
Fatcalf is all about bringing bespoke design to small businesses, bands, organisations, charities and individuals at an unprecedented price point.
Do you value how your customers perceive you business?
Fatcalf can really help you....
Fatcalf also delivers stunning, high quality voiceovers, sound effects and other audio and video editing to both the heritage interpretation industry and large corporates. Through our ever growing roster of actors and communicators, finding the right voice for your script has never been easier. Utilising some of the best hardware and software available, Fatcalf is your one stop shop for immersive and engaging voiceovers for audio points, video, mobile interpretation, training materials, websites and even iPhone apps.
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|Address||26 Drake Gardens|
|Phone Number||078 5514 6770|
Tim at Fatcalf is always polite, organised and has lots of wonderful creative ideas to work with. He is a can do kind of guy!
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We cover all disciplines from creating interview based films, brand messaging, story-telling short films, kickstarter and crowdfunding ‘explainer' films, charity sponsorship videos, event coverage and promotions. We also work in tight collaboration with clients, PR agencies, research and marketing experts to produce the right video content to tell your story, share your message and support an integrated marketing campaign. The heart behind Fatcalf is to create persuasive and captivating video and film content by employing our abilities in high quality film production.
Imagine if you saw the oak leaf logo for The National Trust for the first time on a blank piece of paper; what would it ‘mean' to you? Is it just a nicely drawn picture of an oak leaf? Perhaps you might even think it's something to do with a tree surgery business? Chances are, if you are seeing it for the first time it won't have a ‘meaning'. The truth of course is that the National Trust logo embodies lots of feelings, emotions, memories, loving care for built, natural and social heritage.