This week is World Autism Awareness Week, meaning there’s a whirlwind of activities taking place involving the National Autistic Society. With so much going on, the NAS needed a video production company to help chronicle it all – and who should it turn to but Spectrecom Films.

World Autism Awareness Week 2015 is all about getting schools, universities, businesses and the general public involved with some of the different events organised by the NAS. The aim is to raise money and awareness.

Certainly one of the most eye-catching dates in the World Autism Awareness Week calendar is ‘Onesie Wednesday’. Very much what it sounds like, it involves you wearing your onesie wherever you might be today – whether that’s school or work.

As part of a new video production project centred on World Autism Awareness Week, Spectrecom is today filming some of the Onesie Wednesday fun at Sybil Elgar School in Middlesex.

Steve Milton is directing and Dan Miles is the man behind the camera. But as you can see from the photo, Dan has thus far declined to swap the traditional cameraman’s fleece for a onesie of his very own.

To see more of what’s going on today around the UK, check out the hash tag #onesiewednesday.

Spectrecom Films is a London video production company that works extensively with UK charities, agencies, universities and finance firms to craft award-winning content.

To see more of our charity work, take a look at our Charities page. And if you’d like to speak to us about a video project, get in touch with our Client Services Director Christiaan Harden on 0203 405 2274 or email christiaan.harden@spectrecom.co.uk

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