“The team at Spectrecom offered interesting and varied options to create two films for British Marine to promote careers in the marine industry. From initial contact right through to the filming, editing and final delivery, Spectrecom was a professional and enjoyable company to work with. They delivered two films that answered our initial brief, catering for teens and young adults in very engaging ways. I have been very pleased with the final films.”
“Working with Spectrecom has been a seamless process. From our first meeting to delivery of the final videos, they have been resourceful, professional and hugely accommodating. The films delivered are of a standard we had only dared hope for; the needs of both academic and marketing staff were met at every turn. In addition to this, the team is so good natured that they bring a real sense of fun to the process – we will miss working with them!”Louise Ripley-Duggan
“Thanks for everything… you’ve made my job a million times easier!”Caprice Hoeveler
“Thanks so much for making this happen and for making it such an enjoyable project to work on.”Nina Flowers
“Spectrecom are highly creative and so helpful. They re-edited a film for us at very short notice which has helped save some of our budget, and as a charity that is extremely important. They are a company that puts their clients needs first! Highly recommended.”
“The team at Spectrecom really understood SOAS and what we were looking for in this piece. The film successfully introduces our fundraising campaign and succinctly portrays the way we look at the world. We are very pleased with the outcome.”Matthew Gorman
“We were looking for a production company that matched our ambitions, and Spectrecom were more than up to the challenge.
“Not only was it a significant undertaking producing a series of over 25 programme films for the Institute of Education, we wanted a fresh, creative response.
“From pre- to post-production, Spectrecom were logistically prepared, agile, and delivered consistent, high-quality film. We look forward to working with them again in the future.”Jason Llagan