ProMo-Cymru has the knowledge, skills and facilities to produce a wide variety of media products and formats, from animation (claymation) to short movies, professional photographs, adverts, and podcasts.
We have a great deal of experience in creating multimedia content. Many of our staff have backgrounds in photography, filmmaking, TV directing, radio broadcasting and music production. Our organisation has professional equipment to use and hire, such as SLR cameras, portable lights, HD cameras, booms, microphones, as well as a portable photography set, editing suite, green screen and a recording studio.
An image can tell thousand words. Being a creative organisation, we strive to create beautiful, high quality media whatever the subject. Our ethos is to communicate with you throughout the process to ensure you are satisfied with the product. Our expertise in this area will allow us to recommend, suggest and discuss the project with you, so that what is captured is of uppermost value.
We have extensive experience of supporting young people and professionals in the cultural industry, including working with them to create videos about their organisations. Video presents opportunities to share messages in a more personal and engaging way than traditional communications.
We can help you to maximise your resources and create adverts that show your services. They are highly shareable around the internet and can have a much higher impact.
We are highly proficient in using professional photography equipment and software such as Adobe Creative Suite, and are able to retouch any photographs as desired or include any logos or watermarks.
The Valleys Inclusion Project is a project funded by Caerphilly Supporting People and Caerphilly Homes to tackle the causes of anti-social behaviour and to help prevent the households who are allegedly causing anti-social behaviour from losing their homes through eviction.
‘See For Yourself’ is a series of events to showcase some of the UK’s most interesting, exciting and innovative community-led housing schemes. The project is a partnership between Locality, BSHF, DTA Wales and DTA Scotland.
“We felt they understood the work of the charity sector and would be able to capture the essence of what we do in a way that others would not have been able to. Promo-Cymru achieved our objective and took it beyond our expectations”
Wayne Lee, Shelter Cymru