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“I have found RAW to be a dynamic and innovative team always able to think outside the box. They have filmed many of our artists at Chrysalis Music. Their after sales service has always been fantastic and product delivery has always been on time”

Ben Bodie
Head of A&R – Chrysalis Music

Public Sector

Communication methods in this sector frequently use high impact and accessible visual aids such as motion graphics and animation to convey important and often complex messages.

During recent years we have successfully worked with police forces, local government, healthcare professionals, schools, welfare organisations and The Ministry of Defence to produce videos covering areas such as events, training, marketing, education and welfare.

Our experience helps us to benefit you as our work methodology incorporates corporate social responsibility, green schemes, sustainability, diversity and responsible procurement. Our team enjoy working closely with all of your staff and internal/external teams to develop your product and message. We’re also experienced at working with sensitive issues and situations.

Our clients often describe us as ‘their unofficial video department’ as we strive to form and develop close, long-lasting relationships with our customers. RAW are always at the end of the phone for advice and can deliver great results cost effectively.

NHS Dewsbury - Nursing and Patient Care Demonstration Video

RAW’s products and services include:

  • Training and Information Videos
  • Schools, NHS and MoD Experience
  • Video for web or DVD
  • Multi-camera Live Event Production
  • Live Web Streaming

We’d love to hear from you and discuss how we can help you add reach and value to your next production. Click here to read more about working with us.


Client: North Kesteven County Council

Brief: This groundbreaking Lincolnshire-based youth training and environmental programme run by North Kesteven County Council and training partners, Watch North Kesteven, require a film to show the benefits of this joint venture.

Highlighting the impacts of this scheme that utilises youth truancy and employment training for the local environment, make a short documentary for the local community, stakeholders and nationwide local authorities to showcase the success and merits of the programme.

Solution: International award winning documentary maker and author Dr. Nick Rosen (Twin-towers – Sacred Ground and Off-Grid) was chosen as director for this production. Bringing his environmental expertise was key to showing the countless benefits offered by the scheme.

Early consultations with the local council, training partners, stakeholders and participants helped plan the structure of the initial framework for the documentary: a mix of interview and fly-on-the-wall footage showing the programme at work

Outcome: Stakeholders in the venture were kept up-to-date of the latest developments for the scheme and it was widely received with positive national coverage.

The documentary helped to explore the possibilities of expanding and rolling out the programme in other districts, while securing further funding for the venture from both the private and public sectors.