Pocket Creatives is an independent creative photography and video production company, based in London, specialising in digital content for food and drink, beauty, products, events and crowdfunding.
We work with emerging brands and startups, to established household names and agencies who trust us to deliver.
Graphics and Motion
Voiceover and Music
Models and Actors
Hair and Makeup Artists
Full Project Budgeting
Studio and Location
Props and Styling
Latest Equipment Upgrades
We work with a variety of brands in different ways, depending on the client's needs. We aren't an agency, and we don't offer a one-size-fits all solution - we're about being personalised and tailored. This helps us deliver results, offer great value for money and build long-standing relationships.
In the last year alone, we have become the producer of the monthly food recipe videos for Co-op Food; created the first imagery for numerous new brands taking their first steps into the world; created 3 television adverts for an emerging beauty brand; travelled to the Canary Islands to film for a new coffee farm; supported numerous crowdfunding campaigns with engaging video and photography; heard some amazing stories and have worked with some inspirational people.
With over 15 years of experience in our small team, you're in safe hands. Or maybe that should be 'hand', as we more than likely are holding a camera in one of them!
Who we’re trusted by:
Video production news
We’ve just delivered a seasonal video recipe for food sharing app Olio and Hellmann’s, just in time for National Burger week in the UK. This is another example of our experience in delivering food recipe videos. See it here: Olio
We’ve just hired Ryan Booth as our new videor editor for our London Shoreditch office, with Bryony Porter-Collard shortly behind. Bryony will support all of our production operations. Welcome to the team!
Video production news
This past week has seen our video team complete production of two new projects in our regular Meet The Producer series for Co-op, travelling to Lincolnshire to meet a potato grower, and further still to Scotland to see how blueberries are grown. Here’s another in the series: MTP Tomatoes