make. change. through the media we create.
Cut2 Media is a multifaceted media production company based in Bristol and operating internationally. Our core products are Video Production, Photography and Animation / Visuals. Over the years we have worked with companies of all shapes and sizes, from filming promos for NGO’s in Kenya to animating products for small charity start ups here in Bristol, we always aim to work with ethical companies and charities to make a change through the media we create. We love nothing more than taking on new exciting projects and helping clients realise their vision.
The Bread & Butter Thing
When we approached Joe about animating one of our key communications tools, he immediately grasped what we needed and made the whole process simple, smooth and efficient. The end result was exactly what we were looking for.
Animation for food charity
Joe at Cut2 Media has been an invaluable help and support with developing our promotion for my yoga business. He takes the time to fully understand my needs and the best approach for me, rather than a one size fits all approach. With a fast turn around and attention to detail, I cannot recommend Cut2 Media enough. An honest and reliable company who offer a great service.
Promotion For Yoga Company
If you’re looking for powerful video and a great experience working with a videographer, Joe is the best! He created a wealth of video content making it easily accessible to our entire organisation to share with PR agencies and has since been used by Yahoo, 60 second docs, Bright Vibes and more!
Promotional Videos for Kenyan Impact Company
We’re very grateful to Joe at Cut2 Media for creating, from scratch, a fantastic animation, to be placed front and centre on the OTR Bristol website. Joe worked creatively and sensitively to produce a superb, age-appropriate and engaging video explaining to young people how to use OTR‘s website and access vital mental health info and support. Joe was a pleasure to work with and the end product is above and beyond what we could’ve hoped for