… so do many others it turns out!
When I started creating short videos to try and prove to small local businesses that they are far more engaging than stills on social media and
can drive interest in the company, I didn’t expect such a quick take up! (saying that, if you haven’t been in touch yet please do drop me a line!)
So far, I’ve had one of the most exciting meetings I’ve ever had in my career with a local venue that is absolutely incredible, so my fingers are
very firmly crossed for that.
I’ve also been asked to help the Suffolk charity ‘The Alde and Ore Estuary Trust’, which is committed to raising vital funds needed for maintaining
the estuary defence walls. Their current campaign, ‘Save our Suffolk Estuary’ is a £5m public fundraising appeal to unlock matching funds, and I
really feel I can help.
By creating stunning short videos for the towns and villages along the rivers Alde and Ore, I plan to help raise awareness of the natural beauty
of these areas, in turn helping to prevent future flooding like that experienced by Snape villagers in 2013.
I love the Suffolk landscape, and want to give something back to the beautiful place my family and I live in. Without significant investment in
maintaining the estuary walls, this landscape will soon not be able to
withstand tidal surges, and therefore it is crucial to raise peoples’ awareness of this. I am excited to be able to help local businesses achieve their
goals too, and this leap has definitely lead me to new
connections, new business and new ventures! Speaking of which, I received some coverage for the EADT online and would love you to head
over and check it out!
Orfordness – On the Suffolk Coast. Photo by Tony Pick