Creative Video Production
for Stamford Clients
Eldraw Creative Media boasts a small team of professional, on trend videographers, with years of video production experience - focused in the business & corporate sector. For Stamford, Lincolnshire clients we help promote services, businesses and events via targeted, engaging video content. Let's take your business marketing to new heights!
We're so lucky to base our office with the Great Casterton Business Park, Stamford. The stunning town of Stamford has always been a thriving town with tonnes of history. With so many local independent businesses, we've been lucky enough to work on both small and large video marketing campaigns. Stamford not only has a huge variety of local shops, Cafes and Beauty Salons, but also boasts a wider variety of corporate businesses within Stamford's many hidden industrial estates. With so many years experience in the video production sector, Eldraw have a vast portfolio which spans almost every sector imaginable. With the growing demand for online video content, we're able to offer shorter, more affordable regular social media content videos, as well as the more traditional company video for use on websites and other digital media. Our team is small but talented, and is lead by Director Chris Wardle who has lived in Stamford for many years, and even studied Media at Stamford College before heading to University to complete his Video Production qualifications. With a passion for digital marketing as a whole, our team can help craft powerful video ideas from the ground up, and can help integrate video into wider thought-out marketing plans. If you're a local business, we'd love to discuss how we can take your marketing to the next level - with professional video production in Stamford.
Don't forget - We don't just offer videography services. We can offer complimenting Photography / Photo Content, Aerial Drone video including FPV, as well as bespoke 2D or 3D Motion Graphics Animation, Animated Explainer Videos & Podcasts.
Tell us about your ideas and let's make mov(i)es...