Media Communications

The media is everywhere these days: on our phones, TV screens, tablets. So it’s understandable everyone thinks they need to be producing more of it to stand out. We can help you move towards effective, consistent communications across multiple media channels and different formats. By taking a planned, systematic approach you will build your efficiency savings in at the outset and stay proactive. When the alternative – unplanned, reactive, inconsistent and ineffective – is so bad you wouldn’t choose it, would you?

Creating Storyboards

From the overall conception to framing episodes and scenes, storyboards are super visualisations of your story elements. This is a fun but necessary element of the planning process for any creative project.

Writing Scripts, Speeches and Presentations

We are copywriters and script-writing is often a part of the job. Scripts don’t have to be long and detailed. They can be rough notes for presentations or meetings, or concept development. We don’t do drama scripts but, most often, scripts involve skilled work to create speeches and presentations together with TV and radio programmes such as documentaries. We script interviews and even selfie-videos for vloggers. With a script it’s much easier to create notes, handouts and subtitles for videos that aid SEO and support for viewers with disabilities.

TV and Videography

From our experience working with TV and video since 2002 we know a few things about what works, including the different technical formats, animation, green screen, camera and sound equipment, storylines, delivery and positioning. We’re happy to work with businesses and individuals to create great TV and video work as part of your overall strategic communications plan.

For Audio, Radio and Podcasts see here

To listen to Mark interviewed in Arabic see here

Media Experience

Mark has been a presenter and speaker since the 1990s and learned early about the importance of planning your communications in advance. Mark has continued his regular speaking work expanding into radio, video and podcasts with TV along the way. These include his first documentary (Cairo to the Coast) in 2004, episodes of Making History (2009), numerous interviews and radio work including being co-host of a business radio show (2018). He also speaks Arabic and French and has given interviews in both.

Cairo to the Coast

From Cairo to the Coast documentary 2004

Business Radio

Mark Goldfinch with host Amanda Flanders

Making History #15

Short Explainer