This is what we love the most about what we do. Capturing images and telling stories. Everyone needs to be able to escape reality once in a while and film is the best way to take that journey.
We love to create motion graphics. Immerse yourselves in a graphical world and let the motion take you on a ride.
Be they in the form of a photo or painted piece, they have the ability to send a powerful message.
We are a team of like minded people who love to get creative and help be a part of a wonderful journey that is filled with happiness, laughter and beautiful imagery.
If you need your next project to be much more fun than the last, then get in touch.
If you don't want laughter, we can try our best...but we wont make any promises.
Everything you can imagine is real.
Imagination is more important than knowledge.
There is no unique picture of reality.
Project: Broadcast & Video Expo 2016.
14 Second challenge.
Description: The BVE show sent out a little challenge asking people to post a video on Instagram. It had to be 14 seconds long and it was open to all ideas and genres. We had a spare afternoon so thought it would be fun to throw something into the mix.
"HOSTAGE" is what we came up with.
Project: Teaser video for new project bike.
Description: Exactly13 were tasked with raising awareness of a new bike project called 'project napier'.
OORacing were in the process of building a turbo charged monkey bike, something that had not been done before, and they wanted their customers to know it was more than a myth even though the bike was not completely finished.
Project: Creation of promo video to help explain what OMC is all about.
Description: Exactly13 were approached by OMC to help raise awareness of the business via a promotional video.
Exactly13 supplied a full turn key service from initial meetings with OMC through to a final edited video.
Project: Press pack for project napier
Description: After the release of the teaser video created by Exactly13 we were asked back to do a photo shoot of the bike. The success of the video meant OORacing were getting multiple requests from around the world for photos and a story.