Recent projects

Sheila’s Garden (film)

Set of four films shot in a day and edited in three. ...

Generation Journalists

We recruited a team of wannabe journalists aged from 16 to 65 ...

Co-designing public spaces (Film)

We were commissioned by Landscape Architect Fiona McQuaid, and Groundworks, to create ...

Intergenerational I.T – South Yorkshire Housing Association

We worked with South Yorkshire Housing Association to train 18 young volunteers ...

Promo vid – Sheffield University

We were commissioned to put a short film together to promote the ...

User led film making – Roundabout hostel tour

Residents at Roundabout’s hostel for young people had identified the need for ...

Intergenerational IT project – Neighbours Can Help/RMBC

A collaboration between three social enterprise start ups, us and Neighbours Can ...

Digital outreach – BBC and Rosa Productions

We were approached by a production company working on behalf of the ...

Word on the street

“My opinion of old people has changed as now I know that they hold many good memories and information. I love doing this, it’s the perk and highlight of my week.”

– Young participant on the IT inter-generational project, Maltby

“This project has started to bridge the gap between generations, facilitated the transfer of important skills between residents, and brought the local community and statutory services together.”

– Councillor Doyle, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council

“Since we did the music video, when I walk down our road now and I see one of the lads from the hostel, they now say: Oh Hello Margaret! And it makes living here so much nicer.”

– Margaret, lives in supported accommodation in Sharrow

” The video is ace, it looks really slick and professional, you’ve done a grand job on it. Thanks ever so much for using our song, especially putting it alongside Mr Hawley’s. That’s a great honour.”

– Russ Palmer, donor of track for Roundabout Video

” Whenever I work with Justine, I know she’ll deliver on time, on budget and to a really high standard. But there’s more to life than a safe pair of hands, and the reason I’d go to Justine time and time again is for that little touch of indefinable magic.”

– Director, School for Social Enterpreneurs, Yorkshire

“I had to watch the video, and got lumps in my throat whilst it played, you captured everything so well. It’s absolutely beyond expectation, but you going beyond expectation is to be expected!  It will be a great stimulus for staff and Trustees alike, and will lead us into the changes you recommend in a purposeful way.”

– Dave Burns, Trustee, St Francis Children's Society