Take One Productions is a corporate video production company committed to providing outstanding customer service by delivering the best possible value through the highest level of quality. Combined with a personal and carefully tailored service, we aim to exceed all customer expectations wherever possible.
Our goal is to consistently provide innovative, high quality and creative solutions. We actively research and apply new technologies in order to achieve this goal.
Our cameramen are members of the Guild of Television Cameramen and we ensure that all our staff members, both full-time and freelance, have the necessary qualifications, experience, and commitment to deliver our products and services to the required level. We use the most appropriate technology available and have formalised procedures in place.
Our team will work with you to identify, develop and implement the best possible solution to your communication needs, applying stringent quality control procedures at every point in the production process.
Unlike many video production companies, we own, service and maintain all of our production equipment and facilities, avoiding the need to use often unreliable or abused hire equipment; just another of our quality assurance guarantees.
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As well as our full time creative team we engage freelance video editors, camera operators, photographers, designers, creative producers, script writers, researchers and directors who provide specialist input on client projects.
Nick Webber is the founder of Take One Productions. His career is steeped in the video production and multimedia industry.
Founding Take One Productions in 1996 seemed the next logical step: ‘I had trained and worked for many years in the video industry – I enjoyed it and could see the potential back then to develop bigger and better things. I still love every project we’re involved in – it’s a great industry.’
Nick’s Role at Take One Productions
Nick is not one of those managing directors who likes to climb to the top and stay there looking down on what is happening. He oversees all the production work at Take One and assumes a project manager role on larger complex projects. This takes him out on location, behind the cameras and directing: ‘I still get involved at every stage of a programme’s development.’
Steve is a member of the Guild of Television Cameramen and has a BA (Hons) in Media Production, with over 20 years television and corporate production experience.
Steve’s Role at Take One Productions
Since joining Take One Productions, Steve has helped develop and continues to manage all aspects of our production service, utilising his skills as an experienced broadcast cameraman and producer.
Whilst at Take One Productions he has produced programmes for L’Oréal, Bodyshop, the Department for Education, the Department for International Development, G4S, Cisco Systems, Autodesk, NHS, Interserve, GVA, the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising, RSPCA, The National Trust, Care Quality Commission, the Royal College of Anaesthetists and many more.
At Take One Productions, we are aware that there are some inevitable impacts that our work will have on the environment such as our necessary travelling and our premises electricity consumption. However, we seek to do all we can to minimise such impacts.
The following policy outlines how we are reducing our environmental impact, as well as preventing pollution and complying with legislation. These contribute to our management plans and improve employee retention, client satisfaction and financial stability. We audit our performance and set targets for continuous improvement.
At Take One Productions (UK) Ltd we aim to do what we can to walk the walk when it comes to responsible living. As part of our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) we have set up an educational sustainable living initiative called
Our team members participate in voluntary activities and work with the people in the local community. We help to raise awareness of causes that are close to our hearts and to support institutions that are doing great work to build a more sustainable world. Giving back and building community relationships helps us to stay true to our company values and to promote projects involving local initiatives as well as schools, charities and schemes that benefit the environment. Our team members also reap the benefits – they are proud to support important causes, they develop their own skills and experiences, and they have a lot of fun.
In 2012 we won the Going Green Award at the Business Matters Awards and Highly Commended at the Southern Business Awards,
We are proud to announce we have retained our Going Green Business Matters Award in 2013 too!