Let’s Talk Video Production

Let’s talk video production…
and let’s make it easy.

You know that video is a fantastic opportunity for your business and now you want to make it happen. So where do you start? And how do you make sure your project gets done without losing momentum?

Let’s Talk Video Production is a video and podcast production company operating in Brighton, Sussex, the South and beyond. We create online video and audio content for businesses and offer training and support so you can produce your own content.

We will work with you to understand your offering and communicate it effectively to your audience. And have some fun along the way!

We can support you at every stage. From strategy, planning and script writing;  recording on the day with crew management, coaching and direction; right through to editing and upload, hosting and promotion advice and best practice video SEO.

If you want to find out more get in touch and let’s talk…

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Rebecca Hughes Marketing Manager Quartet

“Let’s Talk Video Production came to our offices to film a corporate video and were very friendly and professional. Laura was really good at putting those being filmed at ease, explaining exactly how everything would work and what they’d be expected to do. As a result we’ve got a great video where the speakers come across as very relaxed and natural – exactly what we were after. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Let’s Talk Video Production – they made the somewhat daunting task of putting together a corporate video really straightforward and hassle-free.”

Rebecca Hughes, Marketing Manager

Omnium Wealth Management

Clare Griffiths University of Brighton BeePurple

“I thoroughly enjoyed your training! It helped my team and I appreciate just how much work goes into video production, and gave us a realistic idea of what we can do – now and in the future – to engage and inform our service users using video.

You broke down all elements of the video production process into comprehensible sections, and I really liked (despite my nerves!) the practical part of the course too”.

Clare Griffiths, Business Development Manager (Entrepreneurship)

BeePurple, University of Brighton