Does your video content work as hard as you?
There’s a reason why Longleat, Bristol Zoo and the UK’s National Parks trust us for video production. From TV advertising campaigns to digital learning and immersive video experiences, we know how to make videos that drive bookings, increase visitor numbers and build loyalty with your customers.
Social media videos
Promotional tourism videos
Digital learning videos
Immersive viewing experiences
Bristol Zoo's Wild Place Project
Immersive video installation
As our 2019 charity partner, Wild Place Project had exciting plans to re-introduce bears, lynxes and wolverines to ancient woodlands at the site. Skylark created an immersive ‘time capsule’ video on-site, together with an ITV advert. The time capsule video sets the scene for visitors as they enter Bear Wood.
MoveGB's Do Your Thing
Encouraging the public to get active using new app
Founded in Bristol, MoveGB is now the UK's largest range of activities under one membership with more than 250,000 users. Skylark created a promotional video alongside a series of 12 x 6 second social snippets for their Facebook audience, using real app users in multiple activity settings.
Exmoor National Park
TV ad campaign celebrating dark skies, wildlife and history
Exmoor's TV ads highlighted the natural wonders of the park and also the many activities on offer from sailing to high ropes. The televised ads sponsored ITV's Emmerdale and Channel 4's Come Dine With Me series, reaching an audience of 60 million. An accessibility video, in partnership with Visit Britain, was created for YouTube with viewings estimated to reach 6 million. Separately, an Airwick TV ad featuring Skylark's footage of the park sold 2.8 million units.
Ad campaign to introduce the public to England's only koalas
Responding to Longleat's brief, Skylark created two ads to drum up excitement about the arrival of koala bears to the park. The ads were the first of their kind for the park - focusing on visitors' astonished first-time reactions to the loveable marsupials. Both Easter and Summer ads appeared on TV, online, OOH and cinema. In total 7.5 million impressions were generated across addressable TV and online, fuelling a 9% increase in footfall.