Forestry England Promotional Video
Promotional video is a great way to increase your brand awareness and to increase sales but occasionally these products serve a much wider purpose. Forestry England is responsible for managing and promoting the nation’s forests owned by the Government of the United Kingdom. Our latest promotional video not only worked as a great creative marketing tool to showcase a diverse set of art installations by acclaimed artists, Tom Piper & Lisa Wright, but also as a Legacy video to historically document the installations before they were removed from the heart of Thetford Forest.
Future Forest, developed as part of centenary celebrations in 2019 and featured life-size sculptural figures strategically positioned in forest trails from September 2019 – September 2020. The artists present the figures as custodians of the forest, tasked with protecting it for the benefit of future generations. The promotional video produced by Norwich based Blanc Creative illustrated the vital role that trees and woodlands play in safeguarding the future of our planet, their youthful forms aligning them with the next generation whose role it must be to continue to protect our forests. At Blanc Creative we produce compelling promotional videos that captivate audiences, inspire action and drive results for businesses and brands. Content that your customers will love. This very same content provides our customers with a bespoke creative film for brands, products and services. We have been working commercially for over a decade delivering commercial photography, professional drone footage and compelling promotional videos So what’s the big secret to effective promotional videos? It’s creating content that’s interesting & useful. By creating content that captivates and connects viewers emotionally you can deliver your core messages effectively.
To find out more about each Future Forest art installation, we’ve put together a separate Blog with some great photographs, so why not head over to our Future Forest Photography Page