One of our more unusual and highly enjoyable projects involved arranging the recording of the voice-overs for this historical experience in Chester.

We worked (again) with the amazing Oscar winning (Best documentary 1967) Dick Graham*


We also sourced (and in some cases created) all of the sound effects and Foley. The final part of the job was to get everything burned to EPROM's for use by triggers around the buildings.



Takeaway: Getting people sitting on chairs chosen for their creakiness to all pretend to be rowing so we could record the sound of the wooden boats taking you to Deva...

(Please note, we did not create the web site)

*Dick Graham was the co-narrator of The War Game as well as numerous BBC 2 and Radio 4 credits and voice coaching with the RSC.



Taylor Road School

We built two content managed websites for Taylor Road School. We trained admin staff in the running, updating and backing up of the sites. Taylor Road school is now a self managed web site.

Teens and Toddlers project

tnt350This excellent project was the legacy of Laura Huxley, widow of the writer Aldous Huxley. We developed and ran the site for a few years until they were able to self manage.

Beautiful Pieces

We created this ecommerce website for a South London furniture store. It was Paypal based but was moving to WorldPay shortly before the recession bit too hard 🙁


This was a brilliant project that involved running weekly sessions with Connexion’s young people. They all contributed a section to the online version of the printed ‘Re-Load’ magazine. Notable was the ‘always up to date’ sports feeds within the football and rugby pages.




This was an Elegant themes template based WordPress site that we put together and modified for the owner Greg.
Greg wanted the site to have a text size chooser so we built a custom widget to do it. Excluded do great worthwhile work and Greg can get unbelievably good sounds out of the humblest equipment and ‘make do’ spaces if he has to!


Parental advisory! – Beware of potential bad language issues…