Creative flexibility

Creative flexibility

Top West End musical voice coach Leotine Hass believes anyone can sing; the larynx, she explains, is just a muscle. And, just like muscles in the body, unless they’re used, they can just stop working. (more…)

How video can drive education recruitment

How video can drive education recruitment

In this age, technology is the number one factor for success for so many sectors and industries. From social media to video production, these are all tactics that are used to create engagement and draw people in. The same applies to schools, people want to see technology being actively used by them, especially now that ICT classes have become more advanced than ever before and children are more comfortable with technology than most of their parents. So here are a few pointers on how you can create an effective video for student recruitment, but also how it can drive people to come visit the education facility and possibly enrol. (more…)

Behind the scenes on the Isle of Arran

Behind the scenes on the Isle of Arran

Tallboy has been commissioned by the Royal College of General Practitioners to make a video encouraging medical students to consider becoming a GP. As part of the video, the team took a trip to the Isle of Arran to meet Dr David Hogg and film his life as one of the UK’s most rural GPs. (more…)

Talking loud and clear – The Interview

Talking loud and clear – The Interview

Interview. It’s one of those words that can send shivers down your spine. In an interview, questions will be asked, and answers are expected. And the fear is if you don’t know the answer, you may come out of the whole experience badly. (more…)

Lies, Damned Lies & The Statistics of Video

Lies, Damned Lies & The Statistics of Video

In a recent poll, over half liked salted caramel ice cream. Therefore less than 50 percent didn’t like it. Or to put it another way, one of the two people asked preferred salted caramel, the other wanted plain vanilla, but given no choice didn’t actually mind.

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