Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust – CONNECT Eating Disorder Service
“Working with Geoff, Jay and the gang has been wonderful! They are a bunch of creative, flexible, solution focused individuals who we have found to be accommodating, inspiring and proactive. Their communication is amazing – they always respond promptly to any queries and are on hand to think through any suggestions we have with a friendly, warm and beautifully human approach. Most of all Geoff is exceptionally patient when we can’t quite make up our minds about something! Can’t recommend highly enough.”
Mary Franklin-Smith | FREED Lead for CONNECT Eating Disorder Service | Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
- Pre/post production & planning
- Four videos: three case study videos and a service overview film
- Filming & staffing
- Editing and graphics
- Post handover support & supply of file formats
We worked with Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust to produce four videos for their CONNECT Eating Disorder Service. This included two videos focusing on people who had used the service, one video of a family member of someone who had used the service as well as one overall service video.
The client wanted a personal feel to the videos. To do this, interviews were conducted using a three camera set-up to give a range of angles and a wide range of handheld shots were incorporated in to the final products.
The videos needed to be suitable for use on the CONNECT website as well as on social media, with particular emphasis on the videos being released during Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
Video journalist, Paige Collier (@PaigeFCollier) was a key part of the Deadline Digital team working on this project:
“Mary and Rhys were brilliant to work with throughout the whole process. They were open to our ideas of how to give the videos a personal feel and I think it really pays off in the final results. It was also really humbling to meet Anna, Abbie and Nicola. Their bravery in sharing their stories makes these videos really powerful and hopefully will encourage others to seek help.”