Creating reels for Royalty

The team behind Bath video production agency Jooka are proud to be providing local businesses with production services fit for royalty.

Based at Glove Factory Studios, Jooka has been collaborating with design and brand consultancy Rednine to produce video content for His Royal Highness the Duke of York’s Pitch@Palace enterprise. An initiative designed to give entrepreneurs the chance to get their tech business idea in front of a global audience of influencers.

James Stapleton of Jooka said, “It is a huge privilege to be filming at venues such as Buckingham Palace and St James’s Palace, and to rub shoulders with today’s business elite at these events.”

Increasing demand from companies using video content for marketing on social media and YouTube has seen Jooka open a second office in Bristol this year. Just two years after the company was set up in 2015. They were also recently selected as a finalist in the Creative Bath Awards.

Jooka’s Matt Paish said, “For a young company we’re really proud of how far we’ve come in such a short amount of time and we’re working on some really interesting local projects too.

“Whether the aim is brand engagement, product exposure, explaining how a service works or simply a need for regular rich content, our team can advise you on what will work best. Our goal is to produce films that drive an emotional connection between your brand and its audience.

“Short form video content in particular is really popular at the moment as it’s snappy, engaging and has proven to be really effective for companies using social media.”

Jooka’s in-house services include filming, animation, motion graphics, aerial filming, stop motion and time-lapse.

To find out more visit them online at: and follow them on Twitter: @wearejooka

Pictured above:  Jooka’s Matt and James in action.