High-quality visuals and a professional image help build trust and will often influence whether people commit to your brand. Dated or low-quality photography may be giving your audience completely the wrong impression.

We can create high quality imagery for interiors and architecture, events, travel, lifestyle and food.


Over the last few years, the ability to communicate using video has grown rapidly through the Internet. Businesses of all sizes use video to convey information and tell a story quickly and with emotion.

In a world of increasingly tough competition, an online video is perhaps the best way to make your business stand out from the crowd. By carefully combining video with photographs, dialogue, music, title sequences, sophisticated motion graphics and visual effects, we are able to create engaging videos to promote your business.

Whether you wish to showcase a product or service, publicise upcoming events or simply to add a higher level of credibility and professionalism, online video can help you communicate more effectively with your target audience.

The film is great! I love it. So glad we are working with you on this and totally appreciate what you are helping us produce. I will definitely be recommending your services. — Retail Consortium Ltd

Europa Studio’s films have captured our conferences to great effect. The sound quality is always excellent, the editing is smooth and they inject great flair by selecting themes and moments. They have helped with at least ten European Network conferences in the UK and abroad, as well as applying appropriate sensitivity and levity to the presentation of the Good Funeral Awards. The first video we worked on has got over 180,000 views! — Brian Jenner, Event Organiser


A Young Person’s Guide to Speechwriting: a film created for the European Speechwriter Network
ProCopywriters Conference 2017
European Speechwriter Network

Speechwriters on Speechwriting – Oxford 2017

European Speechwriter Network Spring Conference – Oxford 2016

European Speechwriter Network Autumn Conference – Edinburgh 2016

Speechwriter Interview – Neil Hallows, BMA