There are so many talented people involved with Digbeth Arts Market and the range of skills and expertise is a joy to see. For our launch night at the Zellig building in Digbeth we needed an ace creative media team to film the evening and capture the glorious art, guests and brilliant atmosphere as Digbeth Arts Market celebrated it's first ever exhibition. Step forward and take a bow Ryan Cox and Stacey Bird of Tiny Fire Media.
You can see the absolutely brilliant results on our homepage. The dynamic duo behind Tiny Fire Media have combined fantastic camera work with super-skilled editing to give us 1 minute and 53 seconds of sheer artistic excellence.
Established in 2015, Tiny Fire Media was created by Ryan Cox and Stacey Bird as a joint name for them to create videos together. Since then they have produced many videos, complete with graphical and animation work, with a focus on small and independent businesses at the heart of any project they take on. If you are familiar with Digbeth Arts Market you will know that Fox Soup use Tiny Fire Media for some fantastic promos.
They love to work with those who are enthusiastic about their selected areas, so whatever you do, if it gets a smile on your face, then they’ll most likely love to work with you to promote it. Tiny Fire were able to catch the joy and enthusiasm of the 34 artists involved on the night as they whizzed around with their cameras to capture key moments.
It’s really a labour of love for them, as they carry out shoots between full time work commitments, but it’s a huge part of their lives, and it’s something they’re incredibly passionate about, so they wouldn’t have it any other way. We cannot praise them enough so add some personality to your business with ace Tiny Fire Media video, animation and graphic design.
Head to Tiny Fire Media's website now for more information: http://tinyfiremedia.co.uk/