If you want to use video as part of your marketing campaigns but don’t know where to start, then you’ve come to the right place.  

I have over ten years experience working with brands – both large and small – helping them tell their stories and capture new audiences.  I specialise in creating cinematic films that will showcase your brand and help you stand out from the crowd.

Working with John Scotland on TEDxLiverpool was an absolute dream. He is hugely professional but also personable. Most importantly, he really cares about the video content he produces.
— Herb Kim – Founder & CEO of Thinking Digital Limited
John’s work encapsulates a highly creative and professional approach, method
and delivery of first class material and ideas.
— Stuart Almond - SONY Professional Solutions Europe

I work with businesses, entrepreneurs, charities, arts organisation, sports clubs, universities, authors, designers and anyone with a story to tell! Clients have ranged from Liverpool Football Club to Liverpool University and the Liverpool Philharmonic. I’ve worked with the BBC, TEDX, Manchester International Festival, the NHS and the Prince’s Trust. And interviewed everyone from politicians to musicians and top models.

Online video is the Swiss army knife of internet marketing
— Mark Robertson REELSEO

With the explosion of video on social media, not everyone can afford to have their own videographer on standby. That is why I now also offer training packages to help individuals and organisations make their own films using the basic tools that most people already carry in their pockets. I have run iPhone filmmaking courses for Universities, Local Authorities, PRs and small businesses so people can make video whenever and wherever they want. I can teach you how to create video campaigns that will help you grow your reach and engage new customers.

My new online course is launching later this year so if you’re interested in being kept informed click here

Talk is free so if you want to chat about your video needs you can contact me here