The above showreel is comprised of a montage of footage that we have produced for various clients over the past few years. All recorded either on location or at our production studio on the Isle of Wight, which includes green screen facilities and video editing suite.


The music soundtrack that accompanies the showreel above was written and recorded at our audio recording studio on the Isle of Wight. All instruments on the soundtrack were played by the Skinny Mammoth team, with the music  written and produced specifically for this showreel.

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DIF: The magic of materials and making with Zoe Laughlin
Disruptive Innovation Festival - DIF

DIF: The magic of materials and making with Zoe Laughlin

What's the lightest light material, the strongest strong, or the fluffiest fluffy? Zoe Laughlin joined the DIF Studio to talk about those questions and more in an energetic conversation, which included created transparent concrete from scratch and the use of a blow torch. More importantly, Zoe aimed to inspire renewed fascination from a larger spectrum of the population in the magic of materials and making. Thank you for watching this video. The DIF is an online platform, which aims to shift mindsets and inspire action towards a circular economy. It invites people to share disruptive ideas and stories on a number of topics and attracts a worldwide audience, sparking critical conversations and participation through a combination of live interviews, films, and podcasts. — This video is translated thanks to Andrea Pilenso Siqueira, Laura Franco Henao and Ornella Quinteros. Want to help as well, in making this content more broadly available? We have teamed up with Amara, a volunteer platform that makes translating and reviewing DIF content super simple - help us to Translate the DIF via — Find out more about our work here: — ► Subscribe to our channel here: — We love your comments and feedback, so please share here. Don't forget that if you do like our videos, you can click the "like" button as well as sharing with your colleagues and friends. — The DIF is curated and published by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, a UK based charity, which was launched in 2010 to accelerate the transition to a circular economy by world record breaking sailor Ellen MacArthur. Since its creation the charity has emerged as a global thought leader, establishing the circular economy on the agenda of decision makers across business, government and academia. With the support of its Core Philanthropic Partners SUN, MAVA and People's Postcode Lottery and Knowledge Partners Arup, IDEO, McKinsey & Company and SYSTEMIQ. — Follow us online on these channels: Instagram: Facebook: LinkedIn: Website: Twitter: