"We would have no hesitation in recommending Reverb to others."

"We would have no hesitation in recommending Reverb to others."

Ormiston Victory Academy approached us to create a video that documented their Year 10 class’ National Football final. Win or lose, they wanted a time-capsule to commemorate the day, and the success it was to have made it that far alone.

They traveled to The Hawthorns, home of West Bromwich Albion, where they prepared to face The English Martyrs School’s team.

They wanted to have a memento the students could have as a keepsake of their efforts, regardless of the result.

Ormiston Victory and Reverb.

What We Did.

We traveled alongside the team and their teachers who had managed them throughout their cup run. We wanted to capture the entire day, setting off from Norwich, the journey to the Midlands, pre-match training and the match itself, and celebrations or commiserations thereafter.

At Reverb we love our football, so our idea for how to give the players a professional feeling experience was to provide a full set of match highlights, akin to Match of the Day, as part of the full video we produced.

We always look at ways to cater to the audience of the piece. It was important to us that these players felt like professional footballers, camera crew and all.

We created a 9 minute cut of the video to be given to the students, detailing the whole day from getting on the bus to lifting the trophy. We also created a cut for socials that just shows the match and the celebrations.

Ormiston Victory don’t have a ‘media strategy’ per say, but having a social cut helped them spread the word of their success.

The Deliverables.

We contacted Reverb with the idea of creating a video time capsule for a national football championship. From the initial conversation, to the planning process, through to executing the shoot itself, Reverb were professional with their guidance, and creative with the brief we had given them. We would have no hesitation in recommending Reverb to others.

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