Newly Launched Production Company is Offering Free Video Services to Sustainable Businesses

One of Future Leap’s newest network members is launching their services on Thursday 16th February.

Homeward Films Ltd is a newly formed video production company, founded by four broadcast and commercial video professionals with over 12 years of industry experience between them. Some of their past clients include LYTE Electric Bikes, Röchling Industrial, South Gloucestershire Show and Basement 45.

Currently, they are producing their first television program with Martin Roberts, Oops I Bought a Pub! But they want to focus their new business on enabling sustainable businesses to tell their story and reach more customers through video. This is why to launch their new business they are offering three sustainable companies a completely free 1-3 minute video.

Jake Mason, is a video editor for SNWS, the largest press agency in the UK, he’s also a freelance director and producer. Jake was the driving force behind serval promotional videos and short dramas with Cine Ultra, a Bristol-based start-up which he says has morphed into Homeward Films. Jake has recently worked as a producer on ‘Suzie’ a short drama about parental divorce produced by Academy Award winning, Slick Films.

Charlie Derham is a videographer and commercially licensed drone pilot, having attended Screenology with Jake, Charlie has been filming and editing TV property expert Martin Roberts’ YouTube channel for the past four years.

Nathaneal Marklew is a multi-disciplined artist and photography postgraduate, recently publishing a photo book based on Sixties Scoop Survivor, Dark Cloud. Being a long-time collaborator of Jake and Charlie he was a crucial part of the photography for the LYTE electric bikes campaign.

Tobi Wozniak is a videographer for What’s in Herefordshire, a marketing agency which is expanding into Bristol later this year. He’s worked in children’s television as an assistant camera operator. He joined the Homeward partners after meeting Jake on a television Commercial for Truespeed Ultrafast Broadband in 2022.

To enquire about how your business could receive a free video, please email

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