In our Storyboard service you can commission a hand-drawn storyboard that represents a pivotal moment from an imaginary film that fictionalises an experience from your past.
Each page of storyboard costs £500 and you can choose any length from a single page upwards. Please see below information on the process and some client examples.
How does it work?
Case Study 001
Client: Ceri Hand
In this two page Storyboard we created an idea for a film based on a true story from Ceri's childhood where her parents dressed her up in a paper mache petrol pump outfit for a school fancy dress party at the age of 7. We transformed this early experience into source of pride - one that actually inspired her to become a leading environmentalist and climate change activist. More
Case Study 002
Book of Man
Client: Rob Marr
In this single page Storyboard we responded to a narrative created by the musician Rob Marr about his father. Part memory, part complete fiction, it illuminates a moment of truth in his dad's past. We changed some elements to make it feel more filmic and decided to give the movie version of Book of Man a different ending. More
Case Study 003
For this commission we were asked to visualise what might have happened if our client had sent a supportive message to a friend in trouble instead of forgetting to reply. We were requested to create a short film narrative around this scenario and represent a pivotal moment in the film in two pages of storyboard drawings. More
Case Study 004
Client: Connal Orton
In this single page Storyboard we created a courtroom drama based on a contested memory from Connal's past. The anecdote inspired the imaginary WITH TV film Chicken where Connal and his mum work together to reveal the doctored evidence behind a false accusation. More
Case Study 005
Sent to Coventry
Client: Robert Nash
In this two page storyboard commission, the memory expert and cognitive psychologist Robert Nash asked us to fictionalise the evening he met his husband, and to consider how accurate their memories of that evening might be. More