Picture Book Films is proud to be an ethical video production company.
Our team are working with the Institute of Business Ethics to constantly evolve and improve our approach and outlook.
What does being "ethical" mean?
Firstly we have a written code of ethics which guides our approach to business and helps inform the decisions we make as a company and team.
We also support local and national UK charities and causes, providing our team and expertise for free or at a greatly reduced cost. Currently we are working with Chestnut Tree House, the RNLI, Music and Memory, Plastic Free Pledge and Rise.
Our director James is also a volunteer crew member on the Newhaven Lifeboat and we support the RNLI by providing filming and promotional video edits free of charge. Our most recent video for the RNLI was one of their most watched ever on social media.
Read more about our charity work in this blogpost.
Ethical also means being considerate to the environment. We run a virtually paperless office and limit our impact on the environment by recycling and reusing. We encourage team members to car share and use alternative means of travel if possible.
We also buy Green wherever possible. This means buying sustainable products and looking at how long they will last and what they are made from, rather than just buying based on price.
Finally being Ethical means that we are open and honest when working with you, our clients. We are proud of our reputation for fair pricing and outstanding video content.