Testimonials

 
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"Assume Nothing Media produced a video of an event International Crisis Group hosted in Bogotá recently and we were delighted with their work. Collaborating with a videographer who has a strong understanding of the messaging and representational issues involved in high-level policy work makes the whole process so much easier - indeed their combination of substantive understanding, technical production skills and easy-going professionalism is rare. I can’t recommend them highly enough!"

Ivan Briscoe, Program Director, Latin America and Caribbean, International Crisis Group


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“Luke and the ANM team came on board to help visibilize our work in Colombia by producing a series of videos about a recent Irish parliamentary delegation we brought to the country. I must say, Luke went above and beyond during the trip, helping out with translation and other logistics whilst also doing a fantastic job of documenting everything. It’s not easy to find videographers who have both the know-how and the right attitude for work in challenging environments, and I would have no hesitation in recommending him and his team to any other NGO, or anyone else for that matter.”

Sorley McCaughey, Head of Policy, Christian Aid Ireland


“I cannot recommend ANM and Luke Holland highly enough. He brought our idea to life, brilliantly. We needed the dry, but critical issue of global corporate tax evasion brought to light in a light-hearted way. And he did it. We now have the perfect, shareable very funny video to get the message out! Luke is a highly skilled and knowledgeable filmmaker and is also an absolute pleasure to work with. He is an excellent team member, having worked seamlessly with me as a writer, and the Tax Justice Network as we were co-produced this short video. He took the time to understand the content, message and tone we wanted and then turned it into something terrific. He is patient and always responded quickly to any questions. My only regret is I that I don't have another project at the moment to ask him to do!"

Sara Pascoe, Author