5 Years, 1 Month, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 19 Hours, 10 Minutes ago.
SNK Studios win both "Best use of music" and the Grand Prix awards at IVCA Awards 2014!
Working with Studio Giggle for the Crisis charity Christmas e-card campaign, SNK produced the music for a series of e-cards using people whom the charity have encountered within their work.
SNK Studio’s music production took the gold award for ‘Best Use of Music’ – a strong category that included entries from BMW and British Airways.
Giggle Group and SNK Studios were collectively delighted to also receive the Grand Prix award for the evening. Follow this link for all the entries and winners.
The 26th International Visual Communications Association (IVCA) awards described as a ‘celebration of communication creativity and effectiveness’ took place last Friday 28th March at London’s Grosvenor House Hotel.
6 Years, 5 Months, 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 20 Hours, 19 Minutes ago.
Music arrangement & production for corporate fundraising campaign.
This year we had had the pleasure of working with our friends at Knifedge on this year's Crisis Christmas Card, an e-card package that corporations buy to raise money for Crisis.
Eight different Crisis members performed their own renditions of classic Christmas songs, including "White Christmas", "Silent Night" and "I Believe in Father Christmas". Here at SNK we recorded and produced full musical arrangemnets around their fantastic vocal performances, before of the eight Crisis members were then filmed in a Christmassy location performing their song again, allowing Knifedge to create a pop music video for each of them.
SNK director Kayvan Moghaddassi had this to say:
"This project was something I was particularly enthusiastic about working on, as I've been a volunteer at Crisis Christmas for six years now and I've seen first hand how the fantastic work which Crisis does can have such a positive impact on the lives of the individuals it helps. Whilst striving to transform the lives of homeless people and campaigning for change to prevent individuals becoming homeless in the first place, Crisis relys on donors to fund the work they do. I'm looking forward to seeing this campaign reach its fundraising target."
So far, the campaign has raised nearly £500,000 of its target of £600,000.