Last year, we were beginning to assemble our camera crew, presenter and participants for our video debut: What WiLL you do. Working alongside a team of creative experts, the project devised a video to bring to life the overarching project offer.
1 year on, Work. Live. Leicestershire's services look somewhat different: " Of course the pandemic has altered how the project is operating. However, our team have worked very hard to provide remote alternatives to all services the video showcases." Communications Officer Sarah Boon noted. "the video continues to provide a lasting legacy of our project; and what makes us truly unique."
The filming and editing process was overseen by Mark Frisby, who knows the WiLL project all too well. As director of Access All Areas an organisation within the project, he was able to visualise key aspects of the project in an engaging way. The video's presenter was Adam Unwin, who shared his insights upon the filming experience:
"Its really great to hear the project is still supporting people during this challenging time. Filming with Mark and WiLL was for a good cause and was fun too."
Director Mark Frisby also shared his reflections of the celebratory milestone:
“Coming from a performance and media background, the WiLL video was a fantastic project for me to get involved with. It provided me with an opportunity to combine my passions for media creation and people support. Producing the video was one of the highlights of the project for me so far. It was a fantastic partnership effort, apparent in the final product. Above all, the video is a legacy product that captures our project aims. The enthusiasm by the partners and participants is clearly visible in the capture. One year on, our message remains the same, help is at hand and our fervour to see people succeed is still core to the project.”Mark Frisby