Megaphone Creative is a DIGITAL AGENCY 

AND CREATIVe production studio

THAT helps organisations, brands and charities

to engage audiences and inspire action

in order to create positive change in the world.


We create and tell beautiful and compelling stories through film, photography, podcasts and animation.

We help organisations, brands and charities to communicate their vision, connect to existing and new audiences, and engage people to take action.

Together, we identify the core needs of each project, deliver inspiring and engaging visual content, before maximising digital outreach and social impact.

Our mission is to use storytelling to create positive change in the world around us and this informs everything we do – from who we work with, how we work and who we hire.

To help you maximise your social impact we can work with you at any or all of the following stages

Stage 1

Build the soapbox

Bringing everyone together to develop ideas, discuss aims and find the right medium for the project, whether that be film, photography, podcast, animation or more.


Stage 2

Megaphone in hand

The really fun part – the creating, the making, the doing. Working together, drawing on the right talent and experience and telling engaging & powerful stories.

Stage 3

Assemble the audience

The final piece of the puzzle – working out how and where to reach new & existing audiences in order to create maximum impact.

Our impact and the people we’ve worked with

Maximising social impact is at the heart of every project we take on and we have worked with brands, charities and broadcasters to help them reach as many people as possible. We have created fundraising campaigns that have raised hundreds of thousands of pounds and contributed to a video for a charity which went viral with 64 million views. 

We asked Megaphone Creative to create a short film to communicate the work of The Cure Parkinson’s Trust and show the realities of living with Parkinson’s.

Ben was fantastic to work with. Not only did he produce a beautiful film that challenged many of the stereotypes that audiences often have about Parkinson’s, he also showed sensitivity and empathy when working with the participants of the film, all of whom have Parkinson’s. Ben went over and above to make the whole process as undemanding as possible for everyone involved without compromising the quality of the final product.

The film has been incredibly helpful to us as a fundraising tool and has been shown at many of our events and presentations.

Caroline Morrow, Head of Marketing, The Cure Parkinson’s Trust

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