Be part of something bigger

The average person sees 6,000-10,000 ads each day.

However much you care, however driven you are, it’s tough to get noticed in today’s media-saturated world. Factor in budget constraints or internal politics, and you’re fighting an uphill battle.

So, how do you get the attention your cause deserves? By harnessing the power of data.

Make film and video content that really works

We founded Megaphone Creative to help organisations like yours use their money effectively. To create content that gets seen and acted on by the people who matter. We start by analysing your audience and base the campaign strategy on what we learn.

That might mean creating a four-minute film for YouTube shot in 4K, or a series of TikTok videos recorded on mobile phones. Whatever the audience is most likely to engage with, that’s what determines our approach.

Once your campaign launches, we monitor it carefully to make sure you’re getting maximum impact. Once it’s complete, we give you a breakdown of the results and what we’ve learned during our partnership. Finally, we make suggestions about where to focus your resources to keep the momentum going.

Lead the way to positive change

You’re here because you want to do something about the imbalances in society, not just complain about them.

We’re the same.

Call us idealistic, but we believe when good people get together and create amazing stuff, we really do have the power to change the world.

Check out our 2022-2023 IMPACT REPORT here.


Our Creative Leadership team


Ben Mann


Ben has spent over a decade working on films for the BBC and Channel 4 in the UK- he’s made acclaimed films for BBC and Channel 4 TV campaigns such as Stand Up To Cancer, Children In Need and Comic Relief. He has worked on BAFTA and Grierson- winning films such as as well as Murder Case and The Parkinson’s Drug Trial, as well as numerous other acclaimed series such as Dispatches, Panorama, Fish Town and Murder Island.


Katherine Needles

Executive Producer

Katherine is a highly experienced content producer. She has worked on TV campaigns such as Stand Up To Cancer on Channel 4, as well as online campaigns for charities like Shelter. She is also a successful photographer and has been published by National Geographic, The Guardian, and The New York Times. All her work is focused on individuals and communities spearheading initiatives aimed at social and environmental change.



Lead digital strategist

Pete has been at the forefront of the digital and social media revolution, working with top UK brands from Peaky Blinders, Big Brother and MasterChef at Endemol Shine UK, Waitrose, Renault Dacia, and Comic Relief. In the modern, multi-platform world with attention at a premium and audience at the core, he delivers full social media, content and influencer strategies that create emotional ties through brilliant storytelling.

We’ve worked with Megaphone Creative on some high-profile work with our partners M&S and Kingfisher/B&Q. On both projects Katherine and Ben have been really flexible, working to tight deadlines and adapting their approach to enable them to gather amazing content despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shelter and our partners are delighted with the results, which really brought to life the incredible work we are doing to tackle bad housing and homelessness, telling the human stories behind the issues in a beautiful, engaging way.


John Hibbert, Head of Partnership Management, Shelter