Blending digital media and storytelling, we create multi-format, video-rich content for learning and communications.
We also produce theatrical feature films. We're currently working on our third.
When commissioned for any project, we consult closely with our clients in order to fully understand their audiences and goals. We then write, direct, design, build & produce content to engage those audiences... and achieve those goals.
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We'd love to start a proper conversation with you, but meanwhile, let us introduce ourselves...
Matt Fletcher - Founder/Director
Matt has over 20 years of award winning digital agency experience (across learning, communications, design, film, marketing, games and technology).
Matt is a BAFTA-nominated digital producer. His work has received BIMAs, Brandon Hall awards and E-learning Age awards. He has produced and account directed many millions of pounds worth of work for clients including PwC, BBC, M&S and the Department for Education.
Previous roles before starting Future Now include:
- Director of Strategy, Atticmedia (2010-2016)
- MD of Atticmedia (2007-2010)
- Developer / designer on the very first John Lewis / Waitrose e-commerce websites (way back in 1999)
Douglas Ray - Founder/Director
Beginning his career as an assistant to Ken Loach, Douglas has written, directed and produced a huge range of content including commercials, sponsorship idents, corporate films, interactive media, short films and one feature film.
His short film Get Off My Land starring Rafe Spall & Ruth Wilson had its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival and has screened at over 40 film festivals.
Sergeant Slaughter stars Tom Hardy and has screened at film festivals around the world.
His debut feature film Swansong stars Matt Berry and Eva Birthistle and was shot at Pinewood Studios and is released this year.
The Swing of It, a comedy short directed by Douglas was selected to screen at The London Film Festival 2016.
He is a member of BAFTA and Directors UK and a graduate of the UK’s National Film and Television School.
Paloma Fraile - Producer
Paloma is a multimedia professional with experience in a variety of media fields. Main activities during her career have been producing, editing, designing and writing audio-visual content for website, radio and TV for different media companies in London and Madrid.
Paloma works with Future Now in a variety of roles including project management, production management on our films, and hands-on design and development work. She also finds time for producing and developing her own film projects.
Brett Hamilton - Producer
Brett’s background is a mixture of corporate project management and creative film-making.
After studying for both Law and Engineering degrees and developing strong analytical, literacy and research skills, Brett took a position at BHP Billiton in Perth (the world’s biggest mining company). His responsibilities included the delivery of capital and non-capital projects (worth up to $1,000,000) to support a variety of operations functions.
Brett has also worked across a variety of media roles including independent producer, post-producer, editor and colourist as well as managing and directing event
promotion videos, corporate advertisement and music videos at companies including Trifocal Pictures and Hamock Productions.
Brett is currently developing his first feature film.
Eva Morrison - Communications
Eva works on all Future Now's PR, social media and marketing, as well as providing communications expertise and consultancy to our clients.
Eva started her career in the charity sector running PR campaigns for nearly a decade. Heading-up public relations for Marie Curie, one of the largest UK charities, Eva worked to improve the rights and care of the most vulnerable in society. She influenced thinking at the highest levels of government and helped to secure step changes in public policy.
Eva has since worked within communications for digital agencies, charities, and social enterprises including The House of St Barnabas, Atticmedia, Inclusive Learning, Legal & General and The Trevor Collins Foundation.
Every project is different.
For each project we draw upon a select pool of tried and tested specialist talent - people we've learned to respect and trust over the years.
This includes: designers, illustrators, artists, animators, editors, film crew, developers, writers and learning experts.
The latest from our Twitter feed:
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