King bee produced a number of animated explainer videos for The UNHCR and for the humanitarian aid sector. The key challenge in this video has captured a tone that is positive whilst not losing sensitivity to the subject matter. King Bee’s Emily de Klerk worked closely with the client to ensure the story, style and message all worked in harmony. King Bee were soon approached for a 2nd, 3rdand 4thUNHCR video. One of King Bee’s specialties is working very collaboratively with our clients on fine-tuning and tailoring the script & storyboard to the brief and message. The following video was directed by Siobhan Mckenna at King Bee and was a very tight turnaround, but we delivered with flying colours (even though this video was in blue and white!)
Enough of us talking! See what some of our awesome clients have to say:
"King Bee have been outstanding creative partners in the creation of iHeart's new wellbeing/resilience curriculum for young people, as well as our wellbeing programme for educators and teachers."
"This was the second time we have used KingBee for design and production work. The project was long and complex. They got the job done! They are a true joy to work with, real pros! I look forward to our next venture."
"We are loving working with you all by the way. When we see a wetrasnfer has arrived, it is the highlight of our days!"
12 Yard Prod.(ITV 2)
"We are extremely happy and proud with the final result! The Final outcome is extremely professional and perfectly matches the vision we described in our brief! ...KingBee demonstrated a very pro-active approach, strong attention to details, high flexibility and an extremely friendly and positive attitude."
"In all our dealings I have found you to be very helpful, encouraging, friendly and approachable. You have always listened and responded rapidly and positively to our suggestions; the communication levels have been excellent!"
Damian & Moira
"Can highly recommend Kingbee to make your characters come to life true to the original inspiration. A very caring and sharing process!"