Lt Film is an award-winning Video Production company based in Bath, UK, covering all aspects of Video.
As well as running his own production company, Lt Film, Luke Taylor is the co-founder of Meaningful Films, a platform for creating and sharing videos that inspire, spark conversation and encourage change in society. He is also a Director for a local Community Interest Company called BA1 Radio, aimed at helping people gain employment skills and confidence through radio. Having lived in Bath his whole life, Luke is a real advocate for the City.
Luke has experience working in film, television and video production in the UK and in America. In 2014 he was awarded a first class degree in media production at Bath Spa University.
He creates visual content for use online and in-house including promotional videos, training videos, short films and documentaries to help people share their story. He works alongside and in collaboration with Joanna Crosse and a team of experienced professionals who can bring your story to life.
Clients have included St John’s Foundation, Trunki, Shaw Trust, Andrews Property Group, Lyons Seafoods, Revive! Auto Innovations, Family Rights Group, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, Boson Web, Mytton Williams, Stone King and Theatre Royal Bath. Luke has also created videos for academies and universities including King Edwards School, Writhlington School, Bath University SU and St Mary’s University.
Luke won a Royal Television Society Award for his short film 'Nan' which was also televised on ITV and Sky Arts. The film went viral online and featured on the family history website Ancestry.co.uk. He was a semi-finalist in the Los Angeles CineFest for his short film ‘A Grave Matter’ in 2018 and a finalist at the Short and Sweet Film Festival in Utah.
In 2017 Luke won the Young Creative Award at the Creative Bath Awards, and was awarded Highly Commended under the Film, TV and Video category for Video Services in the City of Bath. He was nominated in 2018, 2019 and 2020 for Creative Bath Awards and awarded Highly Commended in the Film, TV and Video category for Meaningful Films.
His most recent documentary works include, ’The School on the Hill’, about the closure of a much loved school in Bath, ‘What happens when you die?’ about people's experiences of death and dying and ‘A Roof Over My Head’, funded by the St John’s Foundation, about homelessness in Bath and North East Somerset.
Why should you work with us?
It’s easy to say that video is the way forward and that everyone should have some form of multimedia on their website. Now that video is such an important promotional tool, it’s also very important to make sure you are using it right and that the outcome is as good as it can be.
But what makes us different?