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Welcome to Tanami’s brand new global website and glossy showreel for 2016

Posted: 14th January 2016

Having ended 2015 by completing a worldwide video and photography project that encompassed six countries, Tanami has certainly kept up the momentum as the business kicks off 2016!

Edinburgh’s fast-growing video and social media agency has recently unveiled its brand new website and an exciting showreel to showcase the company’s diverse video achievements to date.

Since its establishment in the summer of 2013, Tanami has undergone spectacular growth, currently delivering projects for global and local brands such as City & Guilds, Chevrolet, and Celtic Football Club. The new website not only highlights Tanami’s broad range of services but it also demonstrates the enthusiasm and experience of all of its team members.

Jemma Caldwell, Tanami’s Managing Director and founder comments: “It’s great to see all our hard work and enthusiasm over the past few years being brought to life so vividly! With a growing team of talented individuals, Tanami is delivering on increasingly demanding briefs for clients across a wide range of sectors, in particular sport, automotive, finance, education and property.

“We feel the new website clearly depicts the #TeamTanami spirit and energy and we are excited by the new opportunities that 2016 is already bringing!”

Tanami’s highlights from 2015 include a television advert for Edinburgh Zoo, Celtic Football Club’s Christmas promotional video and interviews with pop stars at the SECC for Girlguilding Scotland’s Tartan Gig!

Tanami website


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