Duckrabbit is a film production and training company. We make compelling films and other media for commercial, charity and broadcast clients. We also train photographers, videographers, journalists, researchers and communications professionals in audio-visual storytelling, production skills and online strategic communications.
Since formation in 2008, duckrabbit has won two National Press Photographers Association awards, a Picture of the Year International multimedia award and in 2013 won first prize in both the multimedia and the feature photograph categories of the British Press Photographers Association awards. In 2014 we won the Sony Production Award for Factual Film-making. In 2016 we won first prize in the Picture of the Year International multimedia news issue reporting category, the main prize at the Crossover Web Documentary Festival and the Golden Radiator Award for best charity video. We’ve also been shortlisted twice for the Anthropographia awards, nominated twice for Amnesty International Media Awards and once for the Prix Bayeux conflict journalism trophy.
Benjamin directs and produces all of duckrabbit’s film work. Before co-founding the company in 2008, Benjamin was a BBC documentary producer at Radio 4 and the World Service.
Oli plans duckrabbit’s film projects, handles logistics and equipment as well as video and photo editing. He has studied photography in the UK and documentary film-making in Sweden.
Rajib is a Dhaka-based videographer and photographer working in film, TV and advertising. He’s worked with duckrabbit on productions in Bangladesh, Ethiopia, Uganda and Canada.