Duckrabbit offers remote and in-person training to help people to design, gather and produce influential stories

We’ve trained journalists, photographers, agencies, clients and politicians at the BBC, The Times of London, Médecins Sans Frontières, Greenpeace, the EU Parliament and Cambridge University, to name a few.

The work of our trainees has featured across mainstream online media, including the BBC, The Observer, TIME, The New York Times and National Geographic

We’ve designed and run training courses worldwide, but thanks to COVID we’re increasingly running courses online. We’re finding these highly effective; maximising attention spans, minimising spend on travel and venues, and providing welcome stimulation and inspiration to teams working from home

We can build bespoke training for any aspect of production, from interviewing, podcasting and smartphone filmmaking to full-blown documentary production

Using Story to Influence

The communications landscape has never been more complex or noisy, but story still the most powerful tool we know for influencing & persuading. Stories themselves are millenia old, but there’s never been a more important time for brands and creative people to be able to tell consistently powerful stories than today

Bespoke Courses.

We design and run bespoke training for organisations in all aspects of digital production, from story design to gathering and technical video production. We also train organisations to make effective use of mass and social media networks to find and impact their audience The courses are designed for your specific needs and are of varying lengths and can be carried out in your offices or in an external location. Contact us for more info

Mini-Documentary Workshop

This unique two-day workshop is suitable for film-makers, photographers, journalists, communications/PR professionals or anyone looking to produce their own short films duckrabbit style Over the course of two days we’ll teach you the practicals of turning a real world film brief into a cracking film

We teach people to construct, produce and find an audience for their stories. Here is what they have to say

Paul Murphy                                     Director C21 VOX

Duckrabbit are master storytellers.  They don’t just tell people about what you do, they make them care about what you do

Lucy Brinicombe
Press Officer, Oxfam

Duckrabbit demystified the technology behind creating something beautiful in an engaging and informal way. They have given me the confidence to develop my fledgling skills more in my own time. And if that doesn’t get me some fizz then nothing will

Emma Wigley
Interactive Media Officer, Christian Aid

I loved this course by duckrabbit. I left full of enthusiasm and confidence. It must have worked because only my second attempt at gathering content for a photofilm made the front page of the Guardian website

Ciara Leeming
Freelance Journalist

I just sold my first multimedia feature to the BBC. It just shows what a good decision I made by training with duckrabbit. I love what they’re about and would love to capture even a tiny bit of that spirit in my own work. Audio interviewing was probably the biggest challenge for me but I’m now actually looking forward to integrating this into my own storytelling and being able to make my subjects’ voices heard