RoketHouse Films

About us

WE CREATE VIDEO CONTENT. ON BRAND. EVERY TIME.

ROKETHOUSE IN A NUTSHELL

We make corporate films for global brands across multiple industries. Our clients include O2, Pepsi, Tesco, The NHS, Save The Children and Mark Warner. We work with smaller companies too.

Most of our business comes through word-of-mouth and repeat orders. We listen. We’re personable. We go the extra mile. We want you to be proud of your video content. That’s why our clients keep coming back.

Bold. Visual. Storytelling.

Your video content should be a visual representation of who you are and what you do. If you have a clear brief we can work to that. If you need original ideas then our in-house team can do this too.

Our clients are often amazed at how we’ve captured the personality of their business. The secret to this is we’re not just corporate filmmakers. We make documentaries and fictional films too. Our love of bold and visual storytelling shines through in everything we do.

[Creative Director] William Westaway – will@rokethouse.com

William Westaway is a multi award-winning filmmaker. He has been making films since his sister left an old 8mm video camera lying around the house when he was eight years old.

William has over fifteen years of filmmaking experience and has been nominated for a string of corporate awards. He has independently built relationships with several high-profile companies and many smaller ones. He also partners with some of the top marketing agencies in the UK.

In his free-time, William directs his own creative projects. His most recent achievement is a feature length documentary (The Writer With No Hands) which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival. It went on to win ‘Best Documentary’ at festivals in the USA, Iran, Italy and Austria.

William recruits crew on a job-by-job basis from a pool of creative and technical talent in the south of England. In 2015 he changed the name of his company (from Westaway Film) and ROKETHOUSE was born.

[AP/Cameraman] James Toffolo – james@rokethouse.com

James left his biomedical science career in 2012 to pursue his life-long passion of filmmaking. Since then he hasn’t looked back as he’s been training in the arts of grading, sound mixing, narrative editing, Nuke SFX and even finding time to squeeze in the piano.

He’s travelled the world flying drones and shooting time-lapse shots. Next on his list is Japan.