Our Young Creatives!

Our Young Creatives!

For the entirety of the past 7 years that Mediorite has been up and running, we have opened up our doors to a great collective of young people who are eager to make their mark in the media industry, and gain valuable experience working alongside the many creative professionals that help drive our company forward. […]

MODELS WANTED FOR OCTOBER PHOTOSHOOT

MODELS WANTED FOR OCTOBER PHOTOSHOOT

Posted by on Sep 26, 2016 in Blog, Photography, Social Enterprise

We’re casting for 20 x 11- 18 year old girls and boys for PAID acting work to help a leading UK children’s charity supporting under privileged young people. When: 27th & 28th October Where: Central London   The shots will be used to help bring to life real stories of the young people the charity […]

Childrens Society – young carers

Childrens Society – young carers

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Blog, Film, Media, Photography

Another great shoot with Laura McClusky for The Childrens Society. We gave work on Young Carers shoot to two young carers and thanks to Special Educational Needs school Stornmont for hosting us for the afternoon. Lovely testimonial from comms team  ” We gave Lucy a complicated brief and not a lot of time to execute it […]

Wates – Building Futures

Wates – Building Futures

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Media, Photography, Social Enterprise

We’ve enjoyed a great summer photographing Wates’ Building Futures events and with some great results. Check out some of the images from Kristian Lam- Clark

MODELS NEED FOR CHILDRENS CHARITY PHOTOSHOOT – PAID

MODELS NEED FOR CHILDRENS CHARITY PHOTOSHOOT – PAID

Posted by on Mar 7, 2016 in Advertising, Blog, Mediorite, Photography

Mediorite are a photo agency and social enterprise working with young people. Between 29th March and 9th April we will be producing 6 full day photoshoots for a leading national children’s charity and we are casting for young people and adults to help us tell the story of the great work the charity does across […]

The Children’s Society – photoshoot

The Children’s Society – photoshoot

Posted by on Mar 9, 2015 in Blog, Media, Mediorite, Photography

Another project for the Children’s Society! Within just one day we were able to produce a full photoshoot including ten models and four different locations. We worked with our amazing photographer Zoe Childerley. The models were amazing as they knew exactly what they were doing and Zoe Childerley knew precisely what our client wanted. Everyone […]

Hackney Pop Up Cinema

Hackney Pop Up Cinema

We are recruiting for an exciting events management training program led by MASH Cinema. The participants will learn how to plan  for a one off cinema event in Hackney, including preparing and managing a budget for the event, marketing, promotion and much more. This programme is aimed for young people aged 16-24 living in East London […]

THE NEW CHIEFTAINS EXHIBITION DISPLAY

THE NEW CHIEFTAINS EXHIBITION DISPLAY

Posted by on Sep 12, 2014 in Blog, Photography

By now everyone knows how much we love Agenda and Visual Marvelry ( see our joint campaigns Howick Place, Childrens Society and FYI ), so when they approached us to be part of New Chieftains exhibition we jumped at the chance. What is THE NEW CHEIFTAINS about? To quote Agenda “In a world of celebritydom […]

2012 – how we delivered on our promise

2012 – how we delivered on our promise

EOY 2012 – Mediorite, committed to developing young people within media Tackling the root causes of youth unemployment, gang violence and knife crime we build confidence and transferable communication skills with disadvantaged young creatives to get results. Who do we work with? Last year we worked with 261 young Londoners through outreach, as trainees or […]

Stop & Talk

Stop & Talk

Posted by on Sep 1, 2012 in Art, Issues, Journalism, Media, Mediorite, Photography

What started as a website to support the launch of Offcentre film The Right Track became a national campaign featured on The Independent blog, a photography exhibition showcased by Dazed and meetings with the Met Police. It also created opportunities for 11 young creatives and 2 long term unemployed trainees. The issue Every now and […]