East Sussex cameraman Mark Snashall

Mark Snashall

Professional Cameraman and Editor with a wealth of experience in corporate, drama, feature film, factual, news, events, charity, music and educational productions

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Let a professional video get your message across

“We’ve just been watching the finished version and it is perfect. Many thanks Mark - it’s really appreciated that you were able to fit us in like that and produce such a good quality video at such short notice.”

Gavin Fisher,

Chief Executive,

Children’s Respite Trust

Video Production for Charities in East Sussex

Charities do excellent work, but their existence relies on funding, donations and support from others. A video about the charity can be an effective and powerful tool in helping to raise awareness and understanding of the valuable work that it does, encouraging others to offer help, either directly or financially. The video above was produced with the talented writer and director Adrian Butcher, ex BBC journalist, for his company Meads Media.

I have filmed for Oxfam, VSO, CAFOD and others

I have had the privilege to film videos for many charities over the years, including Oxfam, CAFOD, Voluntary Service Overseas and the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust at Slimbridge, as well as for some local charities such as the Children’s Respite Trust, Age UK East Sussex and Eastbourne Winter Night Shelter (the video seen above). Video is a powerful and persuasive medium for getting a charity’s message across, especially when produced with sensitivity and compassion.

Mark Snashall

I cover Eastbourne, Lewes, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, Hastings, Seaford, Battle, Bexhill, Crowborough, Hailsham, Heathfield, Newhaven, Rye, Haywards Heath, Uckfield, East Sussex

For friendly help and advice about how a professional video can help your charity, please give me a call on 01323 643901 or email me at



Mark Snashall 2022