Vision Fountain create new and progressive styles of educational story-telling.

We use advanced and experimental photographic techniques, combining audio + visuals to create unique high quality digital display.

We teach and demonstrate a range of audio-visual techniques including, studio photography, animation, parallax, time-lapse, interviews, recording, 3-d scanning and video editing.

Projects engage with communities, educators and museums. The outcomes are often displayed in public places.

A digital installation commissioned by the Winding House Museum / The White Rose Resource Centre and Caerphilly Council,  engaged with retired coal miners for the 50th anniversary of the closure of Elliot Colliery.  The project now forms part of their permanent display at the Winding House.

The “Our Mountain” project, part of Welsh Government / Arts Council of Wales’ Creative Lead Scheme engaged with two primary schools in the Rhondda using a range of audio-visual techniques.  The school children created mixed-media films about their community whilst building upon specified curricula requirements.  The films had a big screen opening at the renowned Parc & Dare Theatre in Treorchy.

The project was based upon a pilot project in Pant Primary, Merthyr funded by Cardiff University’s School of Social Sciences, screened at Red House, Merthyr.

The Motor Mouths family workshops for the British Motor Museum mixed portraiture and inimation where-by families were placed in motor cars drawn by children and placed on an animated superhighway.

Our latest project, Merthyr’s Black Gold, is funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and partners with Cyfathfa Castle Museum alongside four primary schools and Scout groups in the Merthyr area.

Vision Fountain is a Community Interest Company.