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Red Nomad Studios is a UK-based media consultancy. We provide services in publications production, documentary photography and videography, graphic and web design, and international journalism and field work. Our roots lay in academia and the humanitarian sector but we work with a diverse range of clients including authors, retailers, and entrepreneurs.

Our image policy

Red Nomad Studios operates extensive photography privacy & security policies when working with clients. With direct reference to well established and recognised codes of conduct within the humanitarian sector, we have adopted and tailored four essential core principles when handling media assignments regardless of the content:

  • Consent – Written and verbal informed, understood, and accepted consent by all parties. Period. We ensure that all parties understand what informed consent actually means and why we use it. Protecting identity and ensuring safety is our primary concern.
  • Respect – We champion mutual respect for all humans no matter the context or situation, yet we do not expect this automatically from others. At Red Nomad Studios we understand it’s our job to earn this respect from the people, families, and communities we meet through our clients. Visits to often at-risk communities are meticulously planned with local partners and undertaken with the utmost respect for local cultures, traditions, and beliefs.
  • Dignity – We uphold the highest standards for the people and families we work with, their dignity considered paramount at all times. In order to adhere to our own best practises, all concepts, interview questions, scripts, image shoots, and video locations are pre-agreed with multiple parties prior to use. Participants in at-risk situations are, as standard, offered multiple options for identity masking, with their dignity our primary concern. We are here for them, because of them, to listen to them, and to share their stories.
  • Truth – Our content strives to reflect the truth in any given situation. Red Nomad Studios combine multiple perspectives for client portfolios, marrying flat ‘WYSIWYG’ imagery with ‘candid through consent’ content, enabling all parties equal access to observe, understand, and process the ‘in real life’ reality behind our stories.

RNS will never knowingly produce sensationalist and/or exploitative content.

All our client content is protected by international copyright and may not be used without the express written and verbal permission from both Red Nomad Studios and the respective client.

Our design policy

At Red Nomad Studios we tend to separate design in to two distinct categories for clarity: collaborative and corporate. Both categories are organic in their nature, evolving from inception through delivery in a controlled and planned fashion, but each has its own place at the table.

Engage. Fight. Educate.

Red Nomad Studios are an equal opportunities organisation and passionately believe in addressing and rebalancing the world for a more equal and fair global society. In no particular order we operate a zero-tolerance policy on racism, sexism, and ageism (we have a list, but you get the point), are actively engaged in championing the global BLM movement, and engage, encourage, and utilise feminism on both personal and professional levels. We develop our social and ethical standards in accordance with progressive international research.

Cultivating inclusive communities

Red Nomad Studios work with people and organisations from all walks of life with wide-ranging beliefs and faiths. We respect these systems and encourage active and mutual engagement for a more understanding and inclusive global society. In order to best practise this at Red Nomad, as an organisation we operate in a secular environment.

Voluntary involvement

Each year Red Nomad are excited to offer voluntary services to a meaningful number of projects, enabling those without finance or opportunity to take steps towards their short- and long-term goals. These projects are usually locally based and tend to be under-reported, opting to focus our time and resources on said project rather than promoting it over social. We plan projects quite far in advance, so interested parties should get in touch to submit a short and concise application through the usual contact channels. Past projects have included technology skills tuition, photography skills tuition and funding, niche event media coverage for impact growth and more.

Red Nomad Studios was founded in 2014 by Barnaby Jaco Skinner and Peter Bartram and is based in the United Kingdom. Barney still handles much of our client work when photography, design, or travel is required, he’s a hard person to keep down. We activly engage with the global gig workforce in order to scale assets as and when required, and typically run a frugal ship to keep operating costs down.

Contact us

Get in touch with Barney or Peter by email at barnabyjacoskinner@rednomadstudios.com or info@rednomadstudios.com.

Alternativly call us in on +44 (0) 1273 252 829 / +44 (0) 7458 164 272. Email is montiored during office hours (and often outside), the phone lines less so. We also use Slack, Whatsapp, and Telegram to keep in contact with our clients.

This page is constantly being updated, please consider bookmarking.

Red Nomad Studios is a UK-based media consultancy. We provide services in publications production, documentary photography and videography, graphic and web design, and international journalism and field work. Our roots lay in academia and the humanitarian sector but we work with a diverse range of clients including authors, retailers, and entrepreneurs.

Our image policy

Red Nomad Studios operates extensive photography privacy & security policies when working with clients. With direct reference to well established and recognised codes of conduct within the humanitarian sector, we have adopted and tailored four essential core principles when handling media assignments regardless of the content:

  • Consent – Written and verbal informed, understood, and accepted consent by all parties. Period. We ensure that all parties understand what informed consent actually means and why we use it. Protecting identity and ensuring safety is our primary concern.
  • Respect – We champion mutual respect for all humans no matter the context or situation, yet we do not expect this automatically from others. At Red Nomad Studios we understand it’s our job to earn this respect from the people, families, and communities we meet through our clients. Visits to often at-risk communities are meticulously planned with local partners and undertaken with the utmost respect for local cultures, traditions, and beliefs.
  • Dignity – We uphold the highest standards for the people and families we work with, their dignity considered paramount at all times. In order to adhere to our own best practises, all concepts, interview questions, scripts, image shoots, and video locations are pre-agreed with multiple parties prior to use. Participants in at-risk situations are, as standard, offered multiple options for identity masking, with their dignity our primary concern. We are here for them, because of them, to listen to them, and to share their stories.
  • Truth – Our content strives to reflect the truth in any given situation. Red Nomad Studios combine multiple perspectives for client portfolios, marrying flat ‘WYSIWYG’ imagery with ‘candid through consent’ content, enabling all parties equal access to observe, understand, and process the ‘in real life’ reality behind our stories.

RNS will never knowingly produce sensationalist and/or exploitative content.

All our client content is protected by international copyright and may not be used without the express written and verbal permission from both Red Nomad Studios and the respective client.

Our design policy

At Red Nomad Studios we tend to separate design in to two distinct categories for clarity: collaborative and corporate. Both categories are organic in their nature, evolving from inception through delivery in a controlled and planned fashion, but each has its own place at the table.

Engage. Fight. Educate.

Red Nomad Studios are an equal opportunities organisation and passionately believe in addressing and rebalancing the world for a more equal and fair global society. In no particular order we operate a zero-tolerance policy on racism, sexism, and ageism (we have a list, but you get the point), are actively engaged in championing the global BLM movement, and engage, encourage, and utilise feminism on both personal and professional levels. We develop our social and ethical standards in accordance with progressive international research.

Cultivating inclusive communities

Red Nomad Studios work with people and organisations from all walks of life with wide-ranging beliefs and faiths. We respect these systems and encourage active and mutual engagement for a more understanding and inclusive global society. In order to best practise this at Red Nomad, as an organisation we operate in a secular environment.

Voluntary involvement

Each year Red Nomad are excited to offer voluntary services to a meaningful number of projects, enabling those without finance or opportunity to take steps towards their short- and long-term goals. These projects are usually locally based and tend to be under-reported, opting to focus our time and resources on said project rather than promoting it over social. We plan projects quite far in advance, so interested parties should get in touch to submit a short and concise application through the usual contact channels. Past projects have included technology skills tuition, photography skills tuition and funding, niche event media coverage for impact growth and more.

Red Nomad Studios was founded in 2014 by Barnaby Jaco Skinner and Peter Bartram and is based in the United Kingdom. Barney still handles much of our client work when photography, design, or travel is required, he’s a hard person to keep down. We activly engage with the global gig workforce in order to scale assets as and when required, and typically run a frugal ship to keep operating costs down.

Contact us

Get in touch with Barney or Peter by email at barnabyjacoskinner@rednomadstudios.com or info@rednomadstudios.com.

Alternativly call us in on +44 (0) 1273 252 829 / +44 (0) 7458 164 272. Email is montiored during office hours (and often outside), the phone lines less so. We also use Slack, Whatsapp, and Telegram to keep in contact with our clients.

This page is constantly being updated, please consider bookmarking.