"Teatime and Tide provide an excellent, personalised service; the pricing is reasonable and in line with standard rates and they are very flexible with the packages they can offer for the pricing you can afford. I am more than happy with Teatime and Tide's willingness to create a film we could be proud of and there is a lot of care and attention to detail.
Teatime and Tide provide a friendly and open service and excel in their communication throughout a project. I am grateful for the hard work they put in to make my project the best it could be. I would definitely use them again and absolutely recommend their services to others."
Broad Reach Records
Herne Bay Jazz & Swing Fest 2017
"We were lucky enough to win our film as a prize in Teatime and Tide’s promotional raffle. Communication was great, neither too little so that we were kept in the dark, nor too much that it was intrusive. The filming process itself took place whilst all four JELLY members were present at the exhibition. Teatime and Tide recorded all aspects of the show and some footage of us working together. We wanted not just a record of the show, but more a creative filmic response to our work, and are delighted with the resulting film. The overlayed images and soundtrack sensitively respond to the show and revealed aspects and nuances of our work to us that would not have happened with a more prosaic film. The short film is an art work in itself and has informed work for the latest show.
We are more than happy with our film and have already used it to raise our profile as a collaborative art group. It will be shown as part of JELLY#2, our new exhibition. We would highly recommend Teatime and Tide's service; it was excellent; efficient, friendly and creative."
"In 2017 I curated HOUSE:Paradox jointly with Karen Simpson, an artist who is also one of the Directors of Beach Creative. Our exhibition concept explored the paradox of the house as a manifestation of our aspirational 'home sweet home' belief systems which are discordant with the darker side such as abuse, neglect and conspicuous waste.
TeatimeandTide exhibited in HOUSE:Paradox along with 17 other practitioners in various media from Kent and Essex. Tipping-Point was film based and had involved searching out illegally fly-tipped sofas, armchairs and fridges abandoned in lonely or derelict places around the edges of Herne Bay. Extraordinarily, TeatimeandTide's unique vision saw an almost humanoid personality in these damaged, deteriorated and unlovely household furnishings. Re-accessorised appropriately, with objects ranging from luxurious cushions to fresh cartons of drinks and illuminated as if on stage, these despised objects became returning stars in new roles."