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Digitom is a multi-award winning video content agency, based just outside of London in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Founded in 2010, our team of storytellers have worked extensively for major UK broadcasters, including the BBC as well as online TV channels and independent production companies. We have a reputation for producing high quality content and are named Microbusiness of the Year South East England 2017.

Our filmmakers are content creators for the public sector, private sector, charities and communications agencies with particular expertise in financial services, education, pharmaceutical, technology, insurance and retail.

We work collaboratively and are well versed in delivering your story. Should you need support with the artistic direction we will use our decades of broadcast experience to advise on the right solutions to help achieve your desired outcomes.



Tom Chown

Tom Chown


Founder & Creative Director

Tom Chown is a filmmaker with more than 20 years’ broadcast experience. He’s worked at the BBC across news, documentary (filming in Africa and the North Pole) and online before moving to Bob Geldof’s production company Ten Alps to help set up an online TV channel. He founded Digitom in response to the growth in demand for professional online and social media content, adopting broadcast principles. Tom’s approach to each brief is consistent; to get underneath the skin of the story, identify the target audience and how best to develop the narrative.

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Angel Zamora

Angel Zamora


3D Motion Animator

Angel Zamora is a designer whose formative years were spent as a senior background in graphic design across artwork and editorial in the print sector. Based upon his foundation he jumped into digital and 3D Motion Design in 2010 and hasn’t looked back. From 3D photorealistic visualisations to character animation and iconography he’s as comfortable compositing graphics across 2D and 3D environments as exploring 360 Video.

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Neil Whitman

Neil Whitman


2D Motion Animator

Neil Whitman is an award winning animator who has been passionate about animation and design from a young age. He’s created motion graphics for various UK broadcasters over the past two decades and been awarded Best Animation at the Kent Film Festival four times. Neil specialises in all things 2D and has a sharp eye for detail. In 2017 he returned part time to University and undertook an MA in Animation focusing his studies on character design and movement which he passed with a distinction.

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How much will it cost for a 1 minute 30 second video or animation?
Each of our projects is bespoke, so we don’t offer package prices. This means each estimate is unique so it’s best to start with an informal chat through your ideas. It allows us to discuss the most appropriate level of resources that best matches your brief, and most importantly your budget.

When producing a creative treatment and estimate we’ll take into consideration many factors, such as the amount of pre-production required (storyboards, scripts, arranging equipment hire, crew logistics and travel etc), the filming or animation production schedule and finally post-production (the editing, design and creation of motion graphics, music licensing etc).

What information do you require for a brief?
The more information you can tell us the better. We have a simple document for clients to complete which you can request – at no obligation – by emailing [email protected]

Are you prepared to travel?
Yes, we are based in Tunbridge Wells, just outside London but we film all over the UK and abroad. We have good road and rail connections and can be in Central London in under an hour, with good connections to Europe with Eurotunnel nearby.

We are also conveniently located close to London Gatwick, London City and Heathrow airports for international travel. Our production team are adept at arranging crew visas, equipment carnets and travel.

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