Crefft Media is a professional video production company with an office based in Llangefni, Anglesey.
It was founded in 2014 by videographer Tudur Evans as a means to offer a video production service to the local companies, charities and organisations, and to work with other freelancers in improving and maintaining the current level of creative output in North Wales. As the business became busier, Crefft Media has been able to provide work for additional crew members whether in production with camera support or through the post-production editing phase.
The company maintains a high production value for a competitive price and has have since worked with a variety clients, specialising in creating short, professional and engaging videos. Notable returning clients include Menter Môn and Anglesey Council who require production of timely documentary style films on specific projects to use as evidence for funders and for promotion of a service on social media.
Last year Crefft Media was proud to be the production company behind running TeliMôn, a new online on-demand television channel for Anglesey. Through this channel we have been able to produce a high number of television standard programmes whilst providing training and new opportunities for other creative individuals in the area.
About Tudur Evans
Tudur is a documentary film maker from from Anglesey, Gwynedd.
He attended a media production course at Coleg Menai and later graduated with a Bachelors degree in Media and Journalism at Bangor University.
Tudur later started working at the BBC in Bangor and independent television company Cwmni Da in Caernarfon, developing variety of television programmes for S4C, Channel 4 and BBC Wales through to the production stage. Tudur now works as freelance television camera operator and assistant producer in-between Crefft Media projects, and actively develops new programme ideas for broadcast commissioners.
During his spare time, Tudur enjoys heading outdoors and making the most of the North Wales countryside whether hiking, camping or heading out at night to create timelapses of the darks sky. Either way, he hardly ever leaves his camera at home.