Introducing Double8

The moving pictures collective of
Adrian Ray and Wayland Shay Donlan

We are creative film makers that make well crafted, considered films. We are passionate about bringing ideas to life and making great stories that effectively communicate a lasting message with the audience.

Based in the north of England (UK) and working nationwide, we have established ourselves as a creative film production unit. We have  produced films for all sectors of business including education, industrial engineering, leisure & hospitality, healthcare and financial services. We have worked on a varying scale of projects from large crewed productions to small 3 man crew projects.

As a production company we adapt comfortably into existing units, working collaboratively with design & marketing agencies and TV & film production companies.

We pride ourselves on our creative work and can conceptualise and produce from start to finish any scale of project.


Script writing and storytelling
Producing and directing
Filming and photography

Lighting and on set technical expertise
Editing and post production
Motion graphics
Design and illustration
Musical scores
Voice overs
Film production consultancy

Wayland Donlan

Wayland Shay Donlan

With a background in Graphic Design, Wayland channels his creativity into Double8 projects as a Creative Director and Producer. With a passion for films he strives to expand on the best possibilities for how the story can be told through great cinematography, motion graphics or creative editing.

Adrian Ray

Adrian Ray

Adrian is a well-established commercial and advertising photographer and film maker. Based in Yorkshire Adrian travels nationally and overseas for client such as Castrol Oil, Yorkshire Forward, NHS, Manchester City Council,West Yorkshire Police and Morrisions Supermarket. Adrian brings a crafted and considered approach to his cinematography, working closely and collaboratively with designers, producers and art directors alike.

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