Cornucopia Productions was founded in 2000 by Ben Dickey. To date, we’ve produced hundreds of hours of programming for broadcast, online, events and exhibitions, collaborating with cultural and educational organisations of all sizes.
We have the skillset to manage multi-dimensional commissions, and the flexibility to respond to smaller-scale projects with a fast turnaround. We work with the most up-to-date camera formats and workflows to ensure that our filmmaking stays relevant, affordable and consistently high quality.
At the heart of what we do is compelling story-telling and beautiful image making, and a trusted roster of in-house expertise and freelance talent.
THE STORY OF OUR NAME & LOGO
Our company name and logo is taken from a drawing by Richard Bedford entitled 'Cornucopia'. He was the Keeper of Sculpture for the V&A during the 1930s, and a sculptor in his own right. The drawing is a preparatory sketch from 1960. When we were deciding on an identity for the company back in 2000 this image and its symbolism seemed the perfect fit - the Cornucopia is 'an abundant supply of good things'.