LONDON — Social media specialist Battenhall has launched a production studio to offer in-house social content production, design and creative to clients, as well as insights and augmented reality services.

Battenhall Studios expands the firm’s London HQ with two new studios, which can also be used for influencer and creator brand collaborations. Its team of 50 producers, designers, developers, strategists, photographers, creatives and videographers will work alongside the agency’s other creative teams in Los Angeles, New York and Dubai.

As part of the launch, the 120-strong agency has appointed three team members to new positions. Ziyanda Okosi joins the agency as studio manage from online furniture retailer, where she was e-commerce studio manager. Charnah Bradley has been promoted to senior design director and Christopher Buttigieg has been promoted to producer.

Battenhall senior design director Charlie Gregory said: “Battenhall Studios is a timely enhancement to our global production and social media capabilities. The new dedicated space and international hubs will enable us to scale faster and provide state-of-the-art environments that inspire creativity and collaboration. The new offering will ultimately enable us to deliver exceptional content and production experiences for our growing roster of international clients at speed.”

Founder and CEO Drew Benvie said the studio would work with clients across the consumer, media, sport, technology, healthcare, gaming and corporate sectors.

He said: “This global launch marks a significant milestone in our company’s expansion, with an investment in the facilities, skills and innovation that clients are increasingly relying on us for as their strategic partner agency. The new facilities will enable our growing team of industry-leading talent to deliver end-to-end campaigns globally, for clients across all sectors, at scale and speed.”