Archive for sandra munoz

Baby Rahid Video

This month, Keepsake Videos went back to the sources with the editing of “Baby Rahid” First year to be shown at his first birthday. Rahid’s dad wrote that he really liked the video and that it made him emotional watching it back.

For those who don’t know, I started filming and editing 12 years ago when my son was born. I was filming and editing one video per month to send to my family so they could see my son grow.

Some of my friends then asked me to do some for their kids. Later, when my local library was threaten with closure, I ended up making a campaign video against it and at the end, the council meeting made a you turn after the video went online.

After that I was asked to do various videos for local organisations and because I loved the editing process so much, I went back to Higher Education to study film and media production.

It was great editing baby video again.

Battersea Men’s Shed Documentary

The Battersea Men’s Shed documentary was premiered today at the Battersea Art Centre. It was well received and Wandsworth Deputy Mayor Jane Cooper said it was very “uplifting”.

The film has been added to Wandsworth Council Website to Showcase this amazing project and inspire other residents to join.

Check in this link to find out more about this group:


New service: We animate your logo for social Media

New service: We animate your logo for social media (Starting price : £50)

Keepsake Video can animate your logo in many different ways for your videos, website and social network. This collection gives you examples of how we can animate your logo.

Send us your company logo an choose your animation from the collection below.

We can customise the color, size and speed of your logo animation and add your favorite logo music and sounds to match it.

Why does your business need an animated logo?

The primary purpose of a logo is to create brand awareness. When you opt for an animated logo, you’re creating a more memorable image in your customer’s mind. In most cases, logos are static images and it may take several interactions with your brand for the customer to make a permanent connection. A logo can quickly grab viewers’ attention and communicate a company’s core values uniquely.

Videos is now used in 80% of web traffic and if a business use videos, they need an animated logo with sound, music and effects to stamp their brand and identity to their videos.

Some example of recent animated logo that we made for our clients

My video teaser for the launch party of the Metro Bank Putney Branch. #metrobank #putney #animatedlogo #branding #

I made this animated logo for Wandsworth Oasis, an amazing charity that raises money for people living with HIV. #logovideo #branding
They have 9 charity shops in the borough so please consider supporting them by shopping in their shops or donate good items that you no longer use.

Check their website:

This animated logo is to introduce the Alliance Big Local SW11 video explainer.

This animated logo is a short teaser for Martin’s lovers, an artist and his art gallery in the South of France

Wandsworth Age UK Digipal Video

This is my video to promote Age UK Wandsworth Digipal support computer program for older people.

25th years of British Sign Language & Deaf Studies Video

And it’s a wrap !

This is the end of some intense few days working as a Senior Editor for the 25th anniversary celebration video of the British Sign Language and Deaf Studies.

This video was for the University of Central Lancashire to celebrate the 25th anniversary of British Sign Language and Deaf Studies.

It has been lovely to do live editing with Kibra Taye on Whatsapp and learning about British Sign Language

Chelsea Foundation 3 years celebration

Celebrating 3 years of Edge of the box club at the Chelsea Foundation, networking and helping startups with their business videos for their website and social media. #edgeofthebox #happybirthday #chelseafoundation

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Surprise video from mum to show the bride at her wedding

Keepsake Videos edited this video to surprise the bride Rachel at her wedding on the 20th of October 2018.


This video was organised by Rachel’s mum, Carol. It was filmed by Kevin Brookes, directed by Graeme Henderson and edited by Sandra Munoz-Alvarez.

Cast: Carol Hedger as herself, Lorna Henderson as Rachel Hedger and Binx the cat as himself.

It includes a video extract of “Stepmum” from Chris Columbus and the song “Ain’t no mountains high enough” from Marvin Gaye and Tammin Terrell.

Kat & Nik’s Wedding (21/09/2018)

Keepsake videos filmed this wedding last week in Woolwich. We absolutely loved editing weddings. #weddingvideolondon

“Sandra did our wedding video and we could not be happier! She captured the essence of the day, all the important people, funny situations, emotions – nothing went unnoticed. I would wholeheartedly recommend her to anyone who wants to have a great memory of their amazing day.”

Surprise video for husband 40th birthday

#Keepsakevideos had a fun time working on this little project.

We asked Peter’s friends & family to film themselves singing his favorite song from #Wonderwall from Oasis to surprise him on his 40th Birthday.

Each person had a line to sing and everyone was doing the chorus. Keepsake Videos cut, syncronised the audio to the people singing, added effects, added transitions and voila !!!

Changing a client video from portrait to landscape

Keepsake Video can correct & transform your own videos.

We changed this video from portrait to landscape for A2i dyslexia. Please share to anyone you know with dyslexia.