Moonraker is a VFX studio that creates award-winning visual effects content for TV, film, commercials, museums and visitor attractions.
Simon Clarke and Jon Grafton co-founded Moonraker in 2013 in Bristol. Since then, Moonraker has created a strong local and international reputation. The company was formally known as Coffee and TV Bristol.
The Moonraker team has leading artists who innovate, design and digitally craft visual effects for any screen. Their combined creative and technical talents quite simply create beautiful moving images.
Museums, visitor attractions and Family Entertainment Centres
We remain at the cutting edge of creativity and technology, exploring new formats, screens and virtual reality. Working closely with museum curators we help to engage the public and enhance user experience with innovative displays and films that showcase our work at its best whether screened on your phone, VR headset or on a 60-foot half dome.
Our portfolio extends around the globe, from Planetariums to Flying Theatres. Whether it’s Dinosaurs or Dog Fights, Earth or Outer space, if you can’t film it we can create it, and if you can film it we can help make it better.
Moonraker has won several awards for its work. The company won a Thea Award for it’s transformation of the dramatic and exciting exhibition at the Fram Museum in Oslo, as well as an Emmy for its work on ‘World War 2 From Space’ on the History Channel and is a Bulldog winner for the ‘Wonders of the Solar System’ on BBC.