Stop Motion Animation
4k Drone Filming
Professional Animation & Video Production
We are Sheffields only stopmotion animation studio, and a video production company…with a twist, we seek to employ people with autism, learning and physical disabilities to work on our professional animations.
Our work is unique and high quality as you can see from our showreel.
Top Quality Work
Beautiful, unique, professional work.
We know how much talent is out there and want to provide opportunities for people who may find it difficult in a mainstream environment.
“Working with FlyCheese for World Autism Awareness Week was a wonderful experience. They have a great understanding of those we support and the work that we do, which massively helped towards achieving an end product that we were all delighted with. Furthermore, Paul and the team were very accommodating and easy to work with, and were very helpful with any unexpected challenges along the way. They were nothing but supportive and were always willing to go the extra mile."
Head of Supporter Fundraising, National Autistic Society
"It was great working with Flycheese. They listened to what we wanted and took our ideas to develop a fantastic video. We felt like they really took the time to understand our business to make something right for us. I would, and have, recommended these guys to several other businesses."
Operation Manager, Sakushi Ltd
"Flycheese's ability to understand our filming needs, adapt to our schedule and come with high quality solutions is what makes them a real pleasure to work with. And I mean it."
“Flycheese not only provided us with a high quality, imaginative animation, they also helped us explore the message we were looking to convey and decide on the best way to deliver that message. It was a pleasure to work with them and we are delighted with the result.”
Dave Thornett, Business Development Manager
"Fantastic ‘Talking Head’ animation produced, Flycheese produced a really professional film and managed to make the dry topic of Data Security interesting. As a disabled people’s user-led organisation it was great to work with an organisation that actively employs people with autism."