A north-east creative services firm has a new name and offices following a buyout.
The company traded as Fennel Media but is now called Urbane Media.
Its new owners are creative directors Kevin Stride and Richard Baron, operations manager Jo McIntosh and production co-ordinator Mark Mathers.
They paid Fennel Group director Henrike Bird a five-figure sum.
Urbane Media specialises in video production, aerial photography/videography and animation services.
It works with clients across sectors including oil and gas, food and drink, and property.
The firm recently moved into the Cirrus Building on International Avenue, Dyce, giving it twice as much office space as before.
It was based at Thainstone Business Centre, near Inverurie.
Urbane Media is targeting turnover of more than £250,000 in its first year and £500,000 by 2020.
Clients include North Sea oil and gas operators and international service companies.
Ms McIntosh said: “We are thrilled to introduce Urbane Media to our customers, suppliers and other stakeholders, who can be assured of receiving the same levels of creativity and service from the experienced team they are used to dealing with.
“Since 2016, our team has built up a terrific reputation in the local market and further afield and we are fortunate to be able to build upon that momentum, albeit under a new name.
“The new identity will allow us to grow the business, while we are actively exploring opportunities to extend our service offering and capabilities to new and existing customers.”