Vox was asked by Sheffield City Council to film and produce a video to support the authority's Smokefree Sheffield campaign.
The video, which has been viewed over 250,000 times on Facebook, Youtube and Twitter, saw manual workers from across Sheffield take part in a tongue-in-cheek parody of 'You Can Leave Your Hat On' - chosen to mark the 20th anniversary of The Full Monty, which was set in Sheffield.
Vox also provided additional photography to help promote the video campaign.
Vox recently helped Citu provide an update on the restoration of an important heritage building on the Little Kelham site.
The listed Green Lane Works Clock Tower has been derelict for some time but is being restored as part of the development of Little Kelham. A slight lean it has developed over the years is being reinforced and made safe, but not corrected. The lean will act as a sign of the age of the building and will add even more character to the beautiful tower.
The local media also used photos of Green Lane Works which were taken by Vox.
The Polish Cultural Institute in London needed copywriting assistance in the production of a major book on Polish fashion, called Chrysalis.
Vox worked with the PCI to re-write original text translated from Polish. The book will be launched at an event in London's Somerset House in February 2017.
Vox was asked by Little Spark Events to film and edit a video of the 2016 Celebrating Construction in South Yorkshire Awards, held at The Cutler's Hall in Sheffield.
Enzo Barracco is an Italian fashion photographer who became inspired by the adventures of Ernest Shackleton and organised a month-long trip to Antarctica to capture the region from an artistic point of view.
Vox wrote the text for the book, which was published by Merrell and has a foreword by Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
Vox is part of the communications team delivering PR and media support to the Sheffield Year of Making 2016, a celebration of making of all types in the Sheffield City Region.
Vox will be providing video, photography, social media and PR support throughout the year.
Vox was commissioned by the team at Eleven Design to take photographs for its upcoming new addition of the popular culture guide to Sheffield, Our Favourite Places.
For the third year in a row Vox supported Falconer Associates, to provide PR, video and photographic support for Sheffield's Off the Shelf festival.
A selection of the videos can be seen on the Off the Shelf Youtube channel.
Kempka's is a traditional Polish butcher's which has been on Abbeydale Road for 60 years.
It's run by Konrad Kempka, who took over the business from his father. Konrad makes all his own smoked hams, sausages and bacon, using a smoker and boiler installed by his father when he moved into the shop.
Konrad told me that her remembers a time when there were 17 butchers between Highfield Library and Millhouses Park. Now there is just one, and in the next few weeks Kempka's will close. I wanted to get a few pictures of Konrad smoking and smoking his meat before he called it a day.