After providing event coverage for the inaugural Tortola Torture ultramarathon in 2015, Broadsword was tasked with building on the initial success and taking the 2016 event to the next level in terms of event management, obtaining sponsorship, promotion of the event and live event coverage with the ultimate aim of growing the race to become…Read More
Our client Budget Marine is a Caribbean-wide marine supply business with a presence in the BVI. We were tasked with creating an advertising campaign that would resonate, and directly appeal, to the local market.Read More
Regis and Claudine Bourdon are up to great things at Brandywine Estate Restaurant as this feature in the December issue of Virgin Islands Property & Yacht covers. We provided the photographic element for the article and most of these photos didn’t make it – obvious for the style and focus of the article. But we really liked…Read More
When Nanny Cay teamed up with Sunsail and the BVI Tourist Board as part of the Pirate Treasure Trail, a family-fun pirate-themed treasure hunt around the BVI, Broadsword provided some less than usual content to help keep Nanny Cay remain front and centre in the #BVITreasureSail campaign on social media.Read More
Our fave photos from the 2015 Summer Splash, a fundraising event for PAW (Promoting Animal Welfare), a not for profit created by a group of animal lovers to spay/neuter stray dogs and cats on Tortola.Read More
Retina screens, or screens that contain 2x the pixel density of regular screens, are becoming more widely used in an increasing number of products.
One area where it’s easy to forget about retina-friendly images is in your blog content. Don’t put off updating your images any longer: it is easier than you might think.Read More
Broadsword was proud to be involved with the inaugural ultramarathon in the British Virgin Islands, the aptly named Tortola Torture, on 25th April 2015.
We provided live coverage of this 31.6 mile race that featured 5,928 feet of climbing, a similar amount of descent and which took the participants literally from one end of the island to the other via some of the steepest hills on the island.Read More