Hotbox Studios is a web design, animation, web application development, and digital marketing company.
We're based a little west of London, in the South East of the UK.
Our office is on the Elvetham Estate in North Hampshire, close to where the Hampshire, Surrey and Berkshire borders meet, in between the M3 and M4, and minutes from Fleet train station which offers a 40 minute direct train to and from London's Waterloo station.
PAAM is a web application Hotbox Studios developed focused around the recruitment and management of staff and volunteers.
We completed our first project in 1999 and incorporated in February 2003.
For more about the history of Hotbox Studios please visit our history page.
We're based on the Elvetham Estate near Hartley Wintney, in north Hampshire. 20 miles from the M25, roughly halfway between Guildford and Reading, the M3 and M4, and a short drive from Fleet train station which offers fast connections to London's Waterloo.
You can find our phone number, a link to us on Google Maps, our full postal address, and email contact form on our contact page
We design websites, create animations, develop web applications, provide digital marketing services, and supply online services such as web hosting, email, and domain registration.
We provide web design and digital marketing services for a wide variety of clients across multiple industries. We've created websites for sole traders, small local businesses, education, unions, national and multinational companies.
Our work in the fine and performing arts producing animation for artists, dance, theatre and opera has led to Hotbox Studios' animation showing on the BBC, being presented worldwide in gallery and museum exhibitions and as part of dance, theatre and opera performances.
Some of the galleries and theatres our animation has shown at include Sadler's Wells (London, UK), Lehmann Maupin Gallery (New York City, US), The Royal Opera House (London, UK), Teatro alla Scala (Milan, Italy), The Lisson Gallery (London, UK), The Lilian Baylis Theatre (London, UK), and The Laban Centre (London, UK).