Below are some of our videos to give you an idea of what we do - you can see the rest on our YouTube channel by clicking here.
ELAM Trainees supported Polydor Records with the launch of the Blue and Lonesome album by the Rolling Stones. We played some blues sets across a number of London stations and we smashed it.
On the 2nd July 2015 ELAM held its first annual Industry Academy Awards. The night was a chance to celebrate ELAM's first birthday by looking back at the year so far, looking forward to the future and recognising some of the outstanding achievements from our first cohort of ELAM Trainees.
Have a look at the types of games our trainees will produce, many of whom will never have made any type of game before coming to ELAM.
Watch when Casio dropped by ELAM for a chat with some of our Trainees and our Director of Music, Nathan Lilley.
The track e45 came from part of the Trainees performance unit. The song was received so well during our showcase at the Jazz cafe we decided to apply some of the skills we had learnt in the marketing unit and release it. Subsequently it was playlisted on BBC Radio 1xtra and has recieved over 100,000 views on youtube.
ELAM launched in 2014 and to celebrate we hosted this event in the heart of east London to showcase some of our amazing talent in addition to the team behind ELAM.
We have a close partnership with Londons largest music festival, Lovebox. We captured our first year working at the festival on camera here.
As part of our Masterclass series we had the amazing BBC Radio 1 DJ Annie Mac come down and tell us about working in the music industry. ELAM Trainee Jess hosted a quick interview with Annie after her talk.
Listen as founder and ELAM governor Will Kennard tells us a about the ELAM course.