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who we are

Our core team specialise in applying creativity to real-world problems, helping people and organisations to express who they are and communicate the value of what they do.

We’re in the business of strategic imagination.

Through extensive connections across a broad range of creative disciplines, we can create the right team for each project, providing clarity and insight.

 
 
 
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Howard Elwyn-Jones

Howard has over 16 years experience in communications and PR.

With a focus on developing strong content and clear communications strategy, he has consulted for a wide range of UK and international organisations from government, energy and transport to healthcare, construction and education.

Studying at St Andrews, Cardiff and Stirling Universities, he holds undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in English, Law and Public Relations.

Good with:  writing, people, photography, project management, strategy, brainstorming, clarity.

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Esther Clayton

A graphic designer with over 18 years experience in the design industry, Esther trained at Wimbledon School of Art and Edinburgh College of Art.  She has worked in both a design consultancy environment and within marketing and communication teams. 

Good with: ideas, people, type, colour, images and words.

 

what we believe

Relationships are fundamental

Our client base has grown organically through referral and recommendation

 

With great power comes great responsibility

The person with the power to sign off on a project should always be involved in providing the initial brief and direction

 

Research is essential

Asking the right questions leads to the best answers

 

What something looks like should only be decided once you understand what it is for

A fresh coat of paint can't cover up an ugly idea

Design isn't a magical fix.  It's only a solution if it extends from clear concepts, sound strategy  and carefully crafted content

 

Good grammar is sexy

You can't break the rules if you don't know them... and you probably shouldn't, most of the time