A new year and an updated look and feel for Milltag cycling; the logo has been refined and all marketing and support documents have been updated for the coming season. Looking Dope.
We’ve just launched a new website for specialist healthcare provider CMG. It’s a modern, fully responsive design supported by a custom wordpress interface, we are delighted with how this has been received by the client and users alike.
Back in July we started work on the rebranding of this new Office space in Bristol. Due to open in late Summer 2017 the first drafts of this cycling inspired brand are starting to be deployed, check the project page for the latest updates.
Our new book has just arrived from the printers and we are delighted with how it turned out, for more information on Cotswolds Uncovered check the project page.
A small but perfectly formed microsite for photographer Jolyon Fenwick – the site features 15 large format panoramas of the World War One battlefields as they look now, annotated with the original battlelines. Haunting and beautiful in equal measure.
Over at Milltag, a busy few months culminated with our sponsorship of the 2016 Tour de Yorkshire at the end of April. To mark this, we took out a full page ad in Roleur, the thinking person’s cycling magazine. We discovered this vintage-looking (retro glasses, no helmet) shot of cyclist Tom Southern in our Best British Rider ...
It’s been six happy years in Westbourne Studios but it’s time to move on to bigger and better things. On Friday 4th March we up sticks and move 10 minutes down the road to Grand Union Studios in Ladbroke Grove. Pop in and say hello if you are in the area.
Our beautiful new site for Newcare goes live today and we are delighted with how it looks. Fully responsive and using a wordpress back-end it’s a unique design template that’s fully adapatable to meet the needs of this fast-growing healthcare brand.
A new showreel from our old friend Tony Briggs – still head and shoulders above the competition. In his own words, “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something…nicked. Here’s four minutes of your life you won’t get back”
Alas, the holiday season is pretty much over. Everyone’s a photographer these days and i’m no different but some of my better efforts are collected over in the Transit gallery. They say you should shoot what you see, this is what i’ve seen.