We specialise in brand creation and promotion.
Our clients benefit from our wealth of experience and hands on approach, working closely with us to promote their businesses or brands.

Whether for an established brand or a start up business, we bring commitment, a practical approach and marketing skills across the key disciplines.

We work in:
Branding and Identity Creation
Brand Promotion
Digital Communications
3D Design
Golf Marketing


  • Not standing still

    Not standing still

    Most businesses know that to stand still is to go backwards, and in marketing especially, reinvention is an on-going necessity. Marketing messages need to remain relevant to both old and new audiences. And those audiences are constantly changing ones. Businesses need to learn to promote their brands through new channels without alienating their existing audiences. … Continue reading Not standing still Read More
  • Jamie Oliver and David Loftus: the joy of partnerships

    Jamie Oliver and David Loftus: the joy of partnerships

    We’ve written in the past about long-term working relationships between agencies and clients, but on Instagram the other day I saw a post that made me think about it further. David Loftus, the photographer, has been working closely with Jamie Oliver for some 18 years. It seems to me, from the outside, that they have … Continue reading Jamie Oliver and David Loftus: the joy of partnerships Read More
  • Mind the Gap

    Mind the Gap

    One thing about being a designer is that you never fully switch off from closely observing brand identities, packaging, menu designs, website, signage, and every kind of typography. And of course any display, exhibition and interior as well. Which of course means basically everything that is communicating a message around us, all of the time. … Continue reading Mind the Gap Read More
  • Any publicity is good publicity?

    Any publicity is good publicity?

    On the eve of the Cheltenham Festival this week, retired Champion jockey Tony McCoy and a retired racehorse were paraded dressed in Harris Tweed as a publicity stunt sponsored by William Hill. Both looked rather uncomfortable and the poor horse looked simply ridiculous. A fashion designer had created the outfits, and apparently it took Ms … Continue reading Any publicity is good publicity? Read More