MICHA WEIDMANN STUDIO is a design studio working with creators of high-end products, offering them unique creative solutions through art direction and design. The Studio’s creative approach is based on their director, Micha Weidmann’s background in Swiss design and art direction defined through working with brands such as Prada, Tate Modern and Dezeen.
THE QUEER ARTS CONSORTIUM (QUAC) is a collaboration between Raze Collective, Fringe! Queer Arts & Film Fest, The Cocoa Butter Club, Prim.Black and the Queer Youth Arts Collective. QUAC is an innovative model of collaborative working that seeks to preserve, develop and embolden its partner organisations.
CLOD ENSEMBLE create provocative, finely crafted performance and participation projects driven by movement and music. For over 25 years, director Suzy Willson and composer Paul Clark have developed a highly original performance language, in collaboration with dancers, actors, musicians, medics, architects and orchestras.
MAKE HAPPY is a creative facilitation and innovation consultancy. They bring strategic thinking, complex problem solving and creative facilitation to the heart of every business. Working with a team of sector experts, they operate in close partnership with their clients to help them solve their biggest problems and take advantage of their opportunities.
TOMORROW PR is a London based communications agency working on design & architecture projects worldwide. With global expertise and an international perspective, Tomorrow PR creates campaigns that are insightful, engaging and strategic – but above all, campaigns that have impact and deliver results.
EUDON CHOI is a fashion designer who takes inspiration from art, architecture and historical figures, effortlessly combining masculine tailoring with a feminine sensibility.
Since launching his eponymous label in 2009, Eudon has become a regular fixture at London Fashion Week.
TROPICAL ISLES is a professional award-winning carnival arts organisation
Their year-round activity nurtures the artistic skills and creativity of the many young people they work with. It also provides a safe and supportive meeting place, a network of friends, and mentoring for young people from Hackney and surrounding areas.
LEA COLOMBO is a photographer and director originally from Cape Town, South Africa, and now based in London. Her work has been featured in Dazed & Confused, i-D, among others. Some of the commercial clients include Versace, Calvin Klein and Marni.
FRAME is a family-run framing business that started in 2014. Their team is made up of highly skilled craftspeople who are either artists themselves, or have a history in the museum and heritage sector, including the British Museum, Royal Academy and Tate.
AMELIA KARLSEN is a London Based Photographer and Image Maker.
[FOREIGN AFFAIRS] is a theatre company that focuses on translation and international cultural exchange and collaboration.
Working with a multinational ensemble and creative team, they bring stories from around the globe into unconventional spaces.
SALUS is a gym which offers personal training and nutritional advice to promote optimal health and body composition through hormonal balance.
GET DELUXE FILMS is run by Tom Welsh who grew up in the back of a van making tour films with bands. When he moved to London, he went into commercials & content.
K-STUDIO is a hair studio run by Keiichiro. Born and raised in Tokyo, Japan, his dream was always to become a hair stylist and to this end he began training full time when he was just 17. His editorial work has since appeared across the globe in publications such as Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Tatler, Sunday Times, Tush, and GQ.
PLASTIQUES is a photography studio run by photographer Lewis Ronald.
NOCTURNE UK. Nocturne’s jewellery embraces an eclectic aesthetic with a deep love of art at its core. Exploring bold colour combinations and intricate textures, they offer contemporary pieces with a confident, refined look. Versatile enough for day or evening, their handmade accessories impart an effortless dose of edgy glamour to any outfit.
Home, 50 Years of Social Housing In Hackney.
Home was a film we created for Hackney Council to celebrate 50 years of social housing in the borough. Home was shot and directed by Bafta winning director Colin O’tool and produced by Mill Co.
Topman lookbook film – commissioned by the Topman in house PR team as a new way to showcase the collection for press.
We worked with one of our advanced film maker Iain Finney who shot and edited this piece. It uses a 3D glitching effect which was new at the time.
Dr Martens – The Art of Industrial Manufacture