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We are a team of collaborators, masters, expert communicators, miracle workers, passionate culture vultures, thinkers, and creatives. Some of the best in the business.




“Anyone who knew my treasured friend Edmond Safra was keenly aware that he was a remarkable person: thoughtful, welcoming, intelligent. With this definitive account of his life, a broader audience can marvel at his accomplishments, remember his enduring contributions, and carry forward the lessons of a life lived with purpose and humility.” — Elton John […]

London’s hottest production studios, Sugar Studios, announces new female-led team

PRESS RELEASE London’s hottest production studios, Sugar Studios, announces new female-led team Associate Director Jo Wallace leading the growing team of creatives Clients include Dior x Harrods, Palace Skateboards x Calvin Klein, Lethal Bizzle, Nike, Mimi Webb, Disney, John Lewis and many more Spaces include one of London’s biggest infinity coves, a green screen and […]

The Bradford Literature Festival Creative Economic Conference 2022 Line-up Revealed

Sir Peter Bazalgette, Andy Haldane, and Tracy Brabin to deliver keynotes Exploring themes including Levelling up in the North, Digital Currency, Art and Activism, Universal Basic Income, Digital Poverty, The Future of TV, and more   Tracy Brabin (Mayor of West Yorkshire), Shiv Chowla (Senior Manager for Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) Bank of England), […]

Henley Festival: 15th-19th September 2021

On Wednesday night Henley Festival – the UK’s only black tie festival – returned after a break of 2 years due to Covid. Headlining the festival were Ska band Madness, who celebrated by bringing founder of the band and legendary saxophonist Lee Thompson’s mother on stage. Henley Festival is the only festival in the UK to have a floating stage which is built on top of the River Thames, and is also the only festival in the UK when festival goers arrive by boat.