Integrity is dead! Long live integrity!

September 13th, 2018

 

About 4,600 million years ago, during the Precambrian Eon, enormous temperatures and pressures 90 miles below the surface of the Earth created diamonds. At roughly the same time, I finally finished with University for good and started working. One of the first things I was involved in was a rebrand for a very famous diamond… read more

 

Why going unnoticed could be the best outcome for your business

March 5th, 2018

 

A few months ago I was lucky enough to spend an evening with no-nonsense conservation crusader and broadcasting legend Chris Packham. Well, me and a town hall full of my closest friends. He was talking about nature photography and in particular his enthusiastic use of bokeh. I was enraptured, not only is Chris Packham one… read more

 

Why real engagement is a brain of two halves.

July 18th, 2017

 

Stepping out of the studio a few weeks ago I chanced to look up, hoping to see swifts dive-bombing across the sky I think, but there, beaming satellite-straight across the patch of blue right overhead was a different shape – higher up than a swift and much larger – a stiff flared-out M with a… read more

 

What the very Dickens is an information designer anyway?

February 10th, 2015

 

A couple of weeks ago I was stopped dead in my tracks by a piece of tissue paper. I was food shopping at the time and the tissue paper was wrapped around an orange. A blood orange. It was one of the decorative wrappers that fruit growers use to attract you towards their produce in… read more