Over recent years, we have had the pleasure of meeting some brilliant people. But brilliant people have a habit of asking difficult questions, some of which we are still trying to find the answers to. Andy reflects on these difficult questions, and how answering them will help to steer us in the right direction.
Inspired by a recent folk music performance, Andy's latest article for the Sherborne Times muses on the importance of spaces that inspire the imagination, and the way that our natural desire to understand them can sometimes result in the loss of the magical quality that made them special in the first place.
It’ easy to fall into the trap of thinking that creativity only happens during the early stages of a project. Andy explores where this thinking stems from, and how we can find opportunities for creativity everywhere if we just look hard enough.
In his latest article for the Sherborne Times, Andy explores the way in which our methods change how we approach the problems at hand, and how sometimes the key is not what you include - but what you choose to leave out.
Dave Trott is a guru of the ad world; he's a master of creativity himself and pretty good at recognising when it happens in the wild. This compendium of brilliant examples of creativity in action will be useful for anyone wanting to up their game, whatever your game happens to be.
Every week we have an office catch-up where we get together and talk about what we’ve been working on and the challenges we have faced. This week the challenges were particularly interesting, so we thought we’d write them down.
Earlier this month, three of my friends and I took on the challenge of cycling 910 miles from Lands End to John O Groats. Having been back for a few days I have had the chance to think about why I ride, and what it means to me.
This is how it all began. I listened, whilst sipping a cocktail, as my friend outlined an ambitious and exciting plan for developing a business and it seemed that there may be a place in the middle of this for me!