PEOPLE FROM EVERY CORNER OF THE CITY
From the smallest startups to the biggest events, we've worked with countless people, businesses, and organisations in Portsmouth and Southsea, across a wide range of media persuasions.
Click through to each client on the left (or tap the + icon above if you're on mobile) to see what we've done for them, and see our latest work in our media blog below.
We say it time and time again: social media is at the core of everything we do. When you put a lot of content out there for people to see, you’ve got to do it in a subtle and respectful way so that they don’t get overwhelmed! Especially if you’re marketing things.
It all comes down to story. Framing things as stories as key. It’s not about trying to hide that you’re trying to sell and promote things: it’s about framing that practice in an interesting, insightful, or helpful way.
Here are some examples of how we introduce subtly to our social media practices, with a strong focus on storytelling!
Spring is here, and the sun has arrived, making everything in Portsmouth look beautifully bright. For April, we’re taking things back to basics: the theme is ‘Colour’. We want you to get out in the benevolent rays and capture vibrant spectrums of colour!
Find colourful spots across the city and fill the frame with them. Snap splashes of colour at abstract angles — we want the end-of-month gallery to really burst out of the screen!
For our third monthly photography competition of the year, we encouraged people to get out and capture both the history and the modern urbanization of Portsmouth in single compositions, and 51 of you did just that.
There are a lot of myths floating around about using social media to promote your business, some of which might even stop people taking even the first steps into the realms of Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and the such. Time to dispel some of them.
We’ve been keeping ourselves busy over the past few weeks, planning, producing, shooting, and editing a new video for one of our favourite regional street food traders: Bubble&.
The theme of this year’s International Women's Day is 'Be Bold for Change', and we can think of so many women who fit this description, especially in the design realm — a field which myself and Jeeves are hugely passionate about.
International Women's Day celebrates the social, economical, cultural, and political achievements of women. Here’s a selection of some of the female designers who inspire and influence us on a daily basis.
Portsmouth is renowned for its fascinating history, and is quickly becoming recognised for its cultural growth and modern urbanisation. That’s why, wherever you walk in the city, you see clashes of past and present. It’s attention-grabbing, how many layers you can often see from any one point on our island.
So, ‘Old & New’ is our theme for March!
Video marketing is one of the leading forms of advertising, and has been for several years. If you’ve yet to start promoting yourself with video, you’ve fallen behind. Facebook feeds, Twitter timelines, Instagram streams, Snapchat stories, YouTube channels, and many other platforms are awash with an endless reel of video content.
At the heart of February is a celebration of love: Valentine’s Day. But don’t worry, we’re not expecting you to crack out the long lenses and snap couples and their Public Displays of Affection — that’d be a little weird.
Instead, we’ve chosen a broader theme of togetherness: ‘In Pairs’!