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Author: Tory Clarkson

This week, a fascinating announcement from the BBC's R&D team caught our eye: "Imagine a world where the narrative, background music, colour grading and general feel of a drama is shaped in real time to suit your personality. This is called Visual Perceptive Media and we are...

From the brand that brought us Be Like Mike, comes this gem about Serena Williams. To us, Serena is the greatest female tennis player of all time. Better even than our own Jules Hewitt, which is really saying something. Really. But what of her future? In a few...

A lovely piece of content from Ballantine's about former Ryder Cup Captain Paul McGinley. We're fans of the genre, having made something similar ourselves, but this is an office favourite. We'll drink to that.  ...

You may well have read about some of our work for Lloyds Bank's 250th anniversary. If not, then now is the perfect opportunity to read more. Friday saw the latest headline event in their milestone year campaign, and if we say so ourselves, it was a...

Nike have this week launched #BetterForIt, a campaign to encourage more women to take up sport and exercise, which follows in the footsteps of Sport England's recent This Girl Can campaign. Their 70" launch film feels inclusive, personal and inspiring, appealing both to women who are new...

The team were pretty excited to hear that insurance website Comparethemarket is taking over Orange Wednesdays to create Meerkat Movies - we love the talkies. It'll be a tough job to follow on from this bunch, but with a name that rolls off the tongue like Meerkat Movies,...

You’ve no doubt heard about the Accrington Stanley sell-out. 250 tickets for a 3rd round FA Cup tie with Manchester United. Priced very reasonably at £20. Only, it was a fixture that was never going to happen – because Accrington Stanley had been knocked out...