We have over a decade’s experience working with diverse clients; developing communications strategy, branding, promotions, publication and display; producing online and digital solutions; and undertaking design research.
We specialise working in the areas of education and research, environment and sustainability, social justice, ethical business, culture and the arts. Clients have included leading educational institutes and research entities, local government and social change agencies, international ngos, as well as community organisations and startups.
We tailor our approach to suit your specific requirements and budget.
Let's talk: send us an email or call +64 (0)22 0689033.
Current and previous clients:
Auckland Regional Transport Authority / Australian Centre for Culture Environment and Space / Brain Research NZ / Connected Media Trust / Cycling Advocates Network / Department of Conservation / Diabetes Projects Trust / Global Climate Change Week / Fisher Gallery / High-Value Nutrition (National Science Challenge) / MindBody Trust / New Zealand Geographical Society / North Shore City Council / NZ Association of Psychotherapists / NZ Peace Foundation / Papakura District Council / Papakura Museum / PhotoForum NZ / Screen Industry Guild Aotearoa NZ / South Pacific Whale Research Consortium / Te Punaha Matatini / Touch Compass Dance Trust / University of Auckland / Waitemata District Health Board
Who we are
Justin has extensive experience working on wide-ranging communications projects across print, branding and promotions, to web, multimedia, photography and digital video. In NZ he’s for local government, NGOs and change agencies, education providers and research organisations, and arts and culture organisations. In the UK he acted as design and production manager for international development agency Christian Aid, and has worked in design roles in Australia and Ireland.
Justin has been actively involved with organisations and networks promoting social justice and sustainability, (including 350 Aotearoa, Intersect NZ, Global Climate Change Week) as well as working in community youth development. He has also served as a lecturer and examiner across a number of university design programmes both in New Zealand and Australia. He holds a postgraduate degree in design, a BA in sociology/anthropology, and an MA in cultural geography.
Stuart is a trained electronics engineer and photographer, and manages the technical development of projects. Well versed in both commercial and open-source web development technologies, he has been developing web and database applications since 1995. Using both custom-coded functionality and open-source API's such as Google Maps, he has co-developed web-based tools for energy behaviour-change, survey data management and information display.
Working as a photographer, Stuart has focused on cultural and indigenous issues. He has been a participant and documentor of a number of Hikoi, and has documented and written about Maori and Pasifika cultural arts. His current, more abstract work, explores uncertainty within an uncertain landscape. He has also been actively involved with PhotoForum, an online portal for NZ photographers, for over 18 years, co-organising several large exhibitions and managing their website (until 2017).