Tanya Brookes- Client Director
Tanya started her career working in fashion at Conde Nast Publications for Vogue, Tatler, GQ, The Face, Brides and Setting Up Home magazines as an Editorial Business Co-ordinator before moving into Marketing. With more than 20 years' marketing and project management experience both on the client and agency side, Tanya's extensive experience in marketing and branding has helped many companies and charities thrive.
The brand relaunch of Philadelphia cheese (the first in its 20 year history) for Kraft. Radio Times, Barclays, Lloyds of London, Llyds TSB.BPE solicitors, Ashburton,Kenwood.
Branding and Packaging projects:
Duke of Edinburgh's Award, Zyliss kitchen wear products- packaging,
Kenwood Kitchen appliances packaging, Dutch baby food brand Olvarit and Bambix part of Danone group, Mira showers packaging, Cow &Gate.
Westons Cider -Old Rosie, M&Co fashion retailer, JCB explore, PC World subbrand. Midcounties Coperative- online healthcare and funerals, plus guidance on company rebrand.Pinstripe Accountancy
Charity clients included:
CAFOD, Leukaemia Research, Woodland Trust, Duke of Edinburgh's Award, IFAW- International Fund for Animal welfare, Royal Voluntary Services, Global Angels, Linc- Leukaemia .
Rob Brookes - Creative Director
Rob is an award-winning creative designer with over 30 years' experience designing for prestigious brands such as Barclays, Box Brewery, C&G, Macmillan, National Geographic, Amnesty International and the British Heart Foundation. His design skills extend from initial concept to polished final execution, across digital and print. Rob is also an experienced illustrator and photography art director.
The new brand for the award-winning Box Steam Brewery, which included implementation across packaging, point of sale, bar pumps and web, utilising Rob's concept, illustration, Mac and digital skills.
Marketing comms for Friends of the Earth, winning a national award.
Art direction and illustration for the award-winning Amnesty Shell campaign.
Developed all creative over a four year period for CAFOD to increase their donor base. This also included a legacy program and what was new then, the alternative gift catalogue known as 'World Gifts'.