More Human Branding

I’ve been spending a bit of time thinking about brands and brains. What makes us human and how brands grow in the human mind? And the result is a simple provocation… It’s based on the observation over the years that many businesses in some market sectors genuinely struggle with some big concepts that feel (to them, rightly or wrongly)… risky, … Read More

London Adrenaline

I took this shot the other week from Albert Bridge, near Chelsea. It’s deceiving. The Thames flowing through its heart…calm, serene & unchanging. It’s everything that London actually isn’t. What makes London one of/the most stimulating, imaginative & cosmopolitan places on the planet, and one of /the world’s greatest city, is precisely the fast-paced, high octane, ever-changing nature of the … Read More

A mortality theory of catch up TV

I never watch enough TV. And contrary to popular belief, I actually think great TV has never been in better health. The problem is time. We only have so much of it to divide up amongst the people we love and the people who pay us (even if its our own company that we work for). So, chances are you’re … Read More

Tuckers Criminal Solicitors

Tuckers claim to defend more suspects held in police custody than any other law firm in England and Wales. But what is most interesting about this firm, is the refreshingly ‘hard-man’ aura around their own promotion. It appears that perhaps for the first time, law–abiding solicitors wish not to obviously look like law-abiding solicitors. In the advert featured, its not … Read More