Looking back at our short summary video it certainly felt like 2015 whizzed by in 20.15 seconds.
A lot has happened in that relatively short space of time. We’ve said goodbye to a few people, hello to a few more, and welcomed Johnny Walker our new Head of Digital into the fold. We’ve been working hard to deliver some fantastic projects across our smörgåsbord of clients.
We rolled out another ‘Summer of Sport’ branding campaign for Broadgate Estates which dominated the summer months across The City. Phill was kept busy with plenty of digital and motion graphics work, creating campaigns for the likes of Pan Macmillan’s Lamentation, Orion’s James Bond novel Trigger Mortis, and online and TV advertising for massive game titles such as The Witcher 3, and F1 2015.
Johnny has been busy directing the creation of some exciting web sites, including The French Piste Project (as featured in The Telegraph) as well as sites for Dunhill, H&M and Accessorize. Not to mention web apps for Ex Machina, Suits, and Downton Abbey.
Andi was in his element writing and producing comics for Square Enix, which saw him working on Final Fantasy and the awesome Just Cause 3. This resulted in the studio being crammed with comic pages primed to explode! He also found the time to curate artwork from 35 internationally renowned artists for Bandai Namco’s 35th anniversary of Pac-Man.
Stuart has been sailing the good ship KM across some uncharted waters, amongst other things overseeing the rebrand of Footlocker’s 16 key European stores and taking the chequered flag in our end-of year go-karting competition.
So all in all, a fantastically creative year, it’s been diverse to say the least.
Roll on 20.16 indeed…