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A strategic design & marketing agency that turns everyday businesses into distinctive and compelling brands.

How we do it

We have a fantastic blend of experience and skills, including outstanding capabilities in marketing strategy, branding, creative design, web design & development and digital marketing.

Who we work with

We've been combining inspired ideas and intelligent implementation for over 15 years for SMEs, multinationals and charities.

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Our team just got a coach

Our team just got a coach

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Fellowship Productions Ltd

When he’s not busy working as a WordPress Developer, our latest recruit coaches Cockfield United’s goalkeepers.

Mike Onslow has over 10 years of agency experience, building bespoke WordPress and WooCommerce websites.

Mike’s favourite assignments include a website for Colchester Zoo, where he’s a regular visitor. Plus a challenging project for Freespace which involved a lot of admin area customisation, so the client can easily maintain, edit and use the complex blocks that make up their website.

When he’s not busy at work or out on the football field, you’ll often find Mike out with his wife exploring National Trust properties and hunting waterfalls.

Don’t mess with Alexander

Don’t mess with Alexander

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Fellowship Productions Ltd

Our new Digital Project Manager, Alexander Brewis, used to be a high ranking sword fencer in the men’s sabre.

He’s also a skilled voiceover artist. Last year he played Father Christmas in an ad for a US company that makes novelty socks.

Valuable as those skills are, they’re not why he got the job. He has an extensive background in software and IT, working as an App Developer and Support Technician before moving into Project Management.

A qualified Prince2 Practitioner, Alexander has delivered WordPress websites, software and apps to clients in a wide range of industries, including manufacturing and healthcare.

He’s clearly well suited for the ahem, cut and thrust of Fellowship work.

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