In 2013 The Church of London Design – founders and former creative directors of Huck and Little White Lies magazine – re-branded to become Human After All. Human After All is a creative agency working with a range of international clients and on it's own self-initiated projects, which draw upon the company's heritage in design and independent publishing. Since March 2013 our client roster has grown to include The World Economic Forum, YouTube, Facebook, Everything Everywhere, Google, BAFTA, Jameson, Ministry of Sound, ZSL London Zoo, Philips and more.
I joined TCOLondon in 2011 to oversee the project management of the company's primary client project – Google's Think Quarterly. TCOLondon Design (later rebranded to Human After All) was responsible for the management of the project and the book's production. This included original content creation, the design of Think Quarterly and coordination of the delivery of personalised issues of the book to individual recipients around the globe. Select issues were also translated and published for audiences in Japan, Korea and China. The launch of Think Quarterly was covered by international press, including The Guardian, Wired and The Huffington Post. The publication was aimed at CEOs and CMOs and ran for seven issues. Whilst at the company I also established a project management function to enable the company to provide a successful client service for projects beyond Think Quarterly.
Whilst working at Met Film I was responsible for the development of the company's marketing materials and promotional activity. This included content development, production management for offline assets, event organisation and implementing press advertising campaigns. I was also responsible for orchestrating student film presence at international film festivals and managing graduate screening events.