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Gas Associates is a multi-disciplinary creative agency based in London. We work across a range of media and with clients from many sectors of industry.With over 20 years of design experience and innovation particularly in the music, entertainment & lifestyle industries we’ve held on to what we feel is important – quality of work and providing effective design solutions. We like to see ourselves as a small, flexible, fast-moving team with big ideas.We have formed creative networks, which enable us to work collaboratively with different teams. Depending on each project we can provide relevant and original solutions to connect your brand with people. Our varied portfolio offers a complete range of graphic design / art direction / brand creation / identity development / interactive design / copywriting / photography & illustration.
The Beggars Group is the home of 4AD, Matador, Rough Trade Records, XL Recordings and Young Turks.
Co-founder & creative director of lifestyle company Fifi and Ally. The company won Glasgow Business awards’ most Entrepreunerial company in 2006 and the retail side of the business was ranked amongst the top 100 stores in the world by 2007. Nominated for Scottish Tastemaker of the year in 2007, & Scots Business Woman of the Year in 2008. I also won an award in the same year at the Scottish Style Awards. By 2009 the company was the winner of The Drum “Cool Brands” Leisure & Tourism category & rated as one of the top 10 rising stars & ones to watch by The Scotsman in January 2009.