- Saved by the Search: How Munya Chawawa learned pottery the hard wayThe new episode of our Youtube content series ‘Saved by the Search’ features internet sensation Munya Chawawa who manages to almost make a piece of Roman pottery. Key word: almost. The trick: he is only allowed three Google Searches.
- Skateboarding and the power of communitySkateboarding is more sought after than ever, but for those who don’t feel represented in the predominantly male skate culture, giving skateboarding a go can feel quite intimidating. That’s why Marie started Skate Gals & Pals, a collective of skaters from marginalised communities. Together they have carved out a safe and diverse space within the skateboarding world.
- A Search Story: Jodie Harsh about the LGBTQ+ nightlife scene“There's a place for you, where you can fit in, where you can be yourself and where you will feel like you're at home.” Jodie Harsh talks about the LGBTQ+ nightlife scene as a powerful space where creativity, glamour and self-expression collide.
- A Search Story: Walking Football as a way towards better mental healthMarking Men’s Mental Health Week, the first video of the A Search Story series deals with the topics of old age, mental health and loneliness and how the game of walking football isn't just about physical health, but mental health too.
- Curl Generations by The Curl Talk ProjectThe interviews of The Curl Talk Project showed that one of the reasons which causes women to hate their natural hair is the lack of positive intergenerational communications within families when it comes to coils and curls. Family members using terms like ‘coarse’, ‘high-maintenance’, ‘unprofessional’ or ‘difficult’ to define textured hair clearly has an impact on young girls who unfortunately grow up having internalised these negative messages, becoming women with low self-esteem. To raise aw
- The Curl Talk ProjectThe Curl Talk Project is a ‘portoflio of experiences’ gathering curly haired women life stories and experiences. Through interviews and testimonials, we try to identify the link between natural hair and the notions of identity, femininity, race, diversity and representation. We also explore how centuries of negative messaging towards textured hair are still impacting generations of women today. Main achievements include: ° Organising sold out panel events and managing the communications proces
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- Dive In FestivalGong Creative was asked to create a brand identity for a diversity and inclusion festival, an initiative of The Inclusion@Lloyd’s Group, a joint initiative between the Corporation of Lloyd’s and the Lloyd’s Market Association. The name Dive In (Diversity and Inclusion) was developed and a colourful sploosh was used across the festival merchandise and marketing collaterals. A website and app was also created. To date, Dive In has won or been shortlisted for 12 awards, including Marketing Week’s
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- Brand Activation
- Campaign Management
- Media Relations
- Event Management