We are a digital communications and creative agency based in Brighton.
We create events, art exhibitions, installations, marketing, PR, and social media campaigns to engage the unengaged. Our 3D scanning & 3D printing, photography, website design, video, graphic design and copy writing delight the disillusioned.
We provide highly skilled bespoke project teams to turn your dreams into reality. Think of us as the Swiss army knife that helps you thrive in the digital media jungle (though we won't fit in your pocket and we're not actually Swiss).
Find out more about what we do.
We've worked with organisations big and small, including charities and the almighty mass media. Here are some of our favourite projects:
Lord (Richard) Attenborough tribute
We produced a projection mapping show at the Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts, working in partnership with 3Dify, Nina Dunn of somethingGraphic who designed the projection, and This World Productions. This was a commission for the University of Sussex. Find out more about the projection show.
Developing Dreams helped establish tech start-up 3Dify. The wizards at 3Dify create immersive experiences using emerging technology. They designed and built a novel 3D scanning system for our Break the Mould installation - UK's first 3D body scanning and 3D printing art installation. 3Dify was featured as one of 'The best British tech start-ups' by the Observer and has received a huge amount of media coverage and interest from the arts, creative, digital and manufacturing industries. We helped secure an Innovate UK grant.
Break the Mould
UK's first 3D body scanning and 3D printing art installation designed by Developing Dreams, Emilia Telese, and 3Dify where you can walk inside a giant woman sculpture, get scanned and watch yourself being 'reborn' on a 3D printer. For the first time people were able to see themselves in 3D on a screen and as a mini sculpture. During the Brighton Digital Festival, it was viewed by approximately 60,000 people, and featured by 35 media outlets.Watch a 4min film by Sarita Frit.
World AIDS Day
Hospitality Guild PR campaign
Developing Dreams led on a major PR campaign around the launch of Asian and Oriental Centres of Excellence resulting in extensive nationwide and international media coverage. More than 50 media outlets featured the story with an audience reach of 75M.
Hospitality Guild brand and communications strategy
Developing Dreams helped set up the Hospitality Guild, a government funded initiative. We developed and implemented a brand and communications strategy, social media plan of action, provided copy for collateral, newsletters, and the original website.
Hospitality Guild collateral
Developing Dreams researched and designed an infographic, provided images, graphic design and quirky copy for a leaflet aimed at young people looking for a career as a chef. The leaflet was distributed to Jobcentre Plus offices and recruitment events nationwide.
Brighton Maker Faire
Brighton Maker Faire the largest arts and crafts festival in the South of England. Developing Dreams helped with the PR and marketing of the event in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Approximately 80 media outlets including TV, radio, print and news websites covered the event and 3000 people attended every year.
Tree of Life sculpture
Prior to setting up Developing Dreams, co-founder Kati Byrne project managed the creation of the Tree of Life sculpture (a commission for the British Museum and Christian Aid), and led on a major nationwide PR campaign. Audience reach: 147M, advertising value equiv. £400,000. The campaign won a PRWeek Award. The project was supported by the Arts Council England.
Present Aid radio campaign
While working for Christian Aid, Kati Byrne led on Present Aid's PR campaign inc. an innovative carol (made out of sounds that could be associated with charity gifts), which attracted the support of top two UK percussionists Dame Evelyn Glennie and Shovell. It was broadcast by 40 radio stations. Audience reach: 36M, ad value equiv. £208,000. Present Aid raised £13M in 5 years.
Mo.tion photography exhibition
Our exhibition Mo.tion was shown in London and at the Brighton Photo Fringe Festival. It was reviewed by ePHOTOzine, UK's leading photography site, and featured in Digital Photography Now, and Photoanswers, the website of Practical Photography and Digital Photo magazines.
While working for Christian Aid, Kati Byrne proposed and project managed the creation of Freedom!, a sculpture by Haitian artists, as a commission for the International Slavery Museum which resulted in extensive media coverage. Audience reach was 23M and ad value equivalency of the coverage was £153,000.The project was supported by the Arts Council England.
Under the West Pier
Like it or loathe it (we definitely like it), the skeletal remains of Brighton's West Pier are an iconic symbol of Brighton's faded grandeur that plays host to wild seas, stunning sunsets, and beautiful starling murmurations. We provided photography of artefacts at the first West Pier sale for the West Pier Trust and Brighton news websites.