Category Archives: Projects

These are a few of the projects I’ve done. I’m adding a couple a day for the next few weeks, but it should give you an idea.

Extraordinary, Everyday Barossa

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WINNER OF THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AUSTRALIA AWARD 2016 For Best Marketing & Promotional Campaign. An amazing piece of news. Our little project has won this huge award, beating off hundreds of other entries (some of them very big budget) to win the prestigious Econominc Development Australia Awards 2016 Best Marketing & Promotional Campaign. The reason? […]

Barossa Cycling Event

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I have a lot of connections with The Barossa Valley in South Australia. I’ve visited 3 times for work, and have worked on branding projects there, as well as with towns and communities on Totally Locally stuff. It feels like a second home to me, and I’ve made loads of friends there. So when I […]

Stockton Riverside College Re Brand

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I was commissioned to undertake a full re brand for Stockton Riverside College and its associated sixth form college, SRC Bede Sixth Form. Based in Stockton-on-Tees and Billingham, the college didn’t have a great historic reputation but over the previous two years had really turned around, achieving an Ofsted Good, and an increasingly good reputation […]

Valley of Lights – Award Winning Flood Recovery Project

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VALLEY OF LIGHTS – WINNER OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT APSE AWARD 2013 – Best Community & Neighbourhood Initiative in The UK The Valley of Lights was a project designed specifically to improve the Local Economy of the Calderdale Upper Valley area after the terrible floods of the summer of 2012. Totally Locally was commissioned by […]

Barnsley College

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A full re brand for Barnsley College – one of the UK’s highest performing FE Colleges. It is an outstanding college (Ofsted) but the people of the area didn’t know it. This was due to long held perceptions of the college’s past, and also the stigma of “being in Barnsley”. So the re brand was […]