Much of the summer of 2013 was spent working on the prospectus for Haileybury (or more properly Haileybury Imperial and Service College), a leading co-ed private school in Hertfordshire.
It’s been a while since I took part in a collaborative project with 26, the writer’s group I co-founded with seven others ten years ago.
Christmas seems to have come early at totalcontent. Last week we brought you Royal Mail’s Madonna and Child stamp presentation pack.
I’m really pleased to have contributed to this rather classy pack showcasing this year’s Madonna and Child Christmas stamps.
What a 17-year-old book on the language of technology means today.
On Saturday mornings, I’ll often be found in Leamington’s Oxfam Books and Music on Regent Street.
A small-but-satisfying job for the newly formed Supple Studio. This is the latest incarnation of the hugely talented and affable Jamie Ellul, latterly of Magpie.
On Wednesday, the totalcontent Twitter account had a new follower called Content Unlimited.
Just a quick nudge to let you know that the new Repeat Repeat website has gone live.
I held off from listening to the new David Bowie single for as long as I could. I wanted the media noise to die down and to make up my own mind. But I was also worried about being disappointed.
On Wednesday afternoon, I skipped along to IPC’s offices just behind Tate Modern, to hear a talk by my old mate, the commercials director Mark Denton.