In War Can There Be Murder?

As media people it's unbelievable how social media and video sharing sites are being used to tell stories that once relied on big national newspapers. Watergate scandals no longer need newspapers, just "journalists' who are prepared to tell the story. The issue is that today we...

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Red Bull Music Academy Withdrawal

So if you haven’t been living under a rock (or you simply attempt to avoid any kind of media on your commute) you’ll probably have seen something about the Red Bull Music Academy, which has been in London for the last five weeks. It’s always difficult...

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The Times Are Changing

It seems to be that we're about to enter another digital era and we can't help but feel that technology has woven it's way into almost every fabric of our daily lives, to the point where we're living out the Matrix. The traditions we held as...

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Staff Shortages During Recession?

We're being told that there's a shortage of talent available for selection. Yet we're meant to be in our deepest recession and have the highest unemployment we've had for 20 years. Now something doesn't quite add up. Is it that Clients like Red Bull, Cadbury, Nando's and...

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Golden Oldie Balls

Not that we are jealous that Becks metatarsal/ankle have received more column inches in the last 8 years than some of our well planned, expertly delivered PR campaigns, but is anyone else not that fussed that David Beckham is out of the World Cup this...

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Rachel Stevens A Million Lips For Flake

To celebrate Flake’s A Million Lipsticks promotion with Benefit we held a stunning party at One Marylebone in London. A beautiful venue made even more beautiful with Rachel Stevens posing as a contemporary ballerina in a giant music box. By using the magic of technology (actually...

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Is The 6 Nations Worth Playing?

With injured players filling up physio's rooms at injury-laden clubs across the country, there was talk last autumn of the concept British and Irish Lions being redundant as a modern-day, touring test side. "Too many injuries" they said. "Too expensive" they said. Well, even the...

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A Full House

A busy week again with the photoshoot for La Maison Fontaine on Monday and Tuesday. We've got some beautiful shots in the bag, as well as some amazing new cocktails. Everyone's getting very excited and it's looks like the 19th March at Shoreditch House is...

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The LTA Needs Some (New) Balls

Another weekend, another disappointment in British tennis. Britain's loss in this weekend's Davis Cup marks the teams worst run of form ever, with five straight losses putting us on the brink of  group of death: Europe / Africa Zone Group Three. You can't blame Andy Murray...

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