About us

We’re a full-service digital content and social agency using insight and imagination to get people stuck on you.

20 years ago when we started out, sticky content meant keeping people on your website for as long as possible. Now the destination is the user, we make content that sticks with people wherever they they go.

We’ve worked with 54 of the current FTSE 100 companies - from financial services, to retailers, consumer brands and a range of B2B industries.

At the moment our consultants are working on global governance for a major bank, designers are making Instagram content for a drinks brand, and our strategists are supporting a utility company with a new brand proposition. Our native ads team, meanwhile, are distributing sponsored editorial for a well-known DIY brand.

  • Analysis
  • Insights
  • Planning
  • Ideation
  • Native distribution
    • Copywriting
    • Social
    • Graphics
    • Video
    • Photography
    • Brand voice
    • Messaging
    • Governance
    • Training

      Our people

      We’re a group of creatives, strategists and friendly client services people, based in London and Yorkshire.

      Our creative team have diverse specialisms, from UX and digital copywriting, to animation, information design, film and journalism.

      Strategists come from the worlds of social, PR, digital marketing, media and brand.

      We have a flat structure and an open culture - the whole team comes together to solve client challenges.

      Emily Shelley

      Emily Shelley

      Managing Director

      Ben Reilly
      Dan Brotzel

      Dan Brotzel

      Content Director

      Dan Quarell

      Our partners

      We’re connected and collaborative. As part of a network of close-knit agencies in the Press Association Group and beyond, we work with a range of partners across disciplines - so we can support full-service projects and campaigns.

      We’re always happy to work alongside a roster of other agencies, and involve our clients in the creative process for the best results.