Over the last year we've been working on curating, writing and designing a book called Salt of Southend-on-Sea. The book features twenty four interviews with various people, families and groups who live and work in Southend.
We recently ran a poll in the office - Pizza or Burgers? Those of us who aren't children decided that Burgers were the only natural choice. And when it comes to burgers there's only one place we go - Henry Burgers.
GEA or Geotechnical and Environmental Associates were founded in 2003. They are an experienced geotechnical and contaminated land consultant providing a national service from two offices.
What a lovely time was had by the Grow gang at Village Green this year.
We’ve only gone and done a brand spanking new issue of TRAWLER - our independent-minded, community-generated print publication showcasing all the loveliness of Leigh and the surrounding area.
Interning at Grow has been insightful and fun. Although I study Fashion Promotion, I’ve decided to take the Graphic Design route, so when it came to my placement unit project I wanted to gain experience at a design agency. Being welcomed into the small team was scary at first because I really didn't know what it would be like, but I felt so comfortable working with everyone. Not only have I learned loads of valuable things that will come in handy for future projects at uni and beyond, I have also experienced what it is like working with real clients.
Last week we upped sticks and moseyed on down the road. Given the advice to “wear scruffy stuff to move in”, Liam took that as an opportunity to dress like he was straight out of the Walking Dead, chore coats and baseball caps all round, Rich drew a line at the neckerchief however…
Last night, the lovely folk at Metal hosted their Future Park. A networking and information sharing evening for practicing artists, working in all disciplines, from across South East Essex. As well as working here at Grow, I am the style editor at the Chap magazine.