The Catholic Student Network have a mission close to our hearts: to support a renewal of the Catholic faith on UK university campuses. Creating a website that could practically facilitate this mission was a challenge. We began with a full rebrand, keeping the university student audience in mind, and constructed clear pathways around their main objectives; to connect, equip and empower the Catholic students of the UK.
Since 2008, the Charles Plater Trust, guided by Catholic Social Teaching, has funded over fifty social justice and education projects, helping to make a real difference in the UK! This project gave us the opportunity to create a bespoke website encompassing clearly defined user journeys, a seamless application system, and a platform for content-rich good news stories and resources on Catholic Social Teaching.
After 800 years on British soil, The Order of Preachers dedicated a year to celebrate their ministry through events, evangelisation, pilgrimage and, of course, preaching. Working as their creative partners for this period, we had the honour of framing the Dominican Jubilee through an online exposure campaign.
The Jesuits in Britain province website was an incredible opportunity and challenge, with so much history, so many events, so much work and a transformative spirituality to communicate. The phrase ‘contemplatives in action’ (often used to describe Jesuits) became our cornerstone as we built around their spirituality and work, finding dynamic ways to bring their amazing history to life too.
In the heart of Soho is a beautiful mission established in 1792. Through prayer, evangelisation, and service to the poor, the team at St Patrick's hold the Catholic faith firmly in challenged space. In 2020, in the midst of the global pandemic, St Patrick's team approached us to bring their ministry to new life online. Having built their digital identity and website, we are proud to be their creative partner, working closely with them to reach their online parish.
Growing a joyful and invitational community of disciples through the cobbled streets of Richmond is St Elizabeth’s parish. Their diverse offering of engagement opportunities coupled with their spirit of welcome was a perfect foundation for the creation of a digital presence. We were delighted to have the opportunity to create for them a website as diverse and welcoming as their parish.
Stories from those studying and serving in St Mary’s College, Oscott have been told for decades through their annual publication, The Oscotian. We are proud to be the designers of this timeless magazine in 2019, 2020, and 2021.
Seeking to raise funds to support persecuted Catholics in the Middle East, Aid to the Church in Need partnered with The London Oratory Schola to host an evening of carols at Brompton Oratory, London. With the challenges of coronavirus restrictions in place, we had the pleasure of recording and producing a film of the entire event, to share with their supporters and followers.
In the global shift to digital during the coronavirus pandemic, Jesuit Collections sought to bring their exhibitions to life in a new way. We began working with them for their first exhibition, “How Bleedeth Burning Love”, where we created an immersive web-based experience using imagery from their archives and an audio commentary.
With the appointment of a new Master, The Guild of Our Lady of Ransom approached us with the challenge of communicating their 125-year long mission in a contemporary way. As creative partners, we began by redesigning their digital identity in branding and website development. We have since established a long-term strategy that, managed by our team, will seek to bring new life to the Guild through digital exposure; growing their member base and equipping evangelists with the tools they need.
This beautiful church on the highstreet of Canning Town is home to a vibrant Catholic community, serving their neighbours in prayer, truth, and radical generosity. It's our privilege to work alongside their team and enable them to share their mission online.
Within our creative partnership with the London Oratory School, we had the pleasure of answering the question “how can we show prospective parents our school in lockdown?”. Our response was to create the most immersive experience of the school we could, through a new dedicated website hosting walkthrough footage and video interviews produced by our team.
Founded in the tradition of St Philip Neri and St John Henry Newman, The London Oratory School stands as a respectful and joyful example of outstanding Catholic education. To reflect the beauty, charisms, and exceptional standards of the school, we worked alongside their leadership team to create a distinctive new website for supporting current pupils and welcoming new ones.
Intending to reinforce the Benedictine teachings of virtue in the hearts of their students, Worth School approached us to aid them on a communication project. Together with their team, we discerned innovative methods of bringing these timeless virtues to life in the school. We produced an array of new designs for use throughout their grounds, and constructed a video series for continued engagement through the coronavirus pandemic.
“Prayer”, “formation”, and “mission”. These words echo through the work and ministry of Arundel and Brighton Diocese, and are what we built their new centralised website around. With a vision to bring their departments under one digital roof, the diocese tasked us with the project of creating a new website, a work we were honoured to bring our team’s talents.
At Westminster Abbey In 1381, King Richard II offered a prayer dedicating England to the Virgin Mary. In a reimagining of this ancient vow, The Catholic National Shrine of Our Lady at Walsingham sought to unite the faithful of our country by inviting them to make this dedication once again. In conceiving, constructing, and running the campaign ‘Behold 2020’, we captured a nation’s attention who, from their homes, collectively prayed together on March 29th 2020.
How should we react as creative Catholics when our world goes into lockdown and our Churches are closed? With this question looming over our team in March 2020, we created Faith in Isolation, an original Peter’s House campaign of prayer resources and podcasts to accompany those disconnected from their communities and churches.
The beauty and richness of both faith and architecture at Farm Street Church has captivated and inspired visitors since its founding in 1849. Today, their ministry in sharing the Catholic faith and serving those in need has created a vibrant hub of faith in central London. We are immensely grateful for the opportunity to develop for them a new website, communicating their mission and capturing the beauty of their church.
Humbly positioned off of a lively high street is the parish church of St Margaret’s in Twickenham, a place of faith, welcome, and encounter for the local community. With a vision to create a platform to engage the parish community online, we were proud to develop a new website and visual identity for their ministry.
Rumours began in late 2018, that the Vatican would canonise the profound nineteenth-century Englishman, John Henry Newman. When we were approached, just weeks before the canonisation date was due to be announced, we had an incredible challenge and opportunity before us. Working with The Oratories of England, and The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales, we orchestrated a global media campaign, reaching millions. Our team coordinated and managed multiple Roman events surrounding the canonisation, and worked with The Papal Household to manage the canonisation itself, which gathered almost 100,000 attendees.
Victorious Bistro set out to be a place of warm hospitality for the pilgrim wandering down the holy mile in Little Walsingham, Norfolk. Creating a space of welcome, service, and hearty meals, Victorious has become a memorable rest stop for those who travel through. Our team had the great joy of working alongside the young family owners to create a website as welcoming as their restaurant.
The parish of Our Lady and St Joseph in North London sits among the diverse, vibrant, and edgy streets of Hackney and Islington. Embracing these tones of youthful character, the parish is an active beating heart of the community, serving with faith, hospitality and creativity. We’re proud to be their creative partner and to support their ministry online.