The Creativity Series – Part 1

Creativity sits at the heart of Kingdom & Sparrow – and though our work is pretty diverse, creative thinking, designing and producing is the common thread that runs through it all.

This creativity doesn’t stop at our designers, either. From project manager to client director, every member of our team exercises their creativity both in the studio, and out of it.

For the next three weeks, we’re shining a spotlight on the creative projects that our team are involved with outside of the Kingdom & Sparrow studio. First up, our client and project management team…

Hometown Journal by Hannah Bevan
InFalmouth Magazine by Hannah Bevan
Hannah Bevan with InFalmouth Magazine

Hannah, Client Director

Since Hannah joined us several years ago, it’s become apparent that she can fit a lot into her free time! She works her socks off both in and out of the studio – she founded, writes, edits, manages, and sources advertising and illustrators for the local magazine, inFalmouth. Hannah publishes up to three issues a year, and as if that didn’t keep her busy enough – she’s just written a book. Hometown, a creative journal, encourages people to see the beauty of where they live through different creative exercises – it’s a real joy.

Loom with thread on close up
Woven cushion covers 60s patterns

Bobbie, Project Manager

Bobbie joined us in 2019 having made the leap from London to Falmouth – bringing yet another traditional craft to the K&S team skillset. Bobbie creates hand-woven fabrics on her loom at home, inspired predominantly by her love of 60’s Pop Art. She sells bespoke cushions, and has an Instagram page dedicated to her weaving – she does a beautiful job. When she’s not weaving however, Bobbie can be found in her allotment, harvesting a bountiful crop of homegrown veg!

Tilly, Communications Manager

Having studied English Literature at uni, it’s not all that shocking that her creative outlet takes the form of sinking into a good book. For Tilly, bliss is spending an entire day reading about events of an entirely different world – from crime thrillers to classic novels to sci-fi fantasy. The vastness of Tilly’s reading list is always beneficial in the office – copywriting, whatever the tone, often comes naturally.
Book and reading glasses next to a succulent