Not many people know this, but Tony and Vickie work from their office aboard a 61ft narrowboat The Watchman, travelling extensively on the UK’s inland waterways network. As working environments go it’s hard to beat, especially during the spring and summer when the canal is teeming with ducklings and cygnets.
We know enough about zoo visitors to understand that they are not all the same.
We jumped at the chance to work with Welsh Mountain Zoo on their Snow Leopard project because, well, who wouldn’t?
You’ve probably guessed that Tony and Vickie are dedicated animal lovers and work closely with welfare and conservation organisations all over the world.
Our work with the Reptile and Exotic Pet Trade Association is probably the most important project in the portfolio, largely because the documents we produce are influential at such a high level.
Not many people know that, in a previous life, Tony worked with reptiles.
We do tend to get involved in some weird and wonderful projects, but this was one of the most random commissions we’ve ever undertaken.
Our love of reptiles means we often get to work closely with reptile welfare organisations, such as the National Centre for Reptile Welfare.
Tony started his writing career as a magazine journalist and still produces features for a range of titles and topics.
The team at Cardigan Castle gave us free rein on this project with a very simple brief. “Create for us the best wedding brochure you’ve ever seen!”