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People we work with

Clients

 

Shapeshifter, a health retreat in Peru, had a specific vision in mind when we started working together. Through our creative and innovative collaboration, we managed to bring this vision to life with exceptional results. The site is fresh, innovative and dynamic and their clients are already rolling in.

Environment

We work with environmental groups and causes, particularly animal and ocean rescue to raise awareness, about what is happening around the globe. This includes whale strandings, how to get involved, grant applications, and the compelling message to keep our earth clean of plastic and waste.  Read our latest article Plastic Whale.

Let's Get it Om, a start-up health, wellness and coaching business, was at the beginning of the creative process. We provided end-to-end brand and company naming input, website design and content.

traveller reviews

We write reviews for all types of accommodation, specifically gourmet traveller-style 5 star hotels, bars and restaurants. Read our latest review on Fairmont Resort MGallery by Sofitel. 

Ways to Come Home

We write for others - but we also write for ourselves!  Our CEO, Kate, had a sensational hit with her book Ways to Come Home, shortlisted for the 2017 Finch Memoir Prize.  A book about the self, transformation and finding our way home to ourselves. Buy the Book via Simon & Schuster.

Amanda Rae

Amanda Rae published a book of lyrics, prose and poems called Words. We worked closely with her to develop an introduction that would simply set the perfect tone for the rest of her book.

See sample writing below.

Tea & Travels

We write for others - but we also write for ourselves!  Our CEO, Kate, had a sensational hit with her novella about travel, love and life.  A perfect light summer read. Buy the Book on Amazon. 

FORWARD

Words (a book of poetry)

SAMPLE EXTRACT


One afternoon during the winter of 1999, Amanda sat on her childhood pink bedspread in a bedroom that overlooked an old maple tree and wrote her first entry, fittingly titled, ‘This Book’.  She was, at the time, I imagine seeing some areas of her life come to a head. She was moving, relocating heart and hearth, leaving behind people and places that had entwined themselves for the past few decades, inextricably into the part she called myself – and to break away from the places that give you anchor – can feel like the greatest step of all.

With exquisite vulnerability, each entry leads us through the pathway tracked from cove to cove, as she navigates by the soul’s only true North Star – the self. In ‘I Know’, the final poem, she brings this vividly into focus, with one line that holds the essence of the journey -

It’s so nice to be alive again


These are reminder words. Of day, and breath, and what it means to turn like the seasons – sweet spring, blossoming summer, nostalgic autumn and the wild wetness and hibernation that is needed, sometimes, as we encounter the winter of our lives.