Struggling to manage a flood of images? You are not alone. Stuart Attwood explains how the right tool for the job can make your life so much easier.
As long as I’ve been working in sustainability communications, there have been two words on everyone’s lips: Case studies. But there aren’t enough of them. How can you get started?
A condensed version of this article was published in The Post on 18 July 2023. Click through to read the original.
By Kirsten Taylor and Catherine Jeffcoat
What you eat has always been a political act, whether you know it or not.
We worked closely with Toitū staff to write, edit and lay out both the 2020/21 and 2021/22 Impact Reports for Toitū Envirocare.
We provided communications support to help the Electricity Networks Association engage more with electricity consumers and stakeholders, including launching their Linkedin page, writing the regular newsletter, and the Energy Wallet campaign.
A series of interviews profiling energy generators and how energy certificates can help them.
A selection of writing, video and design work managed by Catherine for the Sustainable Business Council.
You wouldn’t use the riff from ‘Slice of Heaven’ to spruik your products without permission, so why is visual art any different? Catherine Jeffcoat looks at a recent initiative to let street artists know about their copyright protections and comes up with some useful tips for the communications profession. Published in The Spinoff.
Why we need to pay for a free press.
This is a time of milestones, so naturally I’m feeling a wee bit reflective. I turned 45 yesterday. This week is also the 20th anniversary of beginning my first full-time professional job, as a baby researcher fresh out of library school, at Ernst & Young in Auckland. I’ve spent the last two weeks contemplating aContinue reading “Today is the first day of the rest of my life”