Updated: Feb 22
Creative agency Tallulah have been invited to join the Christian Aid creative roster ahead of Christian Aid week.
Tallulah was launched in 2017 by Adrian Whatman, former Creative Director of Design at RAPP. A new breed of creative agency, Tallulah offer a ‘flex-up and flex-down‘ model, giving their clients the exact resources they need at the exact time. Providing an agile approach and client-agency unity, Tallulah have removed the complexity and fuss of creating great work. Their simple and efficient processes mean they work quickly, flexibly and intuitively, resulting in creative that responds to clients’ needs, while also saving costs. They call it zero waste, sustainable creative.
Tallulah has a range of clients across varying sectors, including L’Oréal, SUD, Mirada and Campari. Their work has garnered global recognition and won many accolades from The Drum Roses Awards to American Graphic Design Awards.
Adrian Whatman, Chief Creative Officer and Founder at Tallulah says: “We are really excited to be working with Christian Aid and we know the value we can bring, not just creatively but in the unique way we work.”
Kimberley Ferguson, Christian Aid Head of Brand Marketing says: “We are really excited to be working with Tallulah. Because they have teams in London and LA, it means that they can support us with requests that have a very quick turn-around”.