July Round Up

New new kids on the block

This month we say a big “welcome to the team!” to Adam and Sam. Adam has recently graduated and will be joining our design team, while Sam will be working together with Diana in the account management team. 

Adam recently graduated with a first-class BA (Hons) from the University of Hertfordshire and has won two industry student awards (Creative Conscience Gold Award, YCN Student Award). His passion for brand identities and communications easily translates across his work in print, digital, animation and 3D modelling and motion. Mixing his love for design and his passion for Star Wars, one could say he’s quite the Adobe Wan Kenobi.

Sam has joined tothepoint after 5 years in Brand Management. He has an MSc in International Marketing and brings a wealth of experience from client side, working for KP Snacks across several of their core brands and then as Brand Manager at For Goodness Shakes. Having worked with a whole host of agencies, Sam was keen to jump the fence and dive deeper into the agency side of marketing. Also a keen musician, he spends a lot of his free time writing & producing music for his self-labelled duo “fika” and loves a good sporting challenge!

BetterBankside Summer Party

Another year, another amazing summer party held by our friends at BetterBankside. This time we mingled with our SE1 neighbours and enjoyed a delicious rooftop barbecue to the sound of a funky steel drum band and stunning views across the city.


Enjoying the views at the BetterBankside Summer Party 🍾

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Prudential RideLondon

After only 3 training rides since May 17th our MD Simon finally undertook the Pru RideLondon100 on the 29th July with a broken collar bone!

He writes “The weather wasn’t kind to us but after a few problems getting to the start, our team of four if not now when’ were ready for the challenge! It was an inspirational event, despite the challenging conditions  – I’ve never seen so many people get punctures! My buddy Carl Ison managed to capture some of the day – I don’t know where he got the time or energy for this, let alone his motivational chants along the way. His loud shout-outs, from the ‘has anyone got some mudguards for sale’ to the frequent ‘ogi ogi ogi’, kept us all going, including the other riders around us. It even lifted the cheers from the die-hard supporters who turned out to cheer all the riders on. Their attendance was almost as impressive as riding in it! And we won’t forget Vic’s loud trumpet horn that always brings a smile and cheers from the kids. A tough day but we all did it!

Brighton next at a more leisurely pace – who’s up for that? And when do we sign up for next year Carl? Hopefully, better weather and no road closures! Thanks again to all who have supported us and our fundraising as a lasting legacy to my son Charlie – much appreciated by Team Hutton. This one was another real challenge Charlie!”

If you’d like to see how we’ve done or nudge us closer to £40,000, the giving page is here: 

Interactive art flows at the Crick

On 12th July we were invited to The Francis Crick Institute for the unveiling of a new interactive installation, ‘Flow State’ by digital artist Alex May.

The artwork was developed after close collaboration with the whole institute and creates an intriguing glimpse into what goes on at the Crick. As you walk closer to the installation it interacts with your movement and what starts as one image, displayed across the multitude of small screens, morphs to reveal more imagery across different screens, eventually becoming single images and videos on each screen when closest to them. 

The piece takes pride of place at the entrance that also opens up to the exhibition space that we branded and where we recently installed our designs for the windows that enclose it. The reverse of the sculpture in the lobby area continues to engage visitors with a stunning light installation based on a sequence of DNA, the structure of which was co-discovered by Francis Crick himself.

Our Crick brochures were also on display and being well received by visitors to the event. You can read more about the artwork on the Crick website here.

Office TTP

The TTP makeover is still happening! This month our talented designers created some in-house posters, which will add even more colour to our newly refurbished office