Food Connections

    Food Connections


    Bristol Food Connections is a unique, citywide food festival that celebrates Bristol’s diverse food culture and community. Visitors of all ages will be taken on a journey through the city to discover and enjoy new foods, eateries, discussions and opportunities. It’s time to change the way we eat.

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Through partnerships with the BBC and Bristol City Council and major sponsorship from Great Western Railway, Riverford Organics and Casus, Food Connections delivers more than just the opportunity to watch others cook, but instead offers up experiences, inspiration and learning that will change the way we think about food. Doc & Tee have helped develop the Food Connections brand over the last two years and created a dizzying array of assets from websites, flyers and posters, through to large scale advertising hoardings and in-train digital displays. This year more than 130 events took place over 9-days, reaching more than 115,000 people.
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Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival

    Bristol Jazz and Blues Festival


    Bristol plays host to some of the world’s most exciting and innovative jazz musicians for one explosive weekend in March every year. The Bristol International Jazz & Blues Festival saw over 10,000 people descend on Colston Hall in March 2015 for an unforgettable weekend of jazz, blues and swing.
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As one of the city’s musical highlights, Bristol International Jazz and Blues Festival draws artists from across the globe and audiences from all over the UK. The festival features a programme of free and ticketed concerts, music master classes, talks, workshops and film screenings. Their programme is designed to appeal to music lovers of all ages and tastes, and over the past three years we have worked closely with the festival to develop their unique and contemporary brand and help successfully grow and diversify their audience considerably. Alongside, the logo design we also created their website, flyers, posters, banners.. you name it, we designed it!
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Shambala Festival

    Shambala Festival


    Shambala takes place across four days on the August Bank Holiday Weekend at a stunning secret location in the heart of the Northamptonshire countryside. Pioneering, intimate and truly innovative, Shambala Festival has perfectly blended creativity and participation for well over a decade. Shambala is a special place where you play, revitalise, make lots of new friends and return to the world fuelled-up on the beauty of being alive.
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Doc & Tee has worked closely with Shambala and helped develop their unique brand over the years. One of the main purposes of their new site was to create a new members-only area called ‘Shambaholics’. This generated thousands of new members and competition entries within its first two weeks of launch. The ‘What’s on’ section also uses the isotope layout library – an innovative way of filtering the programme so that visitors can dig down into the various acts and workshops that are happening by genre and activity.


We have worked with many Doc&Tee for the last 4 years and would struggle to find such a brilliant one stop solution for our web and design needs elsewhere. Damien and his team are always available for technical assistance, and the standard of creative output year on year is seriously impressive. A small creative agency with a big agency professionalism and high delivery standards.

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Catrin & Seckou

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    A stunning shared musical journey between two world class virtuosos – Welsh harpist Catrin Finch and West African kora player Seckou Keita.
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Catrin and Seckou were brought together by producers Theatr Mwldan and Astar Artes, who have collaborated on a number of successful productions over the years. Doc & Tee were involved from the beginning and were asked to design the artwork for their debut album ‘Clychau Dibon’, which included a 24 page booklet, and the accompanying website. The album went on to win the prestigious fRoots ‘Album Of The Year’ and was nominated for two BBC Radio 2 Folk Awards for Best Duo and Best Traditional Track.
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